An Internet-Based Electronic Forum as a Habermasian Form of Societal Discourse

M. Heng, A. de Moor

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    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationAmsterdam
    PublisherFree University Amsterdam
    Number of pages22
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    NameResearch Memorandum
    No.2000-14

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    Heng, M., & de Moor, A. (2000). An Internet-Based Electronic Forum as a Habermasian Form of Societal Discourse. (Research Memorandum; No. 2000-14). Amsterdam: Free University Amsterdam.
    Heng, M. ; de Moor, A. / An Internet-Based Electronic Forum as a Habermasian Form of Societal Discourse. Amsterdam : Free University Amsterdam, 2000. 22 p. (Research Memorandum; 2000-14).
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