Can We Win the Battle against Windmills?
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Safronov, E. (2023). Can We Win the Battle against Windmills?. Galactica Media: Journal of Media Studies, 5(2), 188-196.


Book review: Bruns, A. (2023). Are Filter Bubbles Real? HSE Publishing House.
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