The changing academic environment and diversity in students study philosophy, beliefs and attitudes in higher education
Mohammad Alauddin; Adrian Ashman;
Student populations in higher education in Australia and elsewhere in the developed world have experienced significant diversity over the past two decades. The existing literature has provided limited clarity about the effects of this diversity on the dimensions underpi... View more
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