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Teaching God. Collins, London.
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Robb, W M (1993)
Values education: what implication for value-based management? Int.
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Niblett, R (1993)
A religious dimension in education. In: Selmes, C S G and Robb, W M
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The implications of A H Maslow’s "Hierarchy of Needs Theory" for adult
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