1 edition of Practising community care found in the catalog.
Practising community care
by University of Sheffield Department of Sociological Studies in Sheffield
Written in English
|Statement||Michael Bayley ... (and others).|
|Series||Neighbourhood Services Project-Dinnington paper -- No.11|
|Contributions||Bayley, Michael, 1936-, University of Sheffield. Department of Sociological Studies.|
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