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Lewis Mumford. / May, Christopher.

Key Thinkers for the Information Society. Taylor and Francis, 2003. p. 109-134.

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May, C 2003, Lewis Mumford. in Key Thinkers for the Information Society. Taylor and Francis, pp. 109-134.

APA

May, C. (2003). Lewis Mumford. In Key Thinkers for the Information Society (pp. 109-134). Taylor and Francis.

Vancouver

May C. Lewis Mumford. In Key Thinkers for the Information Society. Taylor and Francis. 2003. p. 109-134

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May, Christopher. / Lewis Mumford. Key Thinkers for the Information Society. Taylor and Francis, 2003. pp. 109-134

Bibtex

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