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Editors: Gustavo E. Fischman   Melissa Cast-Brede   Gene V. Glass 

featured book review [English]  

Review of The knowledge illlusion: Why we never think alone

Kevin Currie-Knight

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Catherine E. Snow

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Andrews, Retrospective of a Career in the Defense Department

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recent book reviews

Review of The knowledge illusion: Why we never think alone
Kevin Currie-Knight


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Darian L. C. Thrailkill


Review of Giving voice: Mobile communication, disability, and inequality
Jennifer Stewart


Review of Disability studies: An interdisciplinary introduction
Genia M. Bettencourt


Reseña de Modos y rasgos de producción colectiva de conocimiento de los académicos universitarios en México
Judith Naidorf


Review of Letters to a young education reformer
David R. Garcia


Review of Difficult students and disruptive behavior in the classroom: Teacher responses that work
Benjamin S. Riden


Review of Lost & Found: Helping behaviorally challenging students
Layla J. Kurt



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