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Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue

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Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue. / Flint, Poppy; Pettinger, Clare ; Schoen, Victoria; Segal, Ruth; Taylor, Rachael; Wheeler, Bella; Williams, Carol.

London : Food Research Collaboration, 2017. 25 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Flint, P, Pettinger, C, Schoen, V, Segal, R, Taylor, R, Wheeler, B & Williams, C 2017, Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue. Food Research Collaboration, London. <https://foodresearch.org.uk/publications/using-the-arts-for-food-research-and-dialogue/>

APA

Flint, P., Pettinger, C., Schoen, V., Segal, R., Taylor, R., Wheeler, B., & Williams, C. (2017). Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue. Food Research Collaboration. https://foodresearch.org.uk/publications/using-the-arts-for-food-research-and-dialogue/

Vancouver

Flint P, Pettinger C, Schoen V, Segal R, Taylor R, Wheeler B et al. Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue. London: Food Research Collaboration, 2017. 25 p.

Author

Flint, Poppy ; Pettinger, Clare ; Schoen, Victoria ; Segal, Ruth ; Taylor, Rachael ; Wheeler, Bella ; Williams, Carol. / Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue. London : Food Research Collaboration, 2017. 25 p.

Bibtex

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