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Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act

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Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. / Cox, Geoff.

Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. ed. / Wolfgang Sützl; Theo Hug. Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck Press, 2012. p. 105.

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Harvard

Cox, G 2012, Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. in W Sützl & T Hug (eds), Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. University of Innsbruck Press, Innsbruck, pp. 105.

APA

Cox, G. (2012). Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. In W. Sützl, & T. Hug (Eds.), Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower (pp. 105). Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press.

CBE

Cox G. 2012. Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. Sützl W, Hug T, editors. In Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press. pp. 105.

MLA

Cox, Geoff "Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act". and Sützl, Wolfgang Hug, Theo (editors). Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. Chapter 118, Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press. 2012, 105.

Vancouver

Cox G. Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. In Sützl W, Hug T, editors, Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press. 2012. p. 105

Author

Cox, Geoff. / Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower. editor / Wolfgang Sützl ; Theo Hug. Innsbruck : University of Innsbruck Press, 2012. pp. 105

Bibtex

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