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12) Ulrike Felt, 2003, cit, p. 11

 

13) Micheal Guggenheim and Helga Novotny, "Joy in repetition makes the future disappear", in Bernward Joerges and Helga Novotny (eds.), cit., pp. 230-231

14) Micheal Guggenheim and Helga Novotny, cit., pp. 250-253