The Changing Understanding of the ‘Person in Environment’ in Organizing Public Social Work Practice
Närhi, K. (2017). The Changing Understanding of the ‘Person in Environment’ in Organizing Public Social Work Practice. In A.-L. Matthies, & K. Närhi (Eds.), The Ecosocial Transition of Societies : The Contribution of Social Work and Social Policy (pp. 301-318). Routledge.
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