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A study of children's drawing types and factors influencing choice of subject matter [microform] / by Stella Clark
Bib ID 2283354
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Clark, Stella
 
Description 1994 
2 microfiches (132 fr.) : negative. 
Notes

Submitted to the Faculty of Education.

Thesis (B.Ed.(Hons.))--Edith Cowan University, 1994.

Bibliography: p. 82-86.

Subjects Children's drawings.  |  Sex role in children.  |  Art in education.
Other authors/contributors Edith Cowan University. Faculty of Education

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