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From the architect to the Ethnographer: The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections

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From the architect to the Ethnographer : The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections. / Costa, Ana.

2017. Paper presented at Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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Costa, A 2017, 'From the architect to the Ethnographer: The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections', Paper presented at Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom, 9/09/17 - 12/09/17.

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Costa, A. (2017). From the architect to the Ethnographer: The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections. Paper presented at Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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Costa A. From the architect to the Ethnographer: The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections. 2017. Paper presented at Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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Costa, Ana. / From the architect to the Ethnographer : The construction of an ethnographic identity: dilemmas, challenges and reflections. Paper presented at Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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