2 edition of Measuring results in social casework : a manual on judging movement found in the catalog.
Measuring results in social casework : a manual on judging movement
J. McVicker Hunt
|Statement||by J. McV. Hunt, Leonard S. Kogan ; [prepared with the collaboration of John Dollard and the Joint Committee on Measuring Movement, Community Service Society of New York]|
|Contributions||Kogan, Leonard S., Family Service Association of America.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||79|
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