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organizational and legal context. by Open University. Social Work, Community Work and Society Course Team.

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Published by Open University Press in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


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SeriesSocial sciences, a second level course : social work, community work and society Block 2, unit 5, unit 6, DE206 5 and 6, Social sciences second level course : social work, community work and society
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Open LibraryOL17392342M
ISBN 10033507331X

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