Interventions in teaching political geography: reflections on practice

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Williams, Alison J. ; Jeffrey, Alex ; McConnell, Fiona ; Megoran, Nick ; Askins, Kye ; Gill, Nick ; Nash, Catherine ; Pande, Raksha (2013)

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