Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008

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Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008. / Morris, E.

University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2009. 75 p.

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Morris, E 2009, Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/ChildConf08.pdf>

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Morris, E. (2009). Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008. Social Policy Research Unit. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/ChildConf08.pdf

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Morris E. Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008. University of York, York: Social Policy Research Unit, 2009. 75 p.

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Morris, E. / Children, Families and Well-being: Researching the Future: Conference report, 12th September 2008. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2009. 75 p.

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