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Beginning teachers’ professional support as an important asset for teacher retention: A mixed methods social network study

(2018)
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Presentation during the 'Advanced Study Colloquium on Mixed Methods Social Network Analysis' in Vienna (organised by Dominik Froehlich)

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MLA
Thomas, Laura, Melissa Tuytens, Geert Devos, et al. “Beginning Teachers’ Professional Support as an Important Asset for Teacher Retention: A Mixed Methods Social Network Study.” 2018 : n. pag. Print.
APA
Thomas, Laura, Tuytens, M., Devos, G., Kelchtermans, G., & Vanderlinde, R. (2018). Beginning teachers’ professional support as an important asset for teacher retention: A mixed methods social network study.
Chicago author-date
Thomas, Laura, Melissa Tuytens, Geert Devos, Geert Kelchtermans, and Ruben Vanderlinde. 2018. “Beginning Teachers’ Professional Support as an Important Asset for Teacher Retention: A Mixed Methods Social Network Study.”
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Thomas, Laura, Melissa Tuytens, Geert Devos, Geert Kelchtermans, and Ruben Vanderlinde. 2018. “Beginning Teachers’ Professional Support as an Important Asset for Teacher Retention: A Mixed Methods Social Network Study.”
Vancouver
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Thomas L, Tuytens M, Devos G, Kelchtermans G, Vanderlinde R. Beginning teachers’ professional support as an important asset for teacher retention: A mixed methods social network study. 2018.
IEEE
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L. Thomas, M. Tuytens, G. Devos, G. Kelchtermans, and R. Vanderlinde, “Beginning teachers’ professional support as an important asset for teacher retention: A mixed methods social network study.” 2018.
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  abstract     = {Presentation during the 'Advanced Study Colloquium on Mixed Methods Social Network Analysis' in Vienna (organised by Dominik Froehlich) },
  author       = {Thomas, Laura and Tuytens, Melissa and Devos, Geert and Kelchtermans, Geert and Vanderlinde, Ruben},
  title        = {Beginning teachers’ professional support as an important asset for teacher retention: A mixed methods social network study},
  year         = {2018},
}