2 edition of Communicating with the public. found in the catalog.
Communicating with the public.
R. David Bolton
1979 by Social Work Advisory Group, Department of Health and Social Services (Northern Ireland) in Belfast .
Written in English
|Series||Personal social services in Northern Ireland -- no.7|
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