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Ebrahimi Moghadam, N., & Dorrani, K. (2018). Teleological Evaluation Contents of Social Skills in Document of Fundamental Reforms in Education. Organizational Culture Management, 16(2), 283-304. doi: 10.22059/jomc.2018.223179.1007088
Neda Ebrahimi Moghadam; Kamal Dorrani. "Teleological Evaluation Contents of Social Skills in Document of Fundamental Reforms in Education". Organizational Culture Management, 16, 2, 2018, 283-304. doi: 10.22059/jomc.2018.223179.1007088
Ebrahimi Moghadam, N., Dorrani, K. (2018). 'Teleological Evaluation Contents of Social Skills in Document of Fundamental Reforms in Education', Organizational Culture Management, 16(2), pp. 283-304. doi: 10.22059/jomc.2018.223179.1007088
Ebrahimi Moghadam, N., Dorrani, K. Teleological Evaluation Contents of Social Skills in Document of Fundamental Reforms in Education. Organizational Culture Management, 2018; 16(2): 283-304. doi: 10.22059/jomc.2018.223179.1007088