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Using contract in social work practice

Derrick Carter

Using contract in social work practice

by Derrick Carter

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Published by DeptSoc. Admin and Soc. Work, Univ. Nottingham in Nottingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: University of Nottingham Department of Social Administration and Social Work.

Statementby Derrick Carter, Audrey Mullender, Geoff Maccabee.
SeriesSocial work studies -- no.4
ContributionsMullender, Audrey., Maaccabee, Geoff., University of Nottingham. Department of Social Administration and Social Work.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13961099M

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