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  3. Richardson, L. (1997).Fields of Play: Constructing Academic Life, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ.

  4. In Perpetual Motion By Bemadette M. Baker, Peter Lang, New York, 2001, 649 pages, ISBN 0 8204 48664, paper back

  5. The Art of Writing Inquiry Edited by Lorri Neilsen, Ardra L. Cole and J. Gary Knowles Halifax, Nova Scotia, Backalong Books and Centre for Arts-Informed Research, 2001, 321 pages, ISBN 1 8941 32068, paper back

  6. Responding to Students’ Writing: Continuing Conversations Edited by Brenton Doecke Norwood South Australia, Australian Association for the Teaching of English 1999, 304 pages, ISBN 1 8941 32068, paper back

  7. Daily Meaning: Counternarratives of Teachers’ Work Allan R. Neilsen Mill Bay, BC, Canada, Bendall Books, 1999, 200 pages, ISBN 0 9696 985-5-0, paper back

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Meadmore, D., Kamler, B., Nichols, S. et al. Book reviews. Aust. Educ. Res. 28, 167–179 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03219765

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