Textuality and tectonics troubling socialand psychological science by Beryl C. Curt

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Bibliography: p244-255. - Includes index.

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StatementBeryl C. Curt.
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Pagination260p. :
Number of Pages260
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Open LibraryOL21299519M
ISBN 100335190634, 0335190642

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