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Chapter Twenty-eight: Identity, Self, and Other in the Conduct of Pedagogical Action: An East/West Inquiry
David Geoffrey Smith
Vol. 70, Contemporary Curriculum Discourses: Twenty Years of JCT (1999), pp. 458-473
Published by: Peter Lang AG
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