Youth's Family and Non-Family Roles as Predictors of Subjective Adulthood in Three Low-Income Agricultural Settings.

  title={Youth's Family and Non-Family Roles as Predictors of Subjective Adulthood in Three Low-Income Agricultural Settings.},
  author={Erick Axxe and Sarah R. Hayford and Natalie D. Eggum},
  journal={Journal of research on adolescence : the official journal of the Society for Research on Adolescence},
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