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There is violence either way so let violence come with an education : Sudanese refugee women’s use of education for an imagined peaceful future. / Johnson, Ginger.

Refugees, immigrants, and education in the global south: lives in motion. ed. / Lesley Bartlett; Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher. Routledge, 2013.

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Harvard

Johnson, G 2013, There is violence either way so let violence come with an education: Sudanese refugee women’s use of education for an imagined peaceful future. in L Bartlett & A Ghaffar-Kucher (eds), Refugees, immigrants, and education in the global south: lives in motion. Routledge.

APA

Johnson, G. (2013). There is violence either way so let violence come with an education: Sudanese refugee women’s use of education for an imagined peaceful future. In L. Bartlett, & A. Ghaffar-Kucher (editors), Refugees, immigrants, and education in the global south: lives in motion Routledge.

Vancouver

Johnson G. There is violence either way so let violence come with an education: Sudanese refugee women’s use of education for an imagined peaceful future. In Bartlett L, Ghaffar-Kucher A, editors, Refugees, immigrants, and education in the global south: lives in motion. Routledge. 2013.

Author

Johnson, Ginger. / There is violence either way so let violence come with an education : Sudanese refugee women’s use of education for an imagined peaceful future. Refugees, immigrants, and education in the global south: lives in motion. editor / Lesley Bartlett ; Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher. Routledge, 2013.

BibTeX

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