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Welfare aspects of desertion : a casework evaluation of the effects of desertion on family life, based on a sample group of cases from public and private agencies
The present study examines welfare problems of desertion of one parent of either sex, from the standpoint of both public and private welfare agencies. Deserted families come to the attention of welfare societies because of economic need, marital problems, and maladjusted children in their homes. The public agency may provide (a) temporary financial assistance while endeavouring to contact the deserter, and (b) protection services for the children in the home. Generally, the focus of the privatedoi:10.14288/1.0106494 fatcat:4mkafbltybbcxonhg2n7did4na