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      The sacred and the profane: subject sub‐culture, pedagogical practice and teachers' perceptions of the classroom uses of ICT

      Educational Review

      Informa UK Limited

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                Journal
                Educational Review
                Educational Review
                Informa UK Limited
                0013-1911
                1465-3397
                August 16 2006
                November 2005
                August 16 2006
                November 2005
                : 57
                : 4
                : 471-490
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                10.1080/00131910500279577
                © 2005

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