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Cine-Ethics: Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship

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Cine-Ethics : Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship. / Choi, Jinhee; Frey, Mattias (Editor).

New York and London : Routlege, 2014. 266 p. (Routledge advances in film studies; Vol. 29).

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Harvard

Choi, J & Frey, M (ed.) 2014, Cine-Ethics: Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship. Routledge advances in film studies, vol. 29, vol. 29, Routlege, New York and London.

APA

Choi, J., & Frey, M. (Ed.) (2014). Cine-Ethics: Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship. (Routledge advances in film studies; Vol. 29). New York and London: Routlege.

Vancouver

Choi J, Frey M, (ed.). Cine-Ethics: Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship. New York and London: Routlege, 2014. 266 p. (Routledge advances in film studies).

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Choi, Jinhee ; Frey, Mattias (Editor). / Cine-Ethics : Ethical Dimensions in Film Theory, Practice and Spectatorship. New York and London : Routlege, 2014. 266 p. (Routledge advances in film studies).

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