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Like a Parent and a Friend, but Not the Father: A Qualitative Study of Stepfathers’ Experiences in the Stepfamily

Bibliographic reference Blyaert, Lies ; Van Parys, Hanna ; De Mol, Jan ; Buysse, Ann. Like a Parent and a Friend, but Not the Father: A Qualitative Study of Stepfathers’ Experiences in the Stepfamily. In: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy : innovative and contextual approaches to human problems, Vol. 37, no.1, p. 119-132 (2016)
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