Audio Media in the Service of the Totalitarian State?


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ZAKHARINE, Dmitri, 2010. Audio Media in the Service of the Totalitarian State?. In: POSTOUTENKO, Kirill, ed.. Totalitarian Communication : hierarchies, codes and messages. Bielefeld:Transcript, pp. 157-177. ISBN 978-3-8376-1393-3

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