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The Academic Career Handbook. / Blaxter, Loraine; Tight, Malcolm; Hughes, Christina.

Open University, 1998. 242 p.

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Harvard

Blaxter, L, Tight, M & Hughes, C 1998, The Academic Career Handbook. Open University.

APA

Blaxter, L., Tight, M., & Hughes, C. (1998). The Academic Career Handbook. Open University.

Vancouver

Blaxter L, Tight M, Hughes C. The Academic Career Handbook. Open University, 1998. 242 p.

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Blaxter, Loraine ; Tight, Malcolm ; Hughes, Christina. / The Academic Career Handbook. Open University, 1998. 242 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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