Citizens, Families and Reform

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Protected employment opportunities need to run concurrently with measures designed to remove discrimination and create equal opportunities for people with disabilities in the open labour market. However, the formulation of policy is a slow process. The preparation of young people for the specialized tasks of the new society can no longer be carried to completion within the family; specialized educational institutions become necessary. Show Me Book Not Available/Not Owned by the Rutgers Libraries?

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Publisher: Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (March 27, 1997)

ISBN: 0198290829

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