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Strategies to enhance the coverage of adult and child sexual and domestic violence in New South Wales tertiary education institutions : final report / prepared by Eileen Baldry ... [et al.]
Bib ID 2452758
Format BookBook
Description [Kensington] : School of Social Work, UNSW, [1995] 
19 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0733412688
Notes

"October 1995".

Bibliography: p. 18.

Subjects Family violence -- New South Wales.  |  Sex crimes -- New South Wales.  |  Social work education -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Baldry, Eileen  |  University of New South Wales. School of Social Work
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Final report

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