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Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance

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Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. / Southerton, Clare Victoria; Damkjaer, Maja Sonne; Albrechtslund, Anders.

Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. ed. / Birgit Eriksson; Carsten Stage; Bjarki Valtysson. Abingdon : Routledge, 2019. p. 110-128.

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Harvard

Southerton, CV, Damkjaer, MS & Albrechtslund, A 2019, Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. in B Eriksson, C Stage & B Valtysson (eds), Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 110-128.

APA

Southerton, C. V., Damkjaer, M. S., & Albrechtslund, A. (2019). Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. In B. Eriksson, C. Stage, & B. Valtysson (Eds.), Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions (pp. 110-128). Routledge.

CBE

Southerton CV, Damkjaer MS, Albrechtslund A. 2019. Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. Eriksson B, Stage C, Valtysson B, editors. In Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 110-128.

MLA

Southerton, Clare Victoria, Maja Sonne Damkjaer, and Anders Albrechtslund "Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance"., Eriksson, Birgit Stage, Carsten Valtysson, Bjarki (editors). Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. Abingdon: Routledge. 2019, 110-128.

Vancouver

Southerton CV, Damkjaer MS, Albrechtslund A. Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. In Eriksson B, Stage C, Valtysson B, editors, Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. Abingdon: Routledge. 2019. p. 110-128

Author

Southerton, Clare Victoria ; Damkjaer, Maja Sonne ; Albrechtslund, Anders. / Photo-sharing as Participatory Surveillance. Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and Cultural Institutions. editor / Birgit Eriksson ; Carsten Stage ; Bjarki Valtysson. Abingdon : Routledge, 2019. pp. 110-128

Bibtex

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