Sustentabilidad y ecología del sonido

  • Jeff Todd Titon
  • Mauricio Valdebenito


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Titon, J. T., & Valdebenito, M. (2022). Sustentabilidad y ecología del sonido. El oído Pensante, 10(1), 131-156.