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Protesting iconic megaprojects : a discourse network analysis of the evolution of the conflict over Stuttgart 21

Protesting iconic megaprojects : a discourse network analysis of the evolution of the conflict over Stuttgart 21

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NAGEL, Melanie, Keiichi SATOH, 2018. Protesting iconic megaprojects : a discourse network analysis of the evolution of the conflict over Stuttgart 21. In: Urban Studies. ISSN 0042-0980. eISSN 1360-063X. Available under: doi: 10.1177/0042098018775903

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