Innovations in teaching social work practice papers. by Workshop on Current Directions in the Teaching of Methods of Social Work Practice Cleveland 1969.

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Published by Council on Social Work Education in New York .

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StatementEdited by Lilian Ripple.
ContributionsRipple, Lilian, ed., Council on Social Work Education., Case Western Reserve University. School of Applied Social Sciences.
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LC ClassificationsHV11 .W73 1969
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Pagination89 p.
Number of Pages89
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Open LibraryOL4450084M
LC Control Number79112353

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