volume 26, issue 3, P103-104 1979
DOI: 10.1177/026455057902600310
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Bruce Hugman

Abstract: 103 ways a subjective and personal book and although its focus is on the concrete realities of helping people in difficulty, the language is occasionally evocative rather than specific. Determined sceptics will not be convinced about the value of &dquo;communication between the middles of ourselves&dquo; and the book has already been the subject of some hostile reviews. The book's main use will be in helping people already involved in social work to reflect on what they are actually doing with and for their c…

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