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Propaganda: The Pleasures of Persuasion in Captain America. / Murray, Christopher.

Critical Approaches to Comics : Theories and Methods. ed. / Mathew J. Smith; Randy Duncan. Routledge, 2011.

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Harvard

Murray, C 2011, Propaganda: The Pleasures of Persuasion in Captain America. in MJ Smith & R Duncan (eds), Critical Approaches to Comics : Theories and Methods. Routledge.

APA

Murray, C. (2011). Propaganda: The Pleasures of Persuasion in Captain America. In M. J. Smith, & R. Duncan (Eds.), Critical Approaches to Comics : Theories and Methods. Routledge.

Vancouver

Murray C. Propaganda: The Pleasures of Persuasion in Captain America. In Smith MJ, Duncan R, editors, Critical Approaches to Comics : Theories and Methods. Routledge. 2011.

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Murray, Christopher / Propaganda: The Pleasures of Persuasion in Captain America.

Critical Approaches to Comics : Theories and Methods. ed. / Mathew J. Smith; Randy Duncan. Routledge, 2011.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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