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Introducing fiction in Central and Eastern European film theory and practice

(2019) APPARATUS. 8.
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Hans Vaihinger, Käte Hamburger, Thomas Pavel, Lubomír Doležel, Wolfgang Iser, Gertrud Koch, Kendall L. Walton, theory of fiction, double communication situation, transmedia, Soviet film theory, German film theory

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Bareis, J. Alexander, and Mario Slugan. “Introducing Fiction in Central and Eastern European Film Theory and Practice.” APPARATUS, vol. 8, 2019.
APA
Bareis, J. A., & Slugan, M. (2019). Introducing fiction in Central and Eastern European film theory and practice. APPARATUS, 8.
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Bareis, J. Alexander, and Mario Slugan. 2019. “Introducing Fiction in Central and Eastern European Film Theory and Practice.” APPARATUS 8.
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Bareis, J. Alexander, and Mario Slugan. 2019. “Introducing Fiction in Central and Eastern European Film Theory and Practice.” APPARATUS 8.
Vancouver
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Bareis JA, Slugan M. Introducing fiction in Central and Eastern European film theory and practice. APPARATUS. 2019;8.
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J. A. Bareis and M. Slugan, “Introducing fiction in Central and Eastern European film theory and practice,” APPARATUS, vol. 8, 2019.
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  author       = {Bareis, J. Alexander and Slugan, Mario},
  issn         = {2365-7758},
  journal      = {APPARATUS},
  keywords     = {Hans Vaihinger,Käte Hamburger,Thomas Pavel,Lubomír Doležel,Wolfgang Iser,Gertrud Koch,Kendall L. Walton,theory of fiction,double communication situation,transmedia,Soviet film theory,German film theory},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Introducing fiction in Central and Eastern European film theory and practice},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.17892/APP.2019.0008.169},
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