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Massaro contends that ethicists too often focus on strictly theoretical concerns rather than engaging concrete social and political issues, while public policy experts are uncomfortable drawing ethical judgments about legislation. The families who are eligible for services may also vary, with some home visiting programs serving families starting as early as the prenatal stage. For developing nations this is a particularly challenging problem.

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Publisher: National Rivers Authority (June 1992)

ISBN: 1873160224

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