“Still Alive, Nigga” : Multi-Semiotic Constructions of Self as Other in Finnish Rap Music Videos
Westinen, E. (2017). “Still Alive, Nigga” : Multi-Semiotic Constructions of Self as Other in Finnish Rap Music Videos. In S. Leppänen, E. Westinen, & S. Kytölä (Eds.), Social Media Discourse, (Dis)identifications and Diversities (pp. 335-360). Routledge. Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics.
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