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Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening?

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Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening? / Nash, Mike.

In: Prison Service Journal, No. 165, 05.2006, p. 14-17.

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Harvard

Nash, M 2006, 'Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening?', Prison Service Journal, no. 165, pp. 14-17.

APA

Nash, M. (2006). Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening? Prison Service Journal, (165), 14-17.

Vancouver

Nash M. Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening? Prison Service Journal. 2006 May;(165):14-17.

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Nash, Mike. / Everyone’s watching, but is anyone listening?. In: Prison Service Journal. 2006 ; No. 165. pp. 14-17.

Bibtex

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