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World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions

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World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions. / Waltorp, Karen.

2016. 1 Abstract from EASA 2016, Milano, Italy.

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Waltorp K. 2016. World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions. Abstract from EASA 2016, Milano, Italy.

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Waltorp, Karen World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions. EASA 2016, 20 Jul 2016, Milano, Italy, Conference abstract for conference, 2016. 205 p.

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Waltorp K. World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions. 2016. Abstract from EASA 2016, Milano, Italy.

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Waltorp, Karen. / World-making with smartphones, unsettling ethics, and utopian directions. Abstract from EASA 2016, Milano, Italy.205 p.

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