Missing children: rhetoric and reality

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Lexington Books, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 305 pages
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Gets to the heart of the missing children phenomenon by revealing that the sources of the problem lie in America's basic social institutions--the family, the schools, and the neighborhood

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The Extent of the Problem
The Birth of a Social Problem
The Politics of Missing Children

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MARTIN L. FORST is a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Law and Social Policy at the URSA Institute in San Francisco.

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