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Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood: a research perspective

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Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood : a research perspective . / Stein, Mike.

4 p. London : National Care Advisory Service. 2012, Research summary.

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Stein, M 2012, Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood: a research perspective . National Care Advisory Service, London. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/NCASCorporateParenting.pdf>

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Stein, M. (2012). Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood: a research perspective . National Care Advisory Service. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/NCASCorporateParenting.pdf

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Stein M. Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood: a research perspective . 2012. 4 p.

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Stein, Mike. / Corporate Parenting from Care to Adulthood : a research perspective . 2012. London : National Care Advisory Service. 4 p.

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