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Deleuze and research methodologies. / Coleman, Rebecca (Editor); Ringrose, Jessica (Editor).

Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2013. 280 p. (Deleuze Connections).

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Harvard

Coleman, R & Ringrose, J (eds) 2013, Deleuze and research methodologies. Deleuze Connections, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

APA

Coleman, R., & Ringrose, J. (Eds.) (2013). Deleuze and research methodologies. (Deleuze Connections). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Vancouver

Coleman R, (ed.), Ringrose J, (ed.). Deleuze and research methodologies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013. 280 p. (Deleuze Connections).

Author

Coleman, Rebecca (Editor) ; Ringrose, Jessica (Editor). / Deleuze and research methodologies. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2013. 280 p. (Deleuze Connections).

Bibtex

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