Tweeting the Oslo massacre: collateral damage

Aouragh, M. and Sakr, L. 2011. Tweeting the Oslo massacre: collateral damage. Jadaliyya.

TitleTweeting the Oslo massacre: collateral damage
AuthorsAouragh, M. and Sakr, L.
JournalJadaliyya
YearAug 2011
PublisherArab Studies Institute
Publication dates
PublishedAug 2011

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