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Academia

Established by the Higher Education Policy Network (http://hepnet.upatras.gr), ACADEMIA is an international peer-reviewed, refereed e-journal publishing articles and book reviews that represent the whole field of Higher Education.

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ACADEMIA is a forum for researchers, educators, administrators, students and policy makers interested in theory, practices, research and policy across the whole field of Higher Education.

ACADEMIA is an interdisciplinary journal which welcomes contributions focusing on Higher Education from a sociological, political, philosophical, historical, pedagogical, educational and administrative point of view. International and comparative approaches, new ways of interpreting Higher Education, are also welcomed.

ACADEMIA is published in three languages. Articles should be written in English, French or Greek. All articles undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening, and anonymous refereeing by at least two expert referees. No more than one of these referees is a member of the Journal’s editorial board. ACADEMIA publishes a general issue annually and thematic issues during the year.

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Start of DOI assignment to Academia publications

 
We would like to inform you that each publication in Academia has been assigned with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), courtesy of the Library & Information Center and the program of the Consortium of Greek Academic Libraries.  
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No 19 (2020)

Table of Contents

Editorial

 
1-3

Articles

Dorothée Baillet
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4-26
José Dilson Beserra Cavalcanti
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27-52
Eloiza Dias Neves
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53-72
Eanes Correia Dos Santos, Veleida Anahi Da Silva, Fàtima Negromonte Bezerra
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73-86
Adriana Marrero
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87-107
Saeed Paivandi, Anaelle Milon
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108-130
Georgios Stamelos, Ioannis Kamarianos
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131-154
Geneviève Therriault, Sylvie Fortier, Dorothée Baillet
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155-181
Soledad Vercellino, Pablo V. Bohoslavsky
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182-207