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Title:
Introduction: Rupture and Exile: Permanent Liminality in Spaces for Movement and Abandonment
Author:
Harmony Siganporia: Institute of Strategic Marketing and Communication, MICA, India Frank G. Karioris: Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.168120
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Year:
2016
Volume:
8
Issue:
1
Pages:
20-25
No. of pages:
6
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Published:
2016-04-27


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Volume 8, Issue: 1, Article 3, 2016

Author:
Harmony Siganporia, Frank G. Karioris
Title:
Introduction: Rupture and Exile: Permanent Liminality in Spaces for Movement and Abandonment:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.168120
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Volume 8, Issue: 1, Article 3, 2016

Author:
Harmony Siganporia, Frank G. Karioris
Title:
Introduction: Rupture and Exile: Permanent Liminality in Spaces for Movement and Abandonment:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.168120
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