Young People's Community Engagement: What Does Research-Based and Other Literature Tell us About Young People's Perspectives and the Impact of Schools' Contributions?

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Young People's Community Engagement : What Does Research-Based and Other Literature Tell us About Young People's Perspectives and the Impact of Schools' Contributions? / Davies, Ian; Hampden-Thompson, Gillian; Calhoun, John; Bramley, George; Tsouroufli, Maria; Sundaram, Vanita; Lord, Pippa; Jeffes, Jennifer.

In: British Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 61, No. 3, 02.08.2013, p. 327-343.

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Davies, Ian ; Hampden-Thompson, Gillian ; Calhoun, John ; Bramley, George ; Tsouroufli, Maria ; Sundaram, Vanita ; Lord, Pippa ; Jeffes, Jennifer. / Young People's Community Engagement : What Does Research-Based and Other Literature Tell us About Young People's Perspectives and the Impact of Schools' Contributions?. In: British Journal of Educational Studies. 2013 ; Vol. 61, No. 3. pp. 327-343.

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