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Volume 5, Issue 1 (1987)

Volume 5 of Clinical Sociology Review continues the tradition of organizing contributions into five general areas: History of Clinical Sociology, Theories of Clinical Sociology, Practice of Clinical Sociology, Teaching of Clinical Sociology, and Book Reviews. As in years past, the division among these areas is somewhat arbitrary since there is overlap among the focus of the articles. Volume 5 has a higher proportion of contributions on practice, and less on teaching than in previous volumes. The reasons for this are not clear, but the distribution of articles published does reflect the distribution of articles received.

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Editor's Preface

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About the Authors

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About the Authors
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History of Clinical Sociology

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The Whyte Line
Jan M. Fritz

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Practice of Clinical Sociology

Teaching of Clinical Sociology

Book Reviews

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The Disabled State
S. Randi Randolph

Back Matter

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Editor

David J. Kallen, Michigan State University

Associate Editor

John Glass

Assistant Editors

Louisa Howe, Psychomotor Institute

John Bruhn, University of Texas Medical Branch

Book Review Editor

Howard Rebach