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Child Poverty in Large Families

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Child Poverty in Large Families. / Bradshaw, J; Finch, N; Mayhew, E; Ritakallio, V; Skinner, C.

Bristol : Policy Press, 2006.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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Bradshaw, J, Finch, N, Mayhew, E, Ritakallio, V & Skinner, C 2006, Child Poverty in Large Families. Policy Press, Bristol.

APA

Bradshaw, J., Finch, N., Mayhew, E., Ritakallio, V., & Skinner, C. (2006). Child Poverty in Large Families. Policy Press.

Vancouver

Bradshaw J, Finch N, Mayhew E, Ritakallio V, Skinner C. Child Poverty in Large Families. Bristol: Policy Press, 2006.

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Bradshaw, J ; Finch, N ; Mayhew, E ; Ritakallio, V ; Skinner, C. / Child Poverty in Large Families. Bristol : Policy Press, 2006.

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