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‘This informative and wide-ranging book argues persuasively for the value of multiple perspectives, both international and disciplinary, in the study and practice of early childhood education, because they feed our imaginations and provoke us to think. And while illustrating the many differences that exist between countries, it highlights the shared issues confronting us, wherever we live.’ - Emeritus Professor Peter Moss, Institute of Education, University of London

Chapter 9: Perceptions of Using the Outdoors in Early Childhood Education and Care Centres in England, Hungary and Denmark: Some Questions about the Recruitment of Male Workers

Perceptions of Using the Outdoors in Early Childhood Education and Care Centres in England, Hungary and Denmark: Some Questions about the Recruitment of Male Workers
Perceptions of using the outdoors in early childhood education and care centres in england, hungary and denmark: Some questions about the recruitment of male workers
Claire Cameron
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