Probation Journal volume 26, issue 2, P70-71 1979 DOI: 10.1177/026455057902600216 View full text
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Charles Dodd

Abstract: 70 such a work, as a starting point. For this reason, therefore, I think that there is merit for a student on a generically-based social work course reading the book with a good chance of gaining an understanding of residential social work vis-a-vis fieldwork.For the more experienced fieldworker, however, I doubt that attitudes towards social work in institutions would be seriously challenged by this book.