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An examination of intellectualism and the Tall Poppy Syndrome in the Australian context: investigating attitudes towards scientists using a values framework and contextual information

@inproceedings{Marques2010AnEO,
  title={An examination of intellectualism and the Tall Poppy Syndrome in the Australian context: investigating attitudes towards scientists using a values framework and contextual information},
  author={Mathew D. Marques},
  year={2010}
}
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