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Volume 11, No. 2

Volume 11, No. 2
Volume 11, No. 2
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The social aspects of the information society; transmogrifying issues and approaches to social policy

Social work and information and communication technologies; the tortoise and the hare?

Using technology to forge new allegiances in social work education

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0950-0684
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Rafferty, Jackie
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Rafferty, Jackie
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Rafferty, Jackie (ed.) (1998) Volume 11, No. 2. New Technology in the Human Services, 1-24.

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Upfront

Papers

The social aspects of the information society; transmogrifying issues and approaches to social policy

Social work and information and communication technologies; the tortoise and the hare?

Using technology to forge new allegiances in social work education

Reviews

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Published date: 1998
Organisations: Social Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 386965
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/386965
ISSN: 0950-0684
PURE UUID: c98104f1-54fd-468c-a218-9feacbe3ebec

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Editor: Jackie Rafferty

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