Children Living without Biological Parent
Formal Alternative Care Arrangements
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This study from Population, Space and Place provides the first estimates of the prevalence of parental absence via migration that are comparable across populations in contemporary Latin America.
This thesis paper employed qualitative methods to capture the online interaction of undergraduate volunteers as part of an undergraduate-student mentorship program. This program was developed to provide mentorship and tutoring for at-risk-youth at a foster care institution.