Sustained Care of the Cultural Heritage Against Pollution

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And parents are more productive because less stressed at work, knowing their kids are being taken care of (and less prone to going mental over their financial stress). The making of parenthood into a science is to a large extent due to the intervention of the welfare state. Carole Bender, LCSW, Director of the Center on Child Welfare, Field Faculty, J. The real extent of child abuse and neglect is unknown as a result of under-reporting, erratic research, an uncoordinated record-keeping system, and the lack of a central register.

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Publisher: Council of Europe; 1 edition (January 10, 2001)

ISBN: 9287142335

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