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Institute for Health Policy Studies (1993) Preventing teenage pregnancy University of Southampton 79pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Conference Proceedings).

McLaughlin, Eugene and Dallos, Rudi (eds.) (1993) Social problems and the family, London, GB, SAGE, 288pp.

Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1993) Volume 6, No. 4. Maastricht 1993: ENITH presents HUSITA 3 conference abstracts New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-69.

Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1993) Volume 7, No. 1. IT in education New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-28.

Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1993) Volume 7, Nos. 2/3. Software directory, 2nd edition New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-52.

Exworthy, Mark (1993) Community nursing: a background paper exploring current issues University of Southampton 38pp. , Southampton, GB (Wessex Research Consortium, Institute for Health Policy Studies Briefing Papers, 9).

Higgins, Joan (1993) The future of small hospitals in Britain University of Southampton 95pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Occasional Papers).

Lowe, Kate and McLaughlin, Eugene (1993) An El Dorado of riches and a place of unpunished crime: the politics of penal reform in Hong Kong, 1877–1882 Criminal Justice History: An Annual Review, 14, pp. 57-91.

McLaughlin, Eugene and Mucnie, John (1993) The silent revolution: market-based criminal justice in England and Wales The Australian Socio-Legal Journal, 9, (1), pp. 4-14.

McLaughlin, Eugene and Murji, Karim (1993) Controlling the bill: restructuring the police in the 1990s Critical Social Policy, 13, (1), pp. 95-103.

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