Immersive journalism as storytelling
Sirkkunen, E., & Uskali, T. (2018). Immersive journalism as storytelling. In H. Väätäjä, M. Turunen, I. Ilvonen, E. Sirkkunen, T. Uskali, C. Kelling, . . . J. Karhu (Eds.), VIRJOX : Engaging Services in Virtual Reality (pp. 24-27). Tampere, Finland: Tampereen tenillinen yliopisto. Retrieved from http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-15-4277-0
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