Probation volume 15, issue 2, P67-67 1969 DOI: 10.1177/026455056901500214 View full text
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John Wallis

Abstract: In spite of the changing responsibility of the service, the probation officer will, because of his concern for humanity, as well as his professional duties, remain intensely interested in the problems of children. His clients will not only be adult social deviants who must be understood in terms of their own childhoods, but they will frequently also be parents. Separation from families and imprisonment will be very often the cause of stress in his clients. The first two of these small books therefore have muc…

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