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Harvard Univ., Boston, MA. Examines the impact of work on individuals, families, and societies from around the world. Text discusses occupational risks (physical, chemical, biological, and social) and provides a detailed analysis of how working conditions can dramatically influence the health and welfare of family members in both developing and industrial societies.
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