Identity Work in the fractures between open source communities and the economic world

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Title of host publicationProceedings of the Workshop on Open Source Software Movements and Communities, September 19, 2003 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Hosted at the International Conference on Communities and Technologies
EditorsMagnus Bergquist, Joseph Feller, Jan Ljungberg
Date2003
Pages59-65
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    Westenholz, A. (2003). Identity Work in the fractures between open source communities and the economic world. In M. Bergquist, J. Feller, & J. Ljungberg (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Open Source Software Movements and Communities, September 19, 2003 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Hosted at the International Conference on Communities and Technologies (pp. 59-65)
    Westenholz, Ann. / Identity Work in the fractures between open source communities and the economic world. Proceedings of the Workshop on Open Source Software Movements and Communities, September 19, 2003 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Hosted at the International Conference on Communities and Technologies. editor / Magnus Bergquist ; Joseph Feller ; Jan Ljungberg. 2003. pp. 59-65
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