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Gendai Nihon no kyōiku jōkyō / Kakinuma Hajime
現代日本の教育状況 / 柿沼肇
Bib ID 1781381
Format BookBook
Author
Kakinuma, Hajime, 1942-
柿沼肇, 1942-
 
Description Tōkyō : Kyōiku Shiryō Shuppankai, 1989 
東京 : 教育史料出版会, 1989 
222 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 4876521344
Series

Sōsho kyōikugaku kōgi ; 1.

叢書教育学・講義 ; 1.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Education -- Japan -- History -- 1945-

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