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|Title:||Interpreting: One Size fits all? English Language as an essential component of social work|
|Author(s):||Lucas, Siân E|
|Citation:||Lucas SE (2016) Interpreting: One Size fits all? English Language as an essential component of social work. In: Williams C & Graham M (eds.) Social Work in a diverse Society: Transformatory Practice with black and minority ethnic individuals and communities. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 91-108. http://policypress.co.uk/social-work-in-a-diverse-society|
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