The relative importance of wife abuse as a risk factor for violence against children.

  title={The relative importance of wife abuse as a risk factor for violence against children.},
  author={Emiko A. Tajima},
  journal={Child abuse \& neglect},
  volume={24 11},
  • E. Tajima
  • Published 1 November 2000
  • Psychology
  • Child abuse & neglect

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