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Being at war: Cognitive Approaches to Observational War Documentaries

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Bondebjerg, I 2017, Being at war: Cognitive Approaches to Observational War Documentaries..

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Bondebjerg, I. (2017, Sep 30). Being at war: Cognitive Approaches to Observational War Documentaries.

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Bondebjerg I. Being at war: Cognitive Approaches to Observational War Documentaries. 2017.

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