Choices from the periphery: vulnerable people's responses to adversity and change
Rebecca F. Catalla, Delia Paul, Ngin Navirak, Socio-Cultural Vulnerability and Coping Strategies Research Project (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
UNICEF/AFSC, 2000 - Psychology - 76 pages
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