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The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England: challenges, opportunities and outcomes

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The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England : challenges, opportunities and outcomes. / Selwyn, Julie.

In: Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal, 01.12.2017.

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Selwyn, J 2017, 'The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England: challenges, opportunities and outcomes', Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal.

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Selwyn, J. (2017). The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England: challenges, opportunities and outcomes. Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal.

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Selwyn J. The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England: challenges, opportunities and outcomes. Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal. 2017 Dec 1.

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Selwyn, Julie. / The adoption of looked after maltreated children in England : challenges, opportunities and outcomes. In: Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal. 2017.

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