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- Rules for counteracting ghostwriting and other practices.
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THE STRUCTURE OF BIBLIOGRAPHY AND CITATIONS:
- general information:
- in-text citations, Harvard referencing style, see: http://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing#harvard-reference-list
- BANKS, J. (2009), Multicultural Education: Dimensions and Paradigms, Routledge, New York.
- FORBES, H. D. (1997), Ethnic Conflict and the Contact Hypothesis, Yale University Press, New Haven, http://www.intech.mnsu.edu/leey/04.69_88.pdf [Accessed 10.04.2018].
- GROSCH H., LEENEN W. R., (1998), Bausteine zur Grundlegung interkulturellen Lernens, in: Interkulturelles Lernen, G. Auernheimer (ed.), Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn.
- According to Michael Argyle (1998, pp. 96-100) and Daniel Goleman (1999, pp. 46-53), co-operation is one of the many skills comprising of social competence which make relations with others easier.
- Benefits collected by schools will predictably be accompanied by benefits reaped by local communities, which by assuming a part of responsibility for education, will start appreciating its role in achieving social and economic objectives (Delors, 1998, pp. 24-30).
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Faculty of Political Science and International Studies
Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
Stefana Batorego 39L,
87–100 Toruń, Poland
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