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Content repositories and social networking : can there be synergies? / Dolby, Paul; Fish, Adrian.

2008. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester Conference Centre, University of Manchester, UK, .

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Dolby, P & Fish, A 2008, 'Content repositories and social networking : can there be synergies?', Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester Conference Centre, University of Manchester, UK, 18/06/08 - 20/06/08.

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Dolby, P., & Fish, A. (2008). Content repositories and social networking : can there be synergies?. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester Conference Centre, University of Manchester, UK, .

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Dolby P, Fish A. Content repositories and social networking : can there be synergies?. 2008. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester Conference Centre, University of Manchester, UK, .

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Dolby, Paul ; Fish, Adrian. / Content repositories and social networking : can there be synergies?. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester Conference Centre, University of Manchester, UK, .10 p.

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