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Social Work Practices for Children, Youth and Families in Portugal: Challenges and Approaches

Overview of attention for article published in Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, May 2019
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Social Work Practices for Children, Youth and Families in Portugal: Challenges and Approaches
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Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, May 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10560-019-00620-z
Authors

Fernando H. Serra, Maria I. Carvalho, Carla Pinto, Mary E. Rauktis

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#10,643,759
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#183
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#177,089
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#9
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