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Critical discourse studies and social media data. / Unger, Johann; Wodak, Ruth; KhosraviNik, Majid.

Qualitative research. ed. / David Silverman. 4th. ed. Sage, 2016.

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Unger, J, Wodak, R & KhosraviNik, M 2016, Critical discourse studies and social media data. in D Silverman (ed.), Qualitative research. 4th edn, Sage.

APA

Unger, J., Wodak, R., & KhosraviNik, M. (2016). Critical discourse studies and social media data. In D. Silverman (Ed.), Qualitative research (4th ed.). Sage.

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Unger J, Wodak R, KhosraviNik M. Critical discourse studies and social media data. In Silverman D, editor, Qualitative research. 4th ed. Sage. 2016

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Unger, Johann ; Wodak, Ruth ; KhosraviNik, Majid. / Critical discourse studies and social media data. Qualitative research. editor / David Silverman. 4th. ed. Sage, 2016.

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