Libro: Visualising Multilingual Lives: More Than Words

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1344/did.2020.8.209-212

Palabras clave:

didactics, specific didactics, music didactics, music education

Resumen

Reseña de: Kalaja, P., & Melo-Pfeifer, S. (Editores) (2020). Visualising Multilingual Lives: More Than Words. Bristol: Peter Lang.

Citas

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Publicado

2021-08-31

Cómo citar

Zimmermann, M. (2021). Libro: Visualising Multilingual Lives: More Than Words. Didacticae: Revista De Investigación En Didácticas Específicas, (8), 209–212. https://doi.org/10.1344/did.2020.8.209-212

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