The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice

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The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice. / Roche, Chris; Cox, John; Helen, Derbyshire; Gibson, Sam; Hudson, David.

Birmingham : Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham, 2018.

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Harvard

Roche, C, Cox, J, Helen, D, Gibson, S & Hudson, D 2018 'The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice' Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham, Birmingham. <http://publications.dlprog.org/Bigger.pdf>

APA

Roche, C., Cox, J., Helen, D., Gibson, S., & Hudson, D. (2018). The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice. Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham. http://publications.dlprog.org/Bigger.pdf

Vancouver

Roche C, Cox J, Helen D, Gibson S, Hudson D. The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice. Birmingham: Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham. 2018 Feb.

Author

Roche, Chris ; Cox, John ; Helen, Derbyshire ; Gibson, Sam ; Hudson, David. / The Bigger Picture: Gender and Politics in Practice. Birmingham : Developmental Leadership Program, University of Birmingham, 2018.

Bibtex

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