Modern reproductive innovations

Implications for fathers and children

W. Marsiglio

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationTilburg
PublisherWORC, Work and Organization Research Centre
Number of pages21
Volume94.05.016/6
Publication statusPublished - 1994

Publication series

NameWORC Paper

Keywords

  • Reproduction
  • Reproduction Innovations
  • miscellaneous issues

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Marsiglio, W. (1994). Modern reproductive innovations: Implications for fathers and children. (WORC Paper). Tilburg: WORC, Work and Organization Research Centre.
Marsiglio, W. / Modern reproductive innovations : Implications for fathers and children. Tilburg : WORC, Work and Organization Research Centre, 1994. 21 p. (WORC Paper).
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Marsiglio, W 1994, Modern reproductive innovations: Implications for fathers and children. WORC Paper, vol. 94.05.016/6, WORC, Work and Organization Research Centre, Tilburg.

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Tilburg : WORC, Work and Organization Research Centre, 1994. 21 p. (WORC Paper).

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