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Economic conditions and child maltreatment: Toward an agenda for social work

Author(s): 
Conrad-Hiebner, Aislinn
Scanlon, Edward
Project(s): 
Poverty
Publication type: 
Journal Article
Citation: 

Conrad-Hiebner, A., & Scanlon, E. (in press). Economic conditions and child maltreatment: Toward an agenda for social work. Families in Society.  

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