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Maltreated children with mental health needs: Does coordination between child welfare agencies and mental health providers improve their outcomes?
Characteristic predictors of parental stress in special needs children adopted out of the U.S. foster care system
Identity as a framework for metaphor use in cancer messages designed for rural, low-income, older adult women
The privatization of political influence: Professional grassroots lobbying in the United States
Exploring organizational purpose, functions, and structures: A case study of a community health foundation as community partner
The effects of welfare eligibility and abortion restrictions on the pregnancy decisions of young women
Time poverty, work characteristics and the transition to food insecurity among low-income households
IT policies for development: Analysis and recommendations of Free Libre Open Source Software initiatives of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
International student access to U.S. higher education since World War II: How NAFSA (Association of International Educators) has influenced federal policy
Problem definition and agenda setting among Pennsylvania's municipal governments: Sex offender residency restriction ordinances
The decline of suicide in Sweden: 1950--2000
Social well-being in the Appalachian coalfields
Silent voices: Homeless veterans' educational experiences and perceptions on idealized design of schools
Policy implementation and technological literacy: A case study
Are NGOs making a difference? A community approach to measuring non-government organizations (NGOs) effectiveness in Nepal
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