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Children’s experiences and meaning construction on parental divorce: A focus group study

Bibliographic reference Maes, Sofie DJ ; De Mol, Jan ; Buysse, Ann. Children’s experiences and meaning construction on parental divorce: A focus group study. In: Childhood : a global journal of child research, Vol. 19, no.2, p. 266-279 (2011)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/187467
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