Fighting against the flow in theorising education
Moisio, O.-P., Raiker, A., & Rautiainen, M. (2017). Fighting against the flow in theorising education. In A. Raiker, & M. Rautiainen (Eds.), Educating for Democracy in England and Finland : Principles and Culture (pp. 140-153). Routledge. Routledge Research in International and Comparative Education.
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