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Hede, Anne-Marie and Watne, Torgeir (2013). Leveraging the human side of the brand using a sense of place: Case studies of craft breweries. Journal of Marketing Management, 29(1–2), p. 207–224, doi:

Smith, Roy (1993). Institutions and organizations relevant to biodiversity conservation. Bradford: University of Bradford, Development and Project Planning Centre.

Smith, Sidonie (1993). Subjectivity, identity, and the body: women’s autobiographical practices in the twentieth century. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

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WHO (2023b). Statement on the antigen composition of COVID-19 vaccines. World Health Organization. [Accessed: 2023-07-21].