Semiotic and asemiotic practices in boxing

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MEYER, Christian, Ulrich VON WEDELSTAEDT, 2022. Semiotic and asemiotic practices in boxing. In: Semiotica. Mouton de Gruyter. ISSN 0037-1998. eISSN 1613-3692. Available under: doi: 10.1515/sem-2022-0075

@article{Meyer2022-08-22Semio-58423, title={Semiotic and asemiotic practices in boxing}, year={2022}, doi={10.1515/sem-2022-0075}, issn={0037-1998}, journal={Semiotica}, author={Meyer, Christian and von Wedelstaedt, Ulrich} }

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