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Conference Papers

Three Years Later

1974

Wallerstein and her colleague Joan B. Kelly present a conference paper on their research at the 8th International Congress of the International Association for Child Psychiatry and Allied Professions.

Conference Paper Characteristics
AUDIENCE: Professors, scholars, and researchers in the field — provides an opportunity for the audience to hear about new research and provide informal critiques or suggestions about the research.
AUTHOR: Professor, scholar, or researcher in the field.
SELECTION PROCESS: Selected by the conference planning committee or the panel organizer (usually affiliated with a professional organization).
TIMELINESS: Very up-to-date; conference papers usually precede a published journal article.
CONTENT: Often reports on work in progress or presents completed findings in a rough draft format. May be published later in collected conference proceedings or revised and published as a journal article — or may never be published at all.
TYPE OF SOURCE: Secondary

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