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Volume 4, No. 1

Volume 4, No. 1
Volume 4, No. 1
The Missing Links in Social Service Department's Information Technology Strategies

Information Technology:
Can It Benefit Handicapped People?

SOSCIS: Three Years On

The Development of Human Service Information Technology: The Experiences of the UK, USA and Australia Compared

Computer-Controlled Psychological Testing:
Moving Forward with Caution or Enthusiasm?
0950-0684
1-33
Rafferty, Jackie
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Rafferty, Jackie
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Rafferty, Jackie (ed.) (1988) Volume 4, No. 1. New Technology in the Human Services, 1-33.

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The Missing Links in Social Service Department's Information Technology Strategies

Information Technology:
Can It Benefit Handicapped People?

SOSCIS: Three Years On

The Development of Human Service Information Technology: The Experiences of the UK, USA and Australia Compared

Computer-Controlled Psychological Testing:
Moving Forward with Caution or Enthusiasm?

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Published date: 1988
Organisations: Social Sciences

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/387961
ISSN: 0950-0684
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