Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in EnglandCitation formats

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Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England : Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England. / Oliva, Javier Garcia; Harris, Neville; Russo, Charles (Editor).

International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law. 1. ed. New York (US) and Abingdon (UK) : Routledge, 2014. p. 134-154.

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Harvard

Oliva, JG, Harris, N & Russo, C (ed.) 2014, Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England. in International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law. 1 edn, Routledge, New York (US) and Abingdon (UK), pp. 134-154.

APA

Oliva, J. G., Harris, N., & Russo, C. (Ed.) (2014). Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England. In International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law (1 ed., pp. 134-154). New York (US) and Abingdon (UK): Routledge.

Vancouver

Oliva JG, Harris N, Russo C, (ed.). Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England. In International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law. 1 ed. New York (US) and Abingdon (UK): Routledge. 2014. p. 134-154

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Oliva, Javier Garcia ; Harris, Neville ; Russo, Charles (Editor). / Adapting to Religious Diversity: Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England : Legal Protection of Religious Preference in State-Funded Schools in England. International Perspectives on Education, Religion and Law. 1. ed. New York (US) and Abingdon (UK) : Routledge, 2014. pp. 134-154

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