High-flyers and underdogs: The polarisation of Finnish academic identities
Ylijoki, O.-H., & Ursin, J. (2015). High-flyers and underdogs: The polarisation of Finnish academic identities. In L. Evans, & J. Nixon (Eds.), Academic Identities in Higher Education : The Changing European Landscape (pp. 187-202). Bloomsbury Academic. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781474220040.ch-010
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