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Speaking for the Soviet land : Voice and mediated communities in the age of early broadcast

Speaking for the Soviet land : Voice and mediated communities in the age of early broadcast

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ZAKHARINE, Dmitri, 2016. Speaking for the Soviet land : Voice and mediated communities in the age of early broadcast. In: Russian Journal of Communication. 8(2), pp. 168-182. ISSN 1940-9419. eISSN 1940-9427

@article{Zakharine2016Speak-34895, title={Speaking for the Soviet land : Voice and mediated communities in the age of early broadcast}, year={2016}, doi={10.1080/19409419.2016.1188610}, number={2}, volume={8}, issn={1940-9419}, journal={Russian Journal of Communication}, pages={168--182}, author={Zakharine, Dmitri} }

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