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Digital videos and images

Slogan graffiti, http://​goo​.gl​/GFWKn3 - social media (YouTube) [accessed 24/3/2015].
Supermarket ‘expropriation’, http://​goo​.gl​/JHNS3V - store security camera / uploaded online by Proto Thema (Greek Tabloid) [accessed 24/3/2015].
Slogan graffiti, http://​goo​.gl​/2xQ701 - mass media (Euronews) [accessed 24/3/2015]
Supermarket ‘expropriation’, http://​goo​.gl​/QyDGCp -activist media (Athens Indymedia) [accessed 24/3/2015]