Pryor, Jan
June 2009
Social Policy Journal of New Zealand;Jun2009, Issue 35, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the significant impact of social policies on families in New Zealand. According to the author, such policies could develop and sustain positive family relationships, which would also foster the development of socially involved young people who could contribute to the wellbeing of the community. The author also noted that well functioning families would have indirect impact on economic productivity.


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