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Epistemic subjects, discursive selves, and dialogical self theory in the psychology of moral and religious development : mapping gaps and bridges

Bibliographic reference Day, James ; Jesus, Paulo. Epistemic subjects, discursive selves, and dialogical self theory in the psychology of moral and religious development : mapping gaps and bridges. In: Journal of Constructivist Psychology, Vol. 26, no.2, p. 137-148 (2013)
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