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Degrees of laddishness: laddism in higher education

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Degrees of laddishness : laddism in higher education. / Dempster, Steven; Jackson, Carolyn.

2014. Paper presented at Laddism in HE: A one-day symposium discussing masculine behaviours and student culture., London, United Kingdom.

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Dempster, S & Jackson, C 2014, 'Degrees of laddishness: laddism in higher education', Paper presented at Laddism in HE: A one-day symposium discussing masculine behaviours and student culture., London, United Kingdom, 7/02/14 - 7/02/14. <http://www.srhe.ac.uk/events/details.asp?eid=121>

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Dempster, S., & Jackson, C. (2014). Degrees of laddishness: laddism in higher education. Paper presented at Laddism in HE: A one-day symposium discussing masculine behaviours and student culture., London, United Kingdom. http://www.srhe.ac.uk/events/details.asp?eid=121

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Dempster S, Jackson C. Degrees of laddishness: laddism in higher education. 2014. Paper presented at Laddism in HE: A one-day symposium discussing masculine behaviours and student culture., London, United Kingdom.

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Dempster, Steven ; Jackson, Carolyn. / Degrees of laddishness : laddism in higher education. Paper presented at Laddism in HE: A one-day symposium discussing masculine behaviours and student culture., London, United Kingdom.

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