Not for you? Ethical implications of archiving zines

  title={Not for you? Ethical implications of archiving zines},
  author={Kirsty Fife},
  journal={Punk \& Post Punk},
  • Kirsty Fife
  • Published 1 June 2019
  • Sociology
  • Punk & Post Punk

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