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Spiralling up and spiralling down: implications of a long-term study of temperament and conduct disorder for social work with children
Bagley, C.; Mallick, K.
The reasons why young children are placed for adoption: findings from a recently placed sample and a discussion of implications for subsequent identity development
The day fostering scheme: a service for children in need and their parents
Assimilation, control, mediation or advocacy? Social work dilemmas in providing anti-oppressive services for Traveller children and families
Overcoming barriers to effective practice in child care
Randall, J.; Cowley, P.; Tomlinson, P.
The symptom-carrying child as a preserver of the family unit
Yahav, R.; Sharlin, S.A.
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