volume 23, issue 1, P2-7 1976
DOI: 10.1177/026455057602300102
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Abstract: IT is not too much of a caricature to say that social workers and heads of field work departments want people to come off social work courses as qualified technicians ready to do the job with their feet on the ground, and that the training courses produce theoreticians with their heads in the clouds. Unfortunately, very often the clouds are always more than six feet above the ground, so that the head and the feet are never joined.Many books have been written trying to define what social work is about, but my …

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