Yaz: suggested or recommended social media content

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Yaz : suggested or recommended social media content. / Goodyear, Victoria; Wood, Hannah; Armour, Kathleen.

Young People, Social Media and Health. ed. / Victoria Goodyear; Kathleen Armour. London : Routledge, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Goodyear, V, Wood, H & Armour, K 2019, Yaz: suggested or recommended social media content. in V Goodyear & K Armour (eds), Young People, Social Media and Health. Routledge, London.

APA

Goodyear, V., Wood, H., & Armour, K. (2019). Yaz: suggested or recommended social media content. In V. Goodyear, & K. Armour (Eds.), Young People, Social Media and Health London: Routledge.

Vancouver

Goodyear V, Wood H, Armour K. Yaz: suggested or recommended social media content. In Goodyear V, Armour K, editors, Young People, Social Media and Health. London: Routledge. 2019

Author

Goodyear, Victoria ; Wood, Hannah ; Armour, Kathleen. / Yaz : suggested or recommended social media content. Young People, Social Media and Health. editor / Victoria Goodyear ; Kathleen Armour. London : Routledge, 2019.

Bibtex

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RIS

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