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"Quelle Différence?" Language, culture and nationality as influences on francophone journalists’ identity

Bibliographic reference Bonin, G. ; Dingerkus, F. ; Dubied, A. ; Mertens, S. ; Rollwagen, H. ; et. al. "Quelle Différence?" Language, culture and nationality as influences on francophone journalists’ identity. In: Journalism Studies, Vol. 18, no.5, p. 536-554 (March 2017)
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