The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England

Grünkemeier E (2017)
Journal for the Study of British Cultures 24.2: 139-55.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal for the Study of British Cultures
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24.2
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139-55
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2952887

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Grünkemeier E. The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England. Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 2017;24.2:139-55.
Grünkemeier, E. (2017). The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England. Journal for the Study of British Cultures, 24.2, 139-55.
Grünkemeier, E. (2017). The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England. Journal for the Study of British Cultures 24.2, 139-55.
Grünkemeier, E., 2017. The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England. Journal for the Study of British Cultures, 24.2, p 139-55.
E. Grünkemeier, “The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England”, Journal for the Study of British Cultures, vol. 24.2, 2017, pp. 139-55.
Grünkemeier, E.: The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England. Journal for the Study of British Cultures. 24.2, 139-55 (2017).
Grünkemeier, Ellen. “The Dominant Conceptualisation of Time: The Clock Begins to Tick in Industrial Capitalist England”. Journal for the Study of British Cultures 24.2 (2017): 139-55.

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