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The Relationship Between Coping Styles, Attachment, and Career Salience in Partnered Working Women With Children

The Relationship Between Coping Styles, Attachment, and Career Salience in Partnered Working Women With Children

Journal of Career Assessment 6(4): 403-416

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DOI: 10.1177/106907279800600403

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