Epistemological beliefs and their impact on work, subjectivity and learning

C. Harteis, H. Gruber, F. Lehner, in: S. Billett, M. Somerville, T. Fenwick (Eds.), Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Springer, Dordrecht, 2006, pp. 123--140.

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Harteis C, Gruber H, Lehner F. Epistemological beliefs and their impact on work, subjectivity and learning. In: Billett S, Somerville M, Fenwick T, eds. Work, Subjectivity and Learning. Dordrecht: Springer; 2006:123--140.
Harteis, C., Gruber, H., & Lehner, F. (2006). Epistemological beliefs and their impact on work, subjectivity and learning. In S. Billett, M. Somerville, & T. Fenwick (Eds.), Work, subjectivity and learning (pp. 123--140). Dordrecht: Springer.
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Harteis, Christian, Hans Gruber, and Franz Lehner. “Epistemological Beliefs and Their Impact on Work, Subjectivity and Learning.” In Work, Subjectivity and Learning, edited by Stephen Billett, Margaret Somerville, and Tara Fenwick, 123--140. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006.
C. Harteis, H. Gruber, and F. Lehner, “Epistemological beliefs and their impact on work, subjectivity and learning,” in Work, subjectivity and learning, S. Billett, M. Somerville, and T. Fenwick, Eds. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006, pp. 123--140.
Harteis, Christian, et al. “Epistemological Beliefs and Their Impact on Work, Subjectivity and Learning.” Work, Subjectivity and Learning, edited by Stephen Billett et al., Springer, 2006, pp. 123--140.

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