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family court, child maltreatment, intersectionality, disproportionate minority representation, therapeutic jurisprudence, critical ethnography
administrative hearings, welfare reform
Therapeutic jurisprudence, Family Court, child welfare
Family Court, Child maltreatment proceedings, caseworkers, judges, therapeutic jurisprudence
administrative justice, welfare fair hearings, discretion, welfare bureaucracies, administrative law judges, focused ethnography
family court, child maltreatment, ethnography
welfare, Goldberg v. Kelly, administrative hearings
nonprofits, poverty, social service delivery, help-seeking, food pantry use, stigma, qualitative research
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