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Information Design Journal
Vol. 16:1 (2008) ► pp. 4752
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Keyes, Os, Burren Peil, Rua M. Williams & Katta Spiel
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2020. Linking Scholarship and Practice: Narrative and Identity in Science. Frontiers in Communication 5 Crossref logo
Niederdeppe, Jeff, Michael A. Shapiro & Norman Porticella
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Nosrati, Fariba & Brian Detlor
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Polletta, Francesca, Monica Trigoso, Britni Adams & Amanda Ebner
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Sanders-Jackson, Ashley
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