Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view

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Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view. / Sinclair, I.

In: Adoption & Fostering, Vol. 34, No. 2, 2010, p. 8-13.

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Sinclair, I 2010, 'Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view', Adoption & Fostering, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 8-13.

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Sinclair, I. (2010). Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view. Adoption & Fostering, 34(2), 8-13.

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Sinclair I. Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view. Adoption & Fostering. 2010;34(2):8-13.

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Sinclair, I. / Looked after children: can existing services ever succeed? A different view. In: Adoption & Fostering. 2010 ; Vol. 34, No. 2. pp. 8-13.

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