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Displaced people for sale? A literature review of a multi-methodological research project on international refugee organizations' public communication strategies towards the Syrian and Central African displacement crises (2011-2018).

David Ongenaert (UGent) and Stijn Joye (UGent)
(2018)
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Distant suffering, Public communication, Refugee organizations, Strategic communication, Non-profit communication, Agendasetting

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Chicago
Ongenaert, David, and Stijn Joye. 2018. “Displaced People for Sale? A Literature Review of a Multi-methodological Research Project on International Refugee Organizations’ Public Communication Strategies Towards the Syrian and Central African Displacement Crises (2011-2018).” In Cardiff.
APA
Ongenaert, D., & Joye, S. (2018). Displaced people for sale? A literature review of a multi-methodological research project on international refugee organizations’ public communication strategies towards the Syrian and Central African displacement crises (2011-2018). Presented at the The “Storytelling for Refuge, Storytelling As Refuge” Symposium, Cardiff.
Vancouver
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Ongenaert D, Joye S. Displaced people for sale? A literature review of a multi-methodological research project on international refugee organizations’ public communication strategies towards the Syrian and Central African displacement crises (2011-2018). Cardiff; 2018.
MLA
Ongenaert, David, and Stijn Joye. “Displaced People for Sale? A Literature Review of a Multi-methodological Research Project on International Refugee Organizations’ Public Communication Strategies Towards the Syrian and Central African Displacement Crises (2011-2018).” Cardiff, 2018. Print.
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  year         = {2018},
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