The Best Science, The Best Science in Finnish – and English – or The Best Finnish Scientists?
Hoffman, D., Sama, T. B., El-Massri, A., Raunio, M., & Korhonen, M. (2013). The Best Science, The Best Science in Finnish – and English – or The Best Finnish Scientists?. Recherches en Education (Research in Education), 2013(16), 48-62. https://doi.org/10.4000/ree.7755
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PublisherCentre de recherche en éducation de Nantes (CREN)
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