Sisters Hope - the exposed self

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Sisters Hope - the exposed self. / Lawaetz, Anna; Hallberg, Gry Worre.

2011. Abstract fra Collective Futures, London, Storbritannien.

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Harvard

Lawaetz, A & Hallberg, GW 2011, 'Sisters Hope - the exposed self' Collective Futures, London, Storbritannien, 03/03/2011 - 05/03/2011, .

APA

Lawaetz, A., & Hallberg, G. W. (2011). Sisters Hope - the exposed self. Abstract fra Collective Futures, London, Storbritannien.

Vancouver

Lawaetz A, Hallberg GW. Sisters Hope - the exposed self. 2011. Abstract fra Collective Futures, London, Storbritannien.

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Lawaetz, Anna ; Hallberg, Gry Worre. / Sisters Hope - the exposed self. Abstract fra Collective Futures, London, Storbritannien.3 s.

Bibtex

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