Popular culture consumption and identities in school

Dover, C. 2006. Popular culture consumption and identities in school. Child and Teen Consumption 2006: 2nd International Conference on Pluridisciplinary Perspectives on Child and Teen Consumption. Copenhagen, Denmark 27-28 Apr 2006

TitlePopular culture consumption and identities in school
AuthorsDover, C.
TypeConference paper
Year2006
ConferenceChild and Teen Consumption 2006: 2nd International Conference on Pluridisciplinary Perspectives on Child and Teen Consumption
Publication dates
Published2006
Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttp://www.cbs.dk/content/download/41885/617122/file/Paper_Caroline%20Dover.pdf

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