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Moon, S. , Rose, S. , Black, A. , Black, J. , Hwang, Y. , Lynn, L. and Memoli, J. (2013) Releasing the Social Imagination: Art, the Aesthetic Experience, and Citizenship in Education. Creative Education
, 223-233. doi: 10.4236/ce.2013.43033
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