Ludwigsburg-Luzerner Bibliographie zur Alltagsvorstellungsforschung in den Geowissenschaften



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Ludwigsburg-Lucerne Bibliography on Conceptual Change Research in the Geosciences (LLBG)
Prof. Dr. S. Reinfried, PHZ Luzern & Dr. S. Schuler, PH Ludwigsburg

Ludwigsburg-Luzerner Bibliographie zur Alltagsvorstellungsforschung in den Geowissenschaften
(LLBG-Bibliographie)

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Ludwigsburg-Lucerne Bibliography on Conceptual Change Research in the Geosciences
(LLBG-Bibliography)

Sibylle Reinfried & Stephan Schuler

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Stand / Volume 20.04.2011

577 References

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