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The involuntary civil commitment of mentally ill adults : understanding the legal rights of candidates for commitment and persons so confined as a tool for enhancing social workers ability to participate in commitment and release decisions, by Ian J. Carlson

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The involuntary civil commitment of mentally ill adults : understanding the legal rights of candidates for commitment and persons so confined as a tool for enhancing social workers ability to participate in commitment and release decisions
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The involuntary civil commitment of mentally ill adults
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understanding the legal rights of candidates for commitment and persons so confined as a tool for enhancing social workers ability to participate in commitment and release decisions
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by Ian J. Carlson
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Carlson, Ian J
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--SUNY, Albany, 2001
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The involuntary civil commitment of mentally ill adults : understanding the legal rights of candidates for commitment and persons so confined as a tool for enhancing social workers ability to participate in commitment and release decisions, by Ian J. Carlson
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132 leaves
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The involuntary civil commitment of mentally ill adults : understanding the legal rights of candidates for commitment and persons so confined as a tool for enhancing social workers ability to participate in commitment and release decisions, by Ian J. Carlson
Publication
Extent
132 leaves
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Microfiche.

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