Protest and digital adaptation

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STRAUCH, Rebecca, Nils B. WEIDMANN, 2022. Protest and digital adaptation. In: Research & Politics. Sage Publications. 9(2). ISSN 2053-1680. eISSN 2053-1680. Available under: doi: 10.1177/20531680221100440

@article{Strauch2022Prote-57667, title={Protest and digital adaptation}, year={2022}, doi={10.1177/20531680221100440}, number={2}, volume={9}, issn={2053-1680}, journal={Research & Politics}, author={Strauch, Rebecca and Weidmann, Nils B.} }

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