Facing connective complexity: a comparative study of the effects of kinship foster care and non-kinship foster care placements on the identity of African American adolescents

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Facing connective complexity: a comparative study of the effects of kinship foster care and non-kinship foster care placements on the identity of African American adolescents

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Title: Facing connective complexity: a comparative study of the effects of kinship foster care and non-kinship foster care placements on the identity of African American adolescents
Author: Schwartz, Ann Elizabeth
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Department: Social Work, School of
Subject: Foster children--Texas--Case studies Foster home care--Texas--Case studies African American children--Texas--Case studies African American teenagers--Texas--Case studies Identity (Psychology) in children--Texas--Case studies Identity (Psychology) in adolescence--Texas--Case studies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/2306
Date: 2005

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