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Multimodal Argumentation and Rhetoric in Media Genres
Edited by Assimakis Tseronis and Charles Forceville
[Argumentation in Context 14] 2017
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List of films

King, A.
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Riggs, M.
(Director) (1994) Black is, Black ain’t.Google Scholar
Wiseman, F.
(Director) (1967) Titicut Follies.Google Scholar
(Director) (1968) High School.Google Scholar
(Director) (1969) Hospital.Google Scholar
(Director) (1973) Juvenile Court.Google Scholar
(Director) (1974) Primate.Google Scholar
(Director) (1993) Zoo.Google Scholar
Wright, B.
(Director) (1937) Children at School.Google Scholar
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