Probation volume 11, issue 3, P102-107 1965 DOI: 10.1177/026455056501100306 View full text
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S.J. Whitehouse

Abstract: THEY WERE ALREADY a group from which 1, the stranger, was excluded. In the first few weeks, after they had been transfcrrcd to my supervision from another officer, I had become accustomed to the noise of the waiting room quartet. It was a happy noise, laughter and conversation, which continued as one by one they entered my office. There, in the all too frequent silence, we listened together, the stranger and one temporarily isolated group member. There seemed to be no point of contact. They seemed to be &dquo…

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