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TitleFragmented restrictions, fractured resonances: grassroots responses to Covid-19 in China
Author (Name in English or Pinyin)
Song, Y.1; Liu, T.2; Wang, X.3; Guan, T.4
Date Issued2020-10-01
Source PublicationCritical Asian Studies
Education discipline社科类
Published range国外学术期刊
Volume Issue Pages2020, VOL. 52, NO. 4, 494–511
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionSchool of Management and Economics
School of Humanities and Social Science
Corresponding AuthorLiu, T.
1.Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), Shenzhen, China
2.School of Politics and Public Administration, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
3.School of Public Affairs and Law, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China
4.School of Journalism and Communication, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
First Author AffilicationThe Chinese University of HongKong,Shenzhen
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Song, Y.,Liu, T.,Wang, al. Fragmented restrictions, fractured resonances: grassroots responses to Covid-19 in China[J]. Critical Asian Studies,2020.
APA Song, Y., Liu, T., Wang, X., & Guan, T. (2020). Fragmented restrictions, fractured resonances: grassroots responses to Covid-19 in China. Critical Asian Studies.
MLA Song, Y.,et al."Fragmented restrictions, fractured resonances: grassroots responses to Covid-19 in China".Critical Asian Studies (2020).
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