'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities
EditorsAlison Henderson
Place of Publicationhttp://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html
PublisherANZCA
Pages1 - 10
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAustralian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2011 - Hamilton, New Zealand
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …

Conference

ConferenceAustralian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2011
CountryNew Zealand
CityHamilton
Period1/01/11 → …

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Hutchins, B. (2011). 'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model. In A. Henderson (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities (pp. 1 - 10). http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html: ANZCA.
Hutchins, Brett. / 'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model. Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities. editor / Alison Henderson. http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html : ANZCA, 2011. pp. 1 - 10
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Hutchins, B 2011, 'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model. in A Henderson (ed.), Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities. ANZCA, http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html, pp. 1 - 10, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2011, Hamilton, New Zealand, 1/01/11.

'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model. / Hutchins, Brett.

Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities. ed. / Alison Henderson. http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html : ANZCA, 2011. p. 1 - 10.

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Hutchins B. 'Robbing the world's largest jewelry store'? digital sports piracy, industry hyperbole, and barriers to an alternative online business model. In Henderson A, editor, Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference. Communication on the Edge: Shifting Boundaries and Identities. http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca11-proceedings.html: ANZCA. 2011. p. 1 - 10