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1.   Malala Yousafzai: Speech at the United Nations Youth Assembly (12.72013) [https://​www​.theguardian​.com​/commentisfree​/2013​/jul​/12​/malala​-yousafzai​-united​-nations​-education​-speech​-text; last seen on January 8, 2020; my own text is based on the transcription of the British newspaper The Guardian, which has been modified and corrected according to the video (https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=QRh​_30C8l6Y; length of the video (within the ABC News Special Report): 19:35; length of Malala Yousafzai’s speech: 00:40 – 17:36, that is, 17 minutes; last seen on January 8, 2020)]
2.   Yousafzai, Malala and Lamb, Christina (2013): Ich bin Malala. München: Droemer (Engl. Original: M. Yousafzai and Chr. Lamb (2013): I am Malala. New York: Little, Brown and Company).Google Scholar
3.   Yousafzai, Malala and McCormick, Patricia (2014): I am Malala. Teen Edition Retold by Malala for Her Own Generation. London: Indigo.Google Scholar
4.   Yousafzai, Malala (2017): Malala’s Magic Pencil. London: Puffin Books, Penguin/Random House.Google Scholar

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