The Synthetic Situation : Interactionism for a Global World

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KNORR-CETINA, Karin D., 2009. The Synthetic Situation : Interactionism for a Global World. In: Symbolic Interaction. 32(1), pp. 61-87. ISSN 0195-6086. eISSN 1533-8665

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