A Reader on prevention and social policy
Canadian Council on Social Development, 1982 - Medical - 264 pages
First published in 1982, this book examines issues of prevention in a Canadian context, culling comment and experience from those deeply involved in human service delivery. It remains useful both to the student looking for an introduction to the subject as well as to practitioners and policy advisors looking for perspectives and developments in various spheres of human services. A Reader on Prevention and Social Policiesis a useful resource for those examining prevention as practised in the early 1980s.
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Chapter One Prescription for Prevention
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