Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark

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Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark. / Andrade, Stefan Bastholm; Karlson, Kristian Bernt; Baek, Esben.

In: Praktiske Grunde: Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab, No. 2, 2011, p. 43-62.

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Harvard

Andrade, SB, Karlson, KB & Baek, E 2011, 'Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark', Praktiske Grunde: Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab, no. 2, pp. 43-62.

APA

Andrade, S. B., Karlson, K. B., & Baek, E. (2011). Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark. Praktiske Grunde: Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab, (2), 43-62.

Vancouver

Andrade SB, Karlson KB, Baek E. Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark. Praktiske Grunde: Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab. 2011;(2):43-62.

Author

Andrade, Stefan Bastholm ; Karlson, Kristian Bernt ; Baek, Esben. / Kulturen i kassen: Sammenhængen mellem socialklasse og tv-forbrug i Danmark. In: Praktiske Grunde: Nordisk tidsskrift for kultur- og samfundsvidenskab. 2011 ; No. 2. pp. 43-62.

Bibtex

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