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Academics Writing : The Dynamics of Knowledge Creation. / Tusting, Karin Patricia; McCulloch, Sharon Ann; Bhatt, Ibrar Ul-Haq; Hamilton, Mary Elizabeth; Barton, David Peter.

London : Routledge, 2019. 166 p.

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