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Volume 2, Number 1, April 2005

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What has action learning learned to become?
pp. 49-68(20)
Authors: Pedler, Mike; Burgoyne, John; Brook, Cheryl

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Accounts of practice
pp. 69-70(2)

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Learning from the apprentice: an account of action research practice in a university department
pp. 71-78(8)
Authors: Cockburn-wootten, Cheryl; Henderson, Alison; Rix, Caroline

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Action learning set meetings: getting started by ‘checking in'
pp. 89-95(7)
Authors: Hughes, Mark; Bourner, Tom

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Reviews
pp. 105-105(1)

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Book reviews
pp. 107-126(20)

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