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Ambivalence: Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale

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Ambivalence : Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale. / Coin, Francesca; Marrone, Marco.

In: Economia e Societa Regionale, Vol. 17, No. 1, 2018, p. 24-35.

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Coin, F & Marrone, M 2018, 'Ambivalence: Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale', Economia e Societa Regionale, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 24-35.

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Coin, F., & Marrone, M. (2018). Ambivalence: Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale. Economia e Societa Regionale, 17(1), 24-35.

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Coin F, Marrone M. Ambivalence: Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale. Economia e Societa Regionale. 2018;17(1):24-35.

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Coin, Francesca ; Marrone, Marco. / Ambivalence : Luci e ombre del lavoro digitale. In: Economia e Societa Regionale. 2018 ; Vol. 17, No. 1. pp. 24-35.

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