volume 23, issue 4, P112-117 1976
DOI: 10.1177/026455057602300405
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Abstract: Finally, I briefly mention John M. and his common-law wife Dee. It shows the degree of disciplined focus and structure that we are still finding great difficulty in assimilating. John appeared in' court on his eighth offence, this time for a bizarre theft of an electric typewriter. He was drunk at the time, this being a frequent state for him to be m. Other problems included lack of work, debts, sexual difficulties in the marriage, and each doggedly feeling that each was working against the other. After a num…

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