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Justice, Genes and Welfare: Are Intergenerational relationships toxic?
Posted on December 2, 2013 by Centre for Medical Humanities
Francis Thirlway reports on the BSA Family Studies Group and Youth Studies Group Seminar “Justice, Genes and Welfare: Are Intergenerational relationships toxic?” (28 Nov 2013): Intergenerational relations increasingly seem to be called into question in contemporary society, highlighted as centrally … Continue reading →
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