SELF-MEDIA: The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies

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SELF-MEDIA : The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies. / Fausing, Bent.

2014, Artikel.

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Fausing, B 2014, SELF-MEDIA: The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies..

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Fausing, B. (2014, aug 20). SELF-MEDIA: The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies.

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Fausing B. SELF-MEDIA: The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies. 2014.

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Fausing, Bent. / SELF-MEDIA : The Self, the Face, the Media and the Selfies. 2014.

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