Between Information and Guidance - Social Service’s Utilization of Digital Media for Connecting Refugee Parents With the Early Childhood Education and Care System

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Between Information and Guidance - Social Service’s Utilization of Digital Media for Connecting Refugee Parents With the Early Childhood Education and Care System. / Friedrichs-Liesenkötter, Henrike; Winkel, Marek.

Proceedings of the global conference on education and research - GLOCER 21. Hrsg. / Waynne B. James; Cihan Cobanoglu; Muhittin Cavusoglu. Band 4 Florida : University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing, 2021. S. 47-49 (Global Conference on Education and Research Proceedings Series; Band 4).

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Harvard

Friedrichs-Liesenkötter, H & Winkel, M 2021, Between Information and Guidance - Social Service’s Utilization of Digital Media for Connecting Refugee Parents With the Early Childhood Education and Care System. in WB James, C Cobanoglu & M Cavusoglu (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the global conference on education and research - GLOCER 21. Bd. 4, Global Conference on Education and Research Proceedings Series, Bd. 4, University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing, Florida, S. 47-49, Global Conference on Education and Research - GLOCER 21, Florida, Florida, USA / Vereinigte Staaten, 08.06.21. https://doi.org/10.5038/2572-6374-v4

APA

Friedrichs-Liesenkötter, H., & Winkel, M. (2021). Between Information and Guidance - Social Service’s Utilization of Digital Media for Connecting Refugee Parents With the Early Childhood Education and Care System. in W. B. James, C. Cobanoglu, & M. Cavusoglu (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the global conference on education and research - GLOCER 21 (Band 4, S. 47-49). (Global Conference on Education and Research Proceedings Series; Band 4). University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing. https://doi.org/10.5038/2572-6374-v4

Vancouver

Friedrichs-Liesenkötter H, Winkel M. Between Information and Guidance - Social Service’s Utilization of Digital Media for Connecting Refugee Parents With the Early Childhood Education and Care System. in James WB, Cobanoglu C, Cavusoglu M, Hrsg., Proceedings of the global conference on education and research - GLOCER 21. Band 4. Florida: University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing. 2021. S. 47-49. (Global Conference on Education and Research Proceedings Series). https://doi.org/10.5038/2572-6374-v4

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