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Going in, out, through. A dialogue around long skirts, fried chips, frozen shacks and the makeshifts of ethnography

Bibliographic reference Michele, Lancione ; Rosa, Elisabetta cinzia. Going in, out, through. A dialogue around long skirts, fried chips, frozen shacks and the makeshifts of ethnography. In: City, Vol. 21, no. 12, p. 135-150 (2017)
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