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Developing Non-Hierarchical Leadership on Campus Case Studies and Best Practices in Higher Education (The Greenwood Educators" Reference Collection)

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ContributionsCharles L. Outcalt (Editor), Shannon K. Faris (Editor), Kathleen N. McMahon (Editor)
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Number of Pages280
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Open LibraryOL9823385M
ISBN 100313311781
ISBN 109780313311789

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