examination of social service provision for lesbian clients

by Helen Griffin

Publisher: SCA (Education) in Surbiton

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Published in collaboration with the University of Warwick Department of Applied Social studies.

StatementHelen Griffin.
SeriesSocial care : papers for practice, Social care
ContributionsSCA (Education)., University of Warwick. Department of Applied Social Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination65p. ;
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21409445M
ISBN 101872586139

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