A Revolt of the Masses: Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games

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A Revolt of the Masses : Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games. / Andersen, Katrine Helene.

The Cultures of Popular Culture. red. / Dominique Jeannerod; Federico Pagello; Michael Pierse. Dublin Institute of Technology, 2017. 9 (CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language; Nr. 1, Bind 2).

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Andersen, KH 2017, A Revolt of the Masses: Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games. i D Jeannerod, F Pagello & M Pierse (red), The Cultures of Popular Culture., 9, Dublin Institute of Technology, CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language, nr. 1, bind 2, The Cultures of Popular Culture Conference / Royal Irish Academy’s Committee for Modern Languages, Literary and Cultural Studies, Belfast , 13/12/2013.

APA

Andersen, K. H. (2017). A Revolt of the Masses: Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games. I D. Jeannerod, F. Pagello, & M. Pierse (red.), The Cultures of Popular Culture [9] Dublin Institute of Technology. CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language, Nr. 1, Bind. 2

Vancouver

Andersen KH. A Revolt of the Masses: Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games. I Jeannerod D, Pagello F, Pierse M, red., The Cultures of Popular Culture. Dublin Institute of Technology. 2017. 9. (CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language; Nr. 1, Bind 2).

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Andersen, Katrine Helene. / A Revolt of the Masses : Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games. The Cultures of Popular Culture. red. / Dominique Jeannerod ; Federico Pagello ; Michael Pierse. Dublin Institute of Technology, 2017. (CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language; Nr. 1, Bind 2).

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