The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction

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The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context : a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. / Maier, Carmen Daniela; Engberg, Jan.

Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. ed. / María-José Luzón; Carmen Pérez-Llantada. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. p. 131-151.

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Harvard

Maier, CD & Engberg, J 2019, The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. in M-J Luzón & C Pérez-Llantada (eds), Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 131-151.

APA

Maier, C. D., & Engberg, J. (2019). The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. In M-J. Luzón, & C. Pérez-Llantada (Eds.), Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres (pp. 131-151). John Benjamins Publishing Company.

CBE

Maier CD, Engberg J. 2019. The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. Luzón M-J, Pérez-Llantada C, editors. In Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. John Benjamins Publishing Company. pp. 131-151.

MLA

Maier, Carmen Daniela and Jan Engberg "The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction". and Luzón, María-José Pérez-Llantada, Carmen (editors). Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 2019, 131-151.

Vancouver

Maier CD, Engberg J. The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context: a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. In Luzón M-J, Pérez-Llantada C, editors, Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 2019. p. 131-151

Author

Maier, Carmen Daniela ; Engberg, Jan. / The multimodal bridge between academics and practitioners in the Harvard Business Review’s digital context : a multi-levelled qualitative analysis of knowledge construction. Genres and science in the digital age: connecting traditional and new genres. editor / María-José Luzón ; Carmen Pérez-Llantada. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. pp. 131-151

Bibtex

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