Basic Statistics and Epidemiology: A Practical Guide

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However smart they are, from a social perspective children do not really count until maturity. Then all of a sudden society expects responsibility, independence and in particular, commitment. This viewpoint, shared by so many children and young people today, is the basis of much disaffection among youth. This miscalculation, and how to combat it, is the major theme of this book. The social qualities expected of young people do not come to them automatically. Children need to be guided through social experiences to develop ...

Basic Statistics and Epidemiology: A Practical Guide 1996, Radcliffe Publishing Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781857755893

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