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Trouble on the journey home: Reunification failures in foster care

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  • Miller, Keith A.
  • Fisher, Philip A.
  • Fetrow, Becky
  • Jordan, Kathy

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  • Miller, Keith A. & Fisher, Philip A. & Fetrow, Becky & Jordan, Kathy, 2006. "Trouble on the journey home: Reunification failures in foster care," Children and Youth Services Review, Elsevier, vol. 28(3), pages 260-274, March.
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