Confucian philosophy for teaching twenty-first century values in Australian schools

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Elliot, Jackie and Martin, Joyce. (2009). Confucian philosophy for teaching twenty-first century values in Australian schools. International Journal of the Humanities. 7(5), pp. 145 - 156.
AuthorsElliot, Jackie and Martin, Joyce
Year2009
JournalInternational Journal of the Humanities
Journal citation7 (5), pp. 145 - 156
PublisherCommon Ground Publishing
ISSN1447-9508
Page range145 - 156
Research GroupSchool of Education
Place of publicationUnited States of America
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