volume 17, issue 2, P63-63 1971
DOI: 10.1177/026455057101700214
View full text

Abstract: 63 extremely thin and there is little or no reference either to research or other work in this field, either British or American. Nor indeed is the tremendous increase in the number of enquiries undertaken by probation officers in the past ten years properly appreciated and its implications discussed in more than a lamentably superficial manner.The authors, though excessively prone to proclaim that this or that practice should be followed, without indicating why or discussing possible contrary views, are them…

expand abstract