Informace, komunikace a společnost

Tom Wilson


Překlad Zuzana Ryčlová

Přeloženo z anglického originálu: WILSON, T. D. Information, communication and society. Svensk Biblioteksforskning, 2006, vol. 15, iss. 2. ISSN 0284-4354.
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