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Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life

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Going Digital : Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. / Ellsworth-Krebs, Katherine; Timan, Tjerk.

Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. ed. / Nicola Spurling; Lenneke Kuijer. Lancaster University, 2016. p. 41-52.

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Harvard

Ellsworth-Krebs, K & Timan, T 2016, Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. in N Spurling & L Kuijer (eds), Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. Lancaster University, pp. 41-52. <http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/files/2016/08/timan_krebs.pdf>

APA

Ellsworth-Krebs, K., & Timan, T. (2016). Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. In N. Spurling, & L. Kuijer (Eds.), Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life (pp. 41-52). Lancaster University. http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/files/2016/08/timan_krebs.pdf

Vancouver

Ellsworth-Krebs K, Timan T. Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. In Spurling N, Kuijer L, editors, Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. Lancaster University. 2016. p. 41-52

Author

Ellsworth-Krebs, Katherine ; Timan, Tjerk. / Going Digital : Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life. editor / Nicola Spurling ; Lenneke Kuijer. Lancaster University, 2016. pp. 41-52

Bibtex

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