Reinterpreting the growth metaphor as an ethical pedagogy
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Reinterpreting the growth metaphor as an ethical pedagogy by Carrie Winstanley

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Written in English

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Thesis(M.A.) - University of Surrey, 1997.

StatementCarrie Winstanley.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Educational Studies.
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Open LibraryOL16499886M

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