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  • MASSON, HELEN; MORRISON, TONY (Oxford University Press, 1991)
  • COTTLE, THOMAS J.; Thomas J. Cottle is an attached staff member of the Adult Department of The Tavistock Clinic, London. He is also a visitor of the Hampstead Child Therapy Clinic, London. His recent books include Black Children, White Dreams; A Family Album; Busing; Barred from School; and Perceiving Time: A Psychological Study with Men and Women. His last contribution to this journal was in Spring 1977. (Oxford University Press, 1978)
  • JONES, HOWARD; Howard Jones, Professor of Social Administration, University College, Cardiff, is also a qualified and experienced social worker. He is the author of the first British criminology text, Crime and the Penal System, and of many subsequent books and articles on criminology and social work. He has currently in the press Crime, Race and Culture (John Wiley), and Society Against Crime, of which he is editor (Penguin) (Oxford University Press, 1981)
  • TAYLOR, IMOGEN; Imogen Taylor is currently employed as a Research Fellow, Department of Social Work, University of Bristol. Her task is to evaluate a new approach to social work education implemented in 1990. Ms Taylor is also a Doctoral candidate in the Department of Social Work; her research focus is the experience of mature women students in professional education. Prior to joining the staff at the University of Bristol. Ms Taylor was a Social Work Practice Professor at the University of Toronto, Canada, where she had worked as a social worker for ten years in addition to completing her MSW. (Oxford University Press, 1993)
  • WEL, FRITS VAN; Frits van Wel is working at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Utrecht (the Netherlands). His thesis, Gezinnen onder toezicht (Families under supervision), was published in 1988 (Amsterdam: SUA). (Oxford University Press, 1992)
  • HARRIS, ROBERT J.; Robert Harris is a lecturer in social work and social policy at Leicester University. (Oxford University Press, 1980)
  • LISHMAN, JOYCE; Joyce Lishman read PPE at St. Hilda's College, Oxford, and gained a diploma in social work at Edinburgh. She has been senior social worker at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh (where the study was carried out), and also at the Young People's Unit, Edinburgh. Her specialization has been with young people and families in a hospital setting. After the birth of a daughter, she worked part time at a plastic surgery unit of the Sick Children's Hospital in Edinburgh. She now lives in Aberdeen and is engaged in research into how social workers assess and how they behave towards their clients. (Oxford University Press, 1978)
  • SHAW, IAN F.; University CollegeCardiff (Oxford University Press, 1985)
  • COHEN, BEN-ZION; Ben-Zion Cohen is Lecturer and Head of the BSW Program at the School of Social Work. University of Haifa, Israel. He holds the B.Sc. degree from Columbia University (1959), the M.S.W. from the University of California at Los Angeles (1961), and the Ph.D from Bryn Mawr College (1981). He practiced for nearly twenty years at the Adult Probation Service in Haifa. (Oxford University Press, 1985)
  • HOLBROOK, DAPHNE; Daphne Holbrook is a senior social worker in Southwark Social Services Department and works in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital, where she is involved in clinical work, teaching and research. She graduated from Durham University and then obtained a Diploma in Mental Health at the London School of Economics. Her social work experience has been in different settings in the field of child psychiatry. In October 1977 she started a research project, sponsored by CCETSW, to investigate self image, identity formation and family ties of long term fostered and adopted children. (Oxford University Press, 1978)
  • GODA, D. F.; David Goda is working at Edinburgh University on the statistical analysis of social work data for Scotland. After lecturing in statistics at Aberdeen University, he was for over four years a statistician in the Social Work Services Group of the Scottish Education Department, where he was closely involved in the design and implementation of the ‘Martin’ system of social work statistics. (Oxford University Press, 1979)
  • JORDAN, BILL; Bill Jordan who has been a lecturer in social work at Exeter University since 1969, was a probation officer from 1965 to 1969. He continued on a part-time basis in the probation service until 1974 and since 1975 has worked part-time as a social worker at a psychiatric hospital in Exeter. (Oxford University Press, 1978)
  • PRINS, HERSCHEL; Herscbel Prins is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Work, Leicester University, where among other functions, he has responsibility for organizing the psychiatry teaching. He has worked as a probation officer, psychiatric social worker, probation inspector and has taught in further education and more recently in the university sector. He is the author of a large number of articles and of the following books: Social Work and Medical Practice (with Marion B. H. Whyte), Pergamon Press, 1972. Criminal Behaviour, Pitmans, 1973. Signs of Stress (with J. Wallace McCulloch), Collins, 1975. One of his special areas of interest is the relationship between mental disorder and criminal behaviour (Oxford University Press, 1975)
  • ADDISON, CAROLE; After working as a welfare officer with the Government of Fiji, Carole Addison trained at Sheffield University from 1968 to 1969. Since then she has worked as a youth leader, as the organiser of a voluntary counselling project, and as a social worker in a burns unit. Her present post is mainly concerned with the evaluation and development of social work practice. (Oxford University Press, 1982)
  • GUY, PHILIP (Oxford University Press, 1994)
  • INEICHEN, BERNARD; Bernard Ineichen MA PhD is the author of Mental Illness (Longmans, 1979) and various articles on mental health and mental handicap. Currently Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Mental Health, University of Bristol; former Research Worker with the Campaign for People with Mental Handicaps and Bath Health Authority. (Oxford University Press, 1986)
  • HUGHES, BEVERLEY; Beverley Hughes is a lecturer in social work at the University of Manchester. Most of her research and publications in recent years have concerned residential care, quality of life, and social work developments in relation to older people and their families. (Oxford University Press, 1993)