We are grateful to Professor Alex Gitterman and his Doctoral practice classes, who not only reacted to our ideas, but provided valuable examples of successes and failures in socializing clients. We also wish to thank our colleagues in the Columbia University School of Social Work Faculty Seminars, in particular Rita Black, Irving Lukoff, Carol Meyer, and Sam Miller, whose reaction to various ideas sharpened our thinking about the socialization process. Finally, we wish to thank John Harney at Auburn House for encouraging us to turn our thoughts into a book; Margaret M. Maybury and Andrew Schub of Greenwood Publishing, and Ina Alcabes for their help in preparing the manuscript for publication.
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Publication information: Book title: Client Socialization:The Achilles' Heel of the Helping Professions. Contributors: James A. Jones - Author, Abraham Alcabes - Author. Publisher: Auburn House. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1993. Page number: xv.
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