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Student partnership: Exploring the dynamics in and between different conceptualizations

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Student partnership : Exploring the dynamics in and between different conceptualizations. / Holen, Rasa; Ashwin, Paul; Maassen, Peter; Stensaker, Bjørn.

In: Studies in Higher Education, 27.05.2020.

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Holen, Rasa ; Ashwin, Paul ; Maassen, Peter ; Stensaker, Bjørn. / Student partnership : Exploring the dynamics in and between different conceptualizations. In: Studies in Higher Education. 2020.

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