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“If It Had Been a Muslim”: The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public

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“If It Had Been a Muslim” : The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public. / Nielsen, Asta Smedegaard.

2014. Abstract fra 17th Nordic Migration Conference, Nordic Migration Research and SFI, Danmark.

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Nielsen, AS 2014, '“If It Had Been a Muslim”: The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public', 17th Nordic Migration Conference, Nordic Migration Research and SFI, Danmark, 13/08/2014 - 15/08/2014.

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Nielsen, A. S. (2014). “If It Had Been a Muslim”: The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public. Abstract fra 17th Nordic Migration Conference, Nordic Migration Research and SFI, Danmark.

Vancouver

Nielsen AS. “If It Had Been a Muslim”: The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public. 2014. Abstract fra 17th Nordic Migration Conference, Nordic Migration Research and SFI, Danmark.

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Nielsen, Asta Smedegaard. / “If It Had Been a Muslim” : The work of affect in Danish journalists’ reflections about terror, news, and the public. Abstract fra 17th Nordic Migration Conference, Nordic Migration Research and SFI, Danmark.1 s.

Bibtex

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