Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons

Zurstrassen B (2009)
Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE 8(4): 8-16.

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2009
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Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE
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8
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1618-5293
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Zurstrassen B. Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE. 2009;8(4):8-16.
Zurstrassen, B. (2009). Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE, 8(4), 8-16. https://doi.org/10.4119/UNIBI/jsse-v8-i4-1096
Zurstrassen, B. (2009). Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE 8, 8-16.
Zurstrassen, B., 2009. Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE, 8(4), p 8-16.
B. Zurstrassen, “Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons”, Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE, vol. 8, 2009, pp. 8-16.
Zurstrassen, B.: Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE. 8, 8-16 (2009).
Zurstrassen, Bettina. “Social Theory - Who needs It? A didactic substantiation of social theories in lessons”. Journal of Social Science Education. JSSE 8.4 (2009): 8-16.
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