Curriculum development in geography in a developing country by Tom W. Brown

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Paper presented at the Geography in Education Symposium, I.B.G. Conference, January 1971, University of Sussex.

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StatementTom W. Brown.
ContributionsGeography in Education (Symposium) (1971 : University of Sussex), Institute of British Geographers (Annual Conference) (1971 : University of Sussex)
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