Influences of the IEA Civic and Citizenship Education Studies: Practice, Policy, and Research across Countries and Regions, Barbara Malak-Minkiewicz and Judith Torney-Purta (eds) (2021) | Intellect Skip to content
Volume 18, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 1751-1917
  • E-ISSN: 1751-1925


Review of: , Barbara Malak-Minkiewicz and Judith Torney-Purta (eds) (2021)

Cham: IEA and Springer, 301 pp.

ISBN 978-3-03071-101-6, p/bk, USD 59.99


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