Book review: Community education, learning and development
AbstractBy Lynn Tett (Third Edition) (Edinburgh, Dunedin Academic Press Ltd., 2010) 126 pp., 17.99 €, ISBN 978-1-906716-10-3 First published 2002 as Community education, lifelong learning and social inclusion
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