A Situação Educational dos Imigrantes na Finlândia em 2018
Vaarala, H. (2019). A Situação Educational dos Imigrantes na Finlândia em 2018. In L. C. Ferreira, C. Perna, R. Gualda, & E. V. L. F. Leurquin (Eds.), Língua de Acolhimento : Experiéncias no Brasil e no mundo (Article 191-205). Mosaico Produção Editorial. http://www.letras.ufmg.br/padrao_cms/documentos/profs/luciane/capa_linguadeacolhimentoEBOOK%20DEFINITIVO.pdf
© 2019 by Luciane Corrêa Ferreira, Cristina Perna, Ricardo Gualda e Eulália Vera Lúcia Fraga Leurquin.
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