EU cultural policy and audience perspectives: How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context

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EU cultural policy and audience perspectives : How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context. / Verboord, Marc; Kristensen, Nete Nørgaard.

I: International Journal of Cultural Policy, 28.08.2020, s. 1-16.

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Verboord, M & Kristensen, NN 2020, 'EU cultural policy and audience perspectives: How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context', International Journal of Cultural Policy, s. 1-16. https://doi.org/DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2020.1811253

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Verboord, M., & Kristensen, N. N. (2020). EU cultural policy and audience perspectives: How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 1-16. https://doi.org/DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2020.1811253

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Verboord M, Kristensen NN. EU cultural policy and audience perspectives: How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context. International Journal of Cultural Policy. 2020 aug 28;1-16. https://doi.org/DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2020.1811253

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Verboord, Marc ; Kristensen, Nete Nørgaard. / EU cultural policy and audience perspectives : How cultural value orientations are related to media usage and country context. I: International Journal of Cultural Policy. 2020 ; s. 1-16.

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