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    • Abstract:
      The patterns of interorganizational relationships among organizations that deal with problem youth are examined. The relationships take different forms, depending upon whether they are mandated by law, based on a formal agreement, or are voluntary. Interorganizational coordination is related to different forms of interaction in the relationships among the organizations, depending upon the basis of the relationships. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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