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<<Biblioteca Digital del Portal<<Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)<<Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB) 1996, No. 1-4<<Tesis Doctorales

Colección: Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)
Número: 1-4
Título: 1996
EDUCACIÓN / EDUCATION

Dirks, Randall Philip. Styles and stages of relationships between missionaries and leaders of the churches: Reflections from adult developmental theory. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1995. December, 9533050.

Hezekiah, Gabrielle Andree. Imagining the caribbean: Two television documentaries. University of Toronto, Canada, 1995. December, MM96309.

La Villa, Silvia. The effects of parents’ observations on the development of their children’s abilities and success in kindergarten. Florida International University, 1995. August, 9519707.

Leventhal, Mitchel Arthur. Entrepreneurship and nation building: Proprietary medical schools and development in the Caribbean, 1976-1990 (Grenada). The University of Chicago, 1995. November, 9530765.

Maldonado Ramírez, María Auxiliadora. Study of the United Nations (Latin America). Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain, 1995. Spring [Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Edifici Rectorat, Apartat Postal 20, E-08193 Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain].

Murphy, Patrick Timothy. La importancia de cultura e idiomas en la nueva globalización. University of Georgia, 1995. April, 1358820.

Nadal-Vázquez, Vilma Yolanda. Cognitive and learning styles of spanish-speaking students. The University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1995. January, 9430150.

Peart, Moses. Delineating instruction: A collaborative planning approach that brings development and delivery systems together. The FloridaState University, 1995. July, 9514718.

Perry, Anthony Morais. An investigation into possible sources of error related to the multiple marking of essays: A generalizability approach. University of Toronto, Canada, 1995. June, MM92366.