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Resetting the pendulum: Balanced, effective, accountable child protection systems and adoption reform In Australia Sammut J. (2017). Research report 33. Sydney: The Centre for Independent Studies. November. pp. 21.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  30 August 2018

Frank Ainsworth*
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Senior Principal Research Fellow (Adjunct), School of Social Work and Community Studies, James Cook University, Townsville campus, Queensland 4811, Australia.

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