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Participation in the margins of women’s lives and learnings. / Cuban, Sondra.

In: Literacy and Numeracy Studies, Vol. 16-17, No. 2-1, 2009, p. 74-86.

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Cuban, S 2009, 'Participation in the margins of women’s lives and learnings.', Literacy and Numeracy Studies, vol. 16-17, no. 2-1, pp. 74-86.

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Cuban, S. (2009). Participation in the margins of women’s lives and learnings. Literacy and Numeracy Studies, 16-17(2-1), 74-86.

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Cuban S. Participation in the margins of women’s lives and learnings. Literacy and Numeracy Studies. 2009;16-17(2-1):74-86.

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Cuban, Sondra. / Participation in the margins of women’s lives and learnings. In: Literacy and Numeracy Studies. 2009 ; Vol. 16-17, No. 2-1. pp. 74-86.

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