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Community Rehabilitation Services for People with

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The authors present a series of case examples of how change occurred and was dealt with in a variety of human service organizations. The recent report of the Community and Voluntary Sector Working Party (2001:145) included in its "Phase Two work programme" a call for historical research in the area, and although my focus is the more structured side of such activity, it aims to provide a starting point for further, more empirical, research.

Pages: 471

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (May 16, 2014)


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