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Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector

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Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector. / Jacobs, Naomi; Brewer, Steve; Craigon, Peter; Frey, Jeremy; Gutierrez, Anabel; Kanza, Samantha; Manning, Louise; Munday, Samuel; Pearson, Simon ; Sacks, Justin.

In: Patterns, Vol. 2, No. 11, 100335, 12.11.2021.

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Jacobs, N, Brewer, S, Craigon, P, Frey, J, Gutierrez, A, Kanza, S, Manning, L, Munday, S, Pearson, S & Sacks, J 2021, 'Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector', Patterns, vol. 2, no. 11, 100335. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.patter.2021.100335

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Jacobs, N., Brewer, S., Craigon, P., Frey, J., Gutierrez, A., Kanza, S., Manning, L., Munday, S., Pearson, S., & Sacks, J. (2021). Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector. Patterns, 2(11), [100335]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.patter.2021.100335

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Jacobs N, Brewer S, Craigon P, Frey J, Gutierrez A, Kanza S et al. Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector. Patterns. 2021 Nov 12;2(11). 100335. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.patter.2021.100335

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Jacobs, Naomi ; Brewer, Steve ; Craigon, Peter ; Frey, Jeremy ; Gutierrez, Anabel ; Kanza, Samantha ; Manning, Louise ; Munday, Samuel ; Pearson, Simon ; Sacks, Justin. / Considering the ethical implications of digital collaboration in the Food Sector. In: Patterns. 2021 ; Vol. 2, No. 11.

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