Community adversity and resilience

the distribution of social disadvantage in Victoria and New South Wales and the mediating role of social cohesion
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StatementTony Vinson.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsJesuit Social Services (Organization : (Richmond, Vic.)), Ignatius Centre for Social Policy and Research (Richmond, Vic.)
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LC ClassificationsHV474.V54 V56 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3374832M
ISBN 100975191500
LC Control Number2004463856

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