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Statutory homelessness in England: the experience of families and 16-17 year olds

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Statutory homelessness in England : the experience of families and 16-17 year olds . / Pleace, Nicholas; Fitzpatrick, Suzanne; Johnsen, Sarah; Quilgars, Deborah Jayne; Sanderson, Diana.

London : Department for Communities and Local Government, 2008. 372 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Pleace, N, Fitzpatrick, S, Johnsen, S, Quilgars, DJ & Sanderson, D 2008, Statutory homelessness in England: the experience of families and 16-17 year olds . Department for Communities and Local Government, London.

APA

Pleace, N., Fitzpatrick, S., Johnsen, S., Quilgars, D. J., & Sanderson, D. (2008). Statutory homelessness in England: the experience of families and 16-17 year olds . Department for Communities and Local Government.

Vancouver

Pleace N, Fitzpatrick S, Johnsen S, Quilgars DJ, Sanderson D. Statutory homelessness in England: the experience of families and 16-17 year olds . London: Department for Communities and Local Government, 2008. 372 p.

Author

Pleace, Nicholas ; Fitzpatrick, Suzanne ; Johnsen, Sarah ; Quilgars, Deborah Jayne ; Sanderson, Diana. / Statutory homelessness in England : the experience of families and 16-17 year olds . London : Department for Communities and Local Government, 2008. 372 p.

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