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The reform ambitions of the Ghent orphan houses after the Second World War (1945-1984)

Lieselot De Wilde (UGent) and Bruno Vanobbergen (UGent)
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De Wilde, Lieselot, and Bruno Vanobbergen. 2015. “The Reform Ambitions of the Ghent Orphan Houses After the Second World War (1945-1984).” In It’s for Your Own Good : Researching Youth Justice Practices, ed. Jenneke Christiaens, 303–318. Brussels: VUB Press.
APA
De Wilde, Lieselot, & Vanobbergen, B. (2015). The reform ambitions of the Ghent orphan houses after the Second World War (1945-1984). In Jenneke Christiaens (Ed.), It’s for your own good : researching youth justice practices (pp. 303–318). Brussels: VUB Press.
Vancouver
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De Wilde L, Vanobbergen B. The reform ambitions of the Ghent orphan houses after the Second World War (1945-1984). In: Christiaens J, editor. It’s for your own good : researching youth justice practices. Brussels: VUB Press; 2015. p. 303–18.
MLA
De Wilde, Lieselot, and Bruno Vanobbergen. “The Reform Ambitions of the Ghent Orphan Houses After the Second World War (1945-1984).” It’s for Your Own Good : Researching Youth Justice Practices. Ed. Jenneke Christiaens. Brussels: VUB Press, 2015. 303–318. Print.
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  author       = {De Wilde, Lieselot and Vanobbergen, Bruno},
  booktitle    = {It's for your own good : researching youth justice practices},
  editor       = {Christiaens, Jenneke},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {303--318},
  publisher    = {VUB Press},
  series       = {Criminologic Studies},
  title        = {The reform ambitions of the Ghent orphan houses after the Second World War (1945-1984)},
  year         = {2015},
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