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Term circulation and conceptual instability in the mediation of science: Binary framing of the notions of biological versus chemical pesticides

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Title
Term circulation and conceptual instability in the mediation of science: Binary framing of the notions of biological versus chemical pesticides
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Discourse And Communication, May 2020
DOI 10.1177/1750481320917575
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Hélène Ledouble

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#13,404,088
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