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Berkeley Women's Affirmative Action Union bulletin
A member of Action Apostolique Commune, Ernest Rakotoarison
Georges Kelley, the youth coordinator of Action Apostolique Commune (AAC)
The Cambodian church "In Action in the UNHCR Camp
Members of the Action Apostolique Commune (AAC)
Two members of the Action Apostolique Commune with the missionary Marguerite Frey (?)
[Children with Rev. Pierre Tissot, a member of the Action Apostolique Commune]
American Students for Political Action, letters (1964)
Evaluating the impact of CUE's action research processes and tools on practitioners' beliefs and practices
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Members of Action Apostolique Commune (AAC) visiting a village
Georges Kelley, the youth coordinator of Action Apostolique Commune (AAC) with his wife, Mareta (?)
Action research as a strategy for improving equity and diversity: implementation constraints, outcomes
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Re-mediating practitioners' practice for equity in higher education: evaluating the effectiveness of action research
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The team of the Action Apostolique Commune in a village
Africa Missions in Action International, COGIC, "Pearl Page", 1969
Two members of the Action Apostolique Commune (AAC) : Rev. Mésach tchakounté and Ernest Rakotoarison
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Negotiating bureaucratic responsiveness in collaboration with citizens: findings from action research in Los Angeles
An examination of collaboration amongst student affairs and academic affairs professionals in an action research project
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Confirmation Action March 1999. Guest teachers visiting the DMS (Danmission)
Confirmation Action 1999. "Then the musical instruments were touched".
The constitution of action
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Reframing the role of transfer facilitators: using action research methods for new knowledge development
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Irell & Manella, action agenda, 1991-04
Confirmation Action March 1999 - Mission Possible. Young people having fun with music and song.
Confirmation Action March 1999 Mission Possible: An African handwork is being actively studied
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