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The Significance of Money in the Child-Placing Agency's Work with the Child, Own Parents, and Foster-Parents

The Significance of Money in the Child-Placing Agency's Work with the Child, Own Parents, and Foster-Parents

Social Service Review 15(3): 484-496

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DOI: 10.2307/30013705

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