volume 22, issue 2, P55-57 1975
DOI: 10.1177/026455057502200208
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John Goslin

Abstract: 55 and so on. In conclusion I have regarded the learning of communication skills as a continuous process in staff development and have argued that it is a desirable thing to do because communication is central in a range of activities including social work, administration and teaching. I have briefly reviewed some of the resources available for learning although we are not sufhciently clear about the nature of the skills involved and therefore learning objectives are not always explicit. The main concern in t…

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