Social Network Sites and Political Governance in Russia
Lonkila, M. (2017). Social Network Sites and Political Governance in Russia. In V. Gel'man (Ed.), Authoritarian Modernization in Russia : Ideas, institutions, and policies (pp. 113-127). Routledge. Studies in Contemporary Russia.
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