The Soul Online: Bereavement, Social Media, and Competent Care
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9781725266520

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Graham Joseph Hill., Graham Joseph Hill|AUTHOR., & Desiree Geldenhuys|AUTHOR. (2021). The Soul Online: Bereavement, Social Media, and Competent Care . Wipf and Stock Publishers.

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Graham Joseph Hill, Graham Joseph Hill|AUTHOR and Desiree Geldenhuys|AUTHOR. 2021. The Soul Online: Bereavement, Social Media, and Competent Care. Wipf and Stock Publishers.

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Graham Joseph Hill, Graham Joseph Hill|AUTHOR and Desiree Geldenhuys|AUTHOR. The Soul Online: Bereavement, Social Media, and Competent Care Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2021.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Graham Joseph Hill, Graham Joseph Hill|AUTHOR, and Desiree Geldenhuys|AUTHOR. The Soul Online: Bereavement, Social Media, and Competent Care Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2021.

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