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Immersive 360-degree documentaries as false illusions of presence or a step towards more genuine representations of the refugee experience? An analysis of three immersive refugee documentaries Life in the Time of Refuge (2017), Dreaming in Za’atari: Stories after Syria (2018) and Lives On Hold in Lebanon (2018)



Immersive 360-degree documentaries as false illusions of presence or a step towards more genuine representations of the refugee experience? An analysis of three immersive refugee documentaries Life in the Time of Refuge (2017), Dreaming in Za’atari: Stories after Syria (2018) and Lives On Hold in Lebanon (2018)

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Document Type: Master Thesis
Date: 2021
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