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Australian community development : ideas, skills and values for the 90s / by John Ward
Bib ID 1606634
Format BookBook
Author
Ward, E. John (Edwin John)
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description Windsor, Vic. : Partnership Press ; Windsor, Vic. : Community Quarterly, [1994], c1993 
xxvi, 313 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646164510
Notes

"with extracts from a variety of works dealing with issues like consultation strategies, empowering consumers, the crisis in rural health, the value of establishing worker owned co-operatives, British community development, feminism and community work, green politics, local councils and community development and more."

"January 1994" -- Cover.

Bibliography: p. 312-313.

Subjects Community development -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Community Quarterly
Available From Available from Community Quarterly, PO box 1042, Windsor VIC 3181. 

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