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Researching your own institution: Higher Education

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Researching your own institution: Higher Education. / Trowler, Paul.

British Educational Research Association. 2011, British Educational Research Association online resource.

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Trowler, P 2011, Researching your own institution: Higher Education. British Educational Research Association.

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Trowler, P. (2011). Researching your own institution: Higher Education. British Educational Research Association.

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Trowler, Paul. / Researching your own institution: Higher Education. 2011. British Educational Research Association.

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