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International Journal of Social Welfare 18:3, July 2009, pp 291-98, USA This article critically evaluates important legislative reforms in South Africa, which, at the height of the AIDS pandemic, are intended to reduce the need for removing children from their families or communities.
International Journal of Social Welfare, 11, 191-200.
International Journal of Social Welfare 12, 108-122 Betts, K.
International Journal of Social Welfare 17:4, October 2008, pp 301-11 Data from several national registers for ten entire birth cohorts (n > 1 million) were used to examine the representation of first generation immigrant children among first-time entries into out-of-home care (foster or residential care) at ages 7-12 and 13-17.
International Journal of Social Welfare 16:2, January 2007, pp 75-83, USA This article examines the current status of adoption in Korea and discusses the issues that must be addressed for future development.