Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler: ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’

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Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler : ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’. / Kirilova, Marta.

I: Sprogforum, Bind Temanummer om Sprog, kultur og viden, Nr. 62, 2017, s. 44-50.

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Kirilova, M 2017, 'Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler: ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’', Sprogforum, bind Temanummer om Sprog, kultur og viden, nr. 62, s. 44-50.

APA

Kirilova, M. (2017). Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler: ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’. Sprogforum, Temanummer om Sprog, kultur og viden(62), 44-50.

Vancouver

Kirilova M. Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler: ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’. Sprogforum. 2017;Temanummer om Sprog, kultur og viden(62):44-50.

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Kirilova, Marta. / Om sprog og kultur ved jobsamtaler : ’Du bestemmer – jeg li’ arbejde’. I: Sprogforum. 2017 ; Bind Temanummer om Sprog, kultur og viden, Nr. 62. s. 44-50.

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