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Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed?

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Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed? / Rose, Diana Susan.

In: Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, 20.03.2019.

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Rose, DS 2019, 'Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed?', Journal of Ethics in Mental Health.

APA

Rose, D. S. (2019). Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed? Journal of Ethics in Mental Health.

Vancouver

Rose DS. Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed? Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. 2019 Mar 20.

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Rose, Diana Susan. / Navigating an Insider / Outsider Identity in Exclusive Academic Spaces: How Far Can Boundaries be Pushed?. In: Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. 2019.

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journal = "Journal of Ethics in Mental Health",
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