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Linking learning and everyday life: a social perspective on adult language, literacy and numeracy classses

By Y Appleby, R Hodge, R Ivanci and K Tusting
Publisher: NRDC
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:clok.uclan.ac.uk:722
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