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Boyden, Michael. 2011. “The Semantics of Self-denial: The New American Studies Through the Lens of Luhmann’s Social Systems Theory.” In Addressing Modernity : Social Systems Theory and U.S. Cultures, ed. Hannes Bergthaller and Carsten Schinko, 45:131–150. Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, US: Rodopi.
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Boyden, M. (2011). The semantics of self-denial: the new American studies through the lens of Luhmann’s social systems theory. In H. Bergthaller & C. Schinko (Eds.), Addressing modernity : social systems theory and U.S. cultures (Vol. 45, pp. 131–150). Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, US: Rodopi.
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Boyden M. The semantics of self-denial: the new American studies through the lens of Luhmann’s social systems theory. In: Bergthaller H, Schinko C, editors. Addressing modernity : social systems theory and U.S. cultures. Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, US: Rodopi; 2011. p. 131–50.
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Boyden, Michael. “The Semantics of Self-denial: The New American Studies Through the Lens of Luhmann’s Social Systems Theory.” Addressing Modernity : Social Systems Theory and U.S. Cultures. Ed. Hannes Bergthaller & Carsten Schinko. Vol. 45. Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, US: Rodopi, 2011. 131–150. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Addressing modernity : social systems theory and U.S. cultures},
  editor       = {Bergthaller, Hannes and Schinko, Carsten},
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  issn         = {0923-0483},
  language     = {eng},
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  publisher    = {Rodopi},
  series       = {Postmodern Studies},
  title        = {The semantics of self-denial: the new American studies through the lens of Luhmann's social systems theory},
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  year         = {2011},
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