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Being, seeking, telling : expressive approaches to qualitative adult education research / edited by Peter Willis, Robert Smith and Emily Collins
Bib ID 677872
Format BookBook
Description Flaxton, Qld. : Post Pressed, 2000 
iv, 433 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1876682078
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Adult education -- Research -- Methodology.  |  Experiential research.  |  Qualitative research.  |  Report writing.  |  Creative writing.
Other authors/contributors Smith, Robert J. (Robert James), 1945-  |  Willis, Peter (Peter Anthony), 1939-  |  Collins, Emily, 1973-  |  University of South Australia. Centre for Research in Education, Equity and Work
Available From University of South Australia, Centre for Research in Education, Equity and Work, Holbrooks Rd, Underdale SA 5032 

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