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The Well-Being of Children in the UK

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The Well-Being of Children in the UK. / Bradshaw, J; Mayhew, E.

2nd ed. ed. London : Save the Children, 2005.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Bradshaw, J & Mayhew, E 2005, The Well-Being of Children in the UK. 2nd ed. edn, Save the Children, London.

APA

Bradshaw, J., & Mayhew, E. (2005). The Well-Being of Children in the UK. (2nd ed. ed.) Save the Children.

Vancouver

Bradshaw J, Mayhew E. The Well-Being of Children in the UK. 2nd ed. ed. London: Save the Children, 2005.

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Bradshaw, J ; Mayhew, E. / The Well-Being of Children in the UK. 2nd ed. ed. London : Save the Children, 2005.

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