Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction?

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Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction? / Petersen, Hanne.

Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question.. ed. / Bettina Lemann Kristiansen; Katerina Mitkidis; Louise Munkholm; Lauren Neumann; Cécile Pelaudeix. Routledge, 2019. p. 82-94.

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Harvard

Petersen, H 2019, Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction? in BL Kristiansen, K Mitkidis, L Munkholm, L Neumann & C Pelaudeix (eds), Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question.. Routledge, pp. 82-94.

APA

Petersen, H. (2019). Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction? In B. L. Kristiansen, K. Mitkidis, L. Munkholm, L. Neumann, & C. Pelaudeix (Eds.), Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question. (pp. 82-94). Routledge.

Vancouver

Petersen H. Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction? In Kristiansen BL, Mitkidis K, Munkholm L, Neumann L, Pelaudeix C, editors, Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question.. Routledge. 2019. p. 82-94

Author

Petersen, Hanne. / Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction?. Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question.. editor / Bettina Lemann Kristiansen ; Katerina Mitkidis ; Louise Munkholm ; Lauren Neumann ; Cécile Pelaudeix. Routledge, 2019. pp. 82-94

Bibtex

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