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Richer de Forges, Anne et al. "Soil in Comic Strips and Cartoons." In: Edward R. Landa und Christian Feller (Hrsg.): Soil and Culture. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2010, S. 439–452.
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Keywords: Ökologie, Themen und Motive
Creators: Arrouays, Bernoux, Blanchart, Feller, Landa, Richer de Forges, Verheijen
Publisher: Springer (Berlin, Heidelberg)
Collection: Soil and Culture
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Comic strips and cartoons progressively became a respected art form, providing powerful imagery, expression of universal themes, and timely commentary on society. Thus, it is quite natural that the soil appears in comic strips and cartoons. In this paper, we review the various representations of the soil in comic strips and cartoons, structured around the soil functions scheme.
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