volume 27, issue 4, P142-142 1980
DOI: 10.1177/026455058002700411
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Abstract: case work derived from the behaviourist school and open to effectiveness testing, appears little used and even frowned on. ' &dquo;Radical&dquo; social work is criticised both in its promulgation (&dquo;their almost total inability to deliver their revolutionary message in words comprehensible to anyone save secondrate graduates in sociology&dquo;) and in its operation (described as a &dquo;fun-revolu-tion&dquo;). A Committee of Inquiry into social work is called for, and so, presumably because they do not wa…

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