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  • S King
  • 1990
Conte (1983) suggested that existing theories of career development are inadequate for disabled populations because they fail to take into consideration the special life events and characteristics of people with a disability. The purpose of this study was to determine if Conte's reservations about contemporary theories could be supported by data. To this(More)
This is the final report of a project supported by a grant from the Criminology Research Council. The views expressed are the responsibility of the authors and are not necessarily those of the Council. This is a project supported by a grant from the Criminology Research Council. We are grateful to the personnel at the Criminology Research Council and the(More)
This paper reports some preliminary findings on the effect of social interaction on learning as evinced by the analysis of an on-line community implemented in a distance education MSc course. Following the socio-constructivist approach, the community was designed to support students in purposeful, intentional and collaborative learning. The case study(More)
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