Shared Collective Emotions? : The Funeral of Robert Enke as a Public Event

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MEISE, Nils, 2014. Shared Collective Emotions? : The Funeral of Robert Enke as a Public Event. In: MCALLUM, Carol, ed., Madeline GORMAN, ed.. Mapping the Perimeter of Death and Dying. Oxford:Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 157-167. ISBN 978-1-84888-242-3

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