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A Study on the Environmental Worldviews and New Ecological Paradigm of Primary School Students


Wen-Ling Lin 林玟伶, Chuan-Shin Jeng 鄭權鑫, Hung-Jen Su 蘇宏仁

Published on: March 2022

DOI: 10.6555/JEER.17.2.001

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