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Editorial: British Journal of Social Work 39(5)

By Eric Blyth and Helen Masson


The ten papers in this issue continue our practice of presenting a varied mix of articles, on this occasion focusing on both qualitative and quantitative research in child and family social work, mental health, disability and two theoretical papers providing, first, a critical look at the contribution of the work of Jurgen Habermas to social work and, second, a discussion concerning the language of social work. While, as is usual for the British Journal of Social Work, most papers have UK authorship, international representation is achieved by contributions from Australia, the Republic of Ireland, Sweden and the US

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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Year: 2009
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