volume 28, issue 2, P56-58 1981
DOI: 10.1177/026455058102800206
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Bob Anderson

Abstract: Probation Officer, CheltenhamWhen their eloquence escapes you Their logic ties you up and rapes you De do do do De da da da is all I want to say to you (Police) Words are confusing. The same words are seldom interpreted in the same way by two people and the verbally skilled can easily confuse the less articulate. Social workers are often more skilled in this area than their clients and find it easy to out talk them, fill the gaps and fill the client with confusion. Much of social work is communicating. In …

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