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Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy. / Terzis, Georgios (Editor); Kloza, Dariusz (Editor); Kużelewska, Elżbieta (Editor); Trottier, Daniel (Editor); Konstantinou, Ioulia (Editor).

Cambridge - Antwerp – Chicago : Intersentia, 2020. 414 p. (European Integration and Democracy Series; Vol. 6).

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Harvard

Terzis, G, Kloza, D, Kużelewska, E, Trottier, D & Konstantinou, I (eds) 2020, Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy. European Integration and Democracy Series, vol. 6, vol. 6, Intersentia, Cambridge - Antwerp – Chicago.

APA

Terzis, G., Kloza, D., Kużelewska, E., Trottier, D., & Konstantinou, I. (Eds.) (Accepted/In press). Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy. (European Integration and Democracy Series; Vol. 6). Cambridge - Antwerp – Chicago: Intersentia.

Vancouver

Terzis G, (ed.), Kloza D, (ed.), Kużelewska E, (ed.), Trottier D, (ed.), Konstantinou I, (ed.). Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy. Cambridge - Antwerp – Chicago: Intersentia, 2020. 414 p. (European Integration and Democracy Series).

Author

Terzis, Georgios (Editor) ; Kloza, Dariusz (Editor) ; Kużelewska, Elżbieta (Editor) ; Trottier, Daniel (Editor) ; Konstantinou, Ioulia (Editor). / Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy. Cambridge - Antwerp – Chicago : Intersentia, 2020. 414 p. (European Integration and Democracy Series).

BibTeX

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