Silent minority: exploring gay and bisexual men's accounts of learning and teaching in British university psychology departments

Hodges, I. and Pearson, C. 2008. Silent minority: exploring gay and bisexual men's accounts of learning and teaching in British university psychology departments. Hellenic Journal of Psychology. 5 (1), pp. 33-57.

TitleSilent minority: exploring gay and bisexual men's accounts of learning and teaching in British university psychology departments
AuthorsHodges, I. and Pearson, C.
JournalHellenic Journal of Psychology
Journal citation5 (1), pp. 33-57
ISSN1790-1391
Year2008
PublisherEllenika Grammata - Hellenic Psychological Society
Publication dates
Published2008

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