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БИБЛИОГРАФИЈА

 

Александра КАРОВСКА

Филозофски Факултет
Институтот за дефектологија

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Aleksandra KAROVSKA

Faculty of Philosophy
Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation

UDK: 012:376.013.8-05

 

 

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Александра КАРОВСКА

 

Aleksandra KAROVSKA

Универзитет „Св. Кирил и Методиј“
Филозофски факултет
Институт за дефектологија
Крсте Мисирков бб, 1000 Скопје
Република Македонија
e-mail: karo2604@yahoo.com

 

“Ss Cyril and Methodius” University
Faculty of Philosophy
Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation
Krste Misirkov bb, 1000 Skopje
Republic of Macedonia
e-mail: karo2604@yahoo.com