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"Why Should I Leave?" Belgian emerging adults' departure from home

Bibliographic reference Kins, Evie ; De Mol, Jan ; Beyers, Wim. "Why Should I Leave?" Belgian emerging adults' departure from home. In: Journal of Adolescent Research, Vol. 29, no.1, p. 89-119 (2014)
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