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      A Longitudinal Study of Perceived Family Functioning and Adolescent Adjustment in Chinese Adolescents With Economic Disadvantage

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      Journal of Family Issues
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                Journal
                Journal of Family Issues
                Journal of Family Issues
                SAGE Publications
                0192-513X
                1552-5481
                June 30 2016
                June 30 2016
                May 2005
                : 26
                : 4
                : 518-543
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Chinese University of Hong Kong,
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                10.1177/0192513X04272618
                91c39341-4998-485f-ba53-4b3fa970173a
                © 2005

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