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Voluntary association - a formally organized social group or private, non-governmental common interest organization that tends to be more formal and viewed anthropologically as an adaptive or survival mechanism. The agency is approved as a state care provider and offers counseling, tutoring, as well as services to developmentally disabled and sexually aggressive children. Protection of women and children flowed from the original Poor Law as had protection and liberation of male adult workers.

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Publisher: Pentagon Press (November 30, 2007)

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