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Desanetal. (Eds.), Literature and social practice. A user-friendly guide to understanding and evaluating social research methods. Did you know that 70 years ago the Queen, then HRH Princess Elizabeth, visited the St Andrews Building gym hall? Reflexivity of actors versus reflexivity of accounts. College of social science and law Department of environmental health sciences and technology. The first point worth noting is that these are recommendations, not final policy, and they’re certainly nothing like a worked up final set of guidance notes for the next REF.

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Publisher: Yale University Press (January 28, 2014)

ISBN: B00HWWRKZW

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