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Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research

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Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research. / Markham, Annette.

Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection. ed. / Uwe Flick. UK : SAGE Publications, 2018. p. 511-523.

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Markham A. 2018. Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research. Flick U, editor. In Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection. UK: SAGE Publications. pp. 511-523.

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Markham, Annette "Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research". Flick, Uwe (ed.). Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection. Chapter 33, UK: SAGE Publications. 2018, 511-523.

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Markham A. Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research. In Flick U, editor, Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection. UK: SAGE Publications. 2018. p. 511-523

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Markham, Annette. / Troubling the concept of data in qualitative digital research. Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection. editor / Uwe Flick. UK : SAGE Publications, 2018. pp. 511-523

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