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DeVellis Robert (2003), Scale development: theory and applications, 2nd ed., Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications Inc.

Burke Peter (2004 a), What is Cultural History? Cambridge, Polity

Burke Peter (2004 b), Languages and Communities in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Hey Tony, Trefethen Anne (2003), The Data Deluge: An e-Science Perspective, in Fran Berman, Geoffrey Fox, Tony Hey (Eds.), Grid Computing: Making the Global Infrastructure a Reality, New York, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 809-24

Laurillard Diana (2001), The E-University: What have we learned?, “The International Journal of Management Education”, V. 1, n. 2, pp. 3-7

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