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Family benefits and services. / Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard; Finch, Naomi Lisle.

The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State . ed. / F Castles; S Leibfried; J Lewis; H Obinger; C Pierson. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010. p. 462-478.

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Bradshaw, JR & Finch, NL 2010, Family benefits and services. in F Castles, S Leibfried, J Lewis, H Obinger & C Pierson (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State . Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 462-478.

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Bradshaw, J. R., & Finch, N. L. (2010). Family benefits and services. In F. Castles, S. Leibfried, J. Lewis, H. Obinger, & C. Pierson (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State (pp. 462-478). Oxford University Press.

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Bradshaw JR, Finch NL. Family benefits and services. In Castles F, Leibfried S, Lewis J, Obinger H, Pierson C, editors, The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State . Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2010. p. 462-478

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Bradshaw, Jonathan Richard ; Finch, Naomi Lisle. / Family benefits and services. The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State . editor / F Castles ; S Leibfried ; J Lewis ; H Obinger ; C Pierson. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010. pp. 462-478

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