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Title:
Epilogue: Towards an Experience Ecology of Relational Emotions
Author:
Richard Ek: Department of Service Management, Lund University, Sweden
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.10224423
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Year:
2010
Volume:
2
Theme:
Theme: Culture, Work and Emotion
Pages:
423-430
No. of pages:
8
Publication type:
Article
Published:
2010-09-16


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Volume 2, Theme: Theme: Culture, Work and Emotion, Article 24, 2010

Author:
Richard Ek
Title:
Epilogue: Towards an Experience Ecology of Relational Emotions
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.10224423
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  • Volume 2, Theme:: Theme: Culture, Work and Emotion, Article 24, 2010

    Author:
    Richard Ek
    Title:
    Epilogue: Towards an Experience Ecology of Relational Emotions
    DOI:
    10.3384/cu.2000.1525.10224423
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