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Child, parent, and family predictors of child welfare services involvement among TANF applicant families

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  • Dworsky, Amy
  • Courtney, Mark E.
  • Zinn, Andrew

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  • Dworsky, Amy & Courtney, Mark E. & Zinn, Andrew, 2007. "Child, parent, and family predictors of child welfare services involvement among TANF applicant families," Children and Youth Services Review, Elsevier, vol. 29(6), pages 802-820, June.
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