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Care

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Care. / Latimer, Joanna Elizabeth.

Connectedness: An Incomplete Encyclopaedia of the Anthropocene. ed. / Marianne Krogh. Blackwell Publishers, 2020. p. 94-98.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Latimer, JE 2020, Care. in M Krogh (ed.), Connectedness: An Incomplete Encyclopaedia of the Anthropocene. Blackwell Publishers, pp. 94-98.

APA

Latimer, J. E. (2020). Care. In M. Krogh (Ed.), Connectedness: An Incomplete Encyclopaedia of the Anthropocene (pp. 94-98). Blackwell Publishers.

Vancouver

Latimer JE. Care. In Krogh M, editor, Connectedness: An Incomplete Encyclopaedia of the Anthropocene. Blackwell Publishers. 2020. p. 94-98

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Latimer, Joanna Elizabeth. / Care. Connectedness: An Incomplete Encyclopaedia of the Anthropocene. editor / Marianne Krogh. Blackwell Publishers, 2020. pp. 94-98

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