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WP Game Playing: Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'

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WP Game Playing : Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'. / Bayes, Chris; Johnson, Matthew; Alonso, Guillermo.

The Third Age of Widening Access. ed. / Graeme Atherton; Steve Kendall; Michael Naughton; Martin Webster. 2020.

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Harvard

Bayes, C, Johnson, M & Alonso, G 2020, WP Game Playing: Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'. in G Atherton, S Kendall, M Naughton & M Webster (eds), The Third Age of Widening Access.

APA

Bayes, C., Johnson, M., & Alonso, G. (Accepted/In press). WP Game Playing: Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'. In G. Atherton, S. Kendall, M. Naughton, & M. Webster (Eds.), The Third Age of Widening Access

Vancouver

Bayes C, Johnson M, Alonso G. WP Game Playing: Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'. In Atherton G, Kendall S, Naughton M, Webster M, editors, The Third Age of Widening Access. 2020

Author

Bayes, Chris ; Johnson, Matthew ; Alonso, Guillermo. / WP Game Playing : Exploring alternative pathways to ‘New Political Minds'. The Third Age of Widening Access. editor / Graeme Atherton ; Steve Kendall ; Michael Naughton ; Martin Webster. 2020.

Bibtex

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