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In-text: (Bateman and Hazel p1-p19)
Your Bibliography: Bateman, Dr Tim, and Professor Neal Hazel. ENGAGING YOUNG PEOPLE IN RESETTLEMENT. Salford: Beyond Youth Custody partnership, 2013. Web. 16 Jan. 2015. Beyond Youth Custody.
In-text: (Clark and Dugdale p3-p11)
Your Bibliography: Clark, Christina, and George Dugdale. Literacy Changes Lives. London: National Literacy Trust, 2008. Web. 16 Jan. 2015. The Role Of Literacy In Offending Behaviour.
Your Bibliography: Gee, Ricky. "‘Self’ And ‘Other’." 2014. Presentation.
Your Bibliography: Grayling, Chris. "Greater Focus On Education In Youth Estate - Press Releases - GOV.UK." Gov.uk. N.p., 2013. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.
In-text: (K and R p3-p11)
Your Bibliography: K, Wheldall, and Watkins R. Literacy Levels Of Male Juvenile Justice Detainees. London: Harriette Curtis, 2004. Web. 16 Jan. 2015. Neighbourhood Justice Centre Report.
In-text: (Khaleque and Rohner 103-115)
Your Bibliography: Khaleque, A., and R. P. Rohner. "Transnational Relations Between Perceived Parental Acceptance And Personality Dispositions Of Children And Adults: A Meta-Analytic Review." Personality and Social Psychology Review 16.2 (2011): 103-115. Web.
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