Social Development: The Developmental Perspective in Social Welfare

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    Dedication

    IN MEMORY OF

    Kiruba Moodley and Betty J. Stewart

    Acknowledgements

    Many people have supported and facilitated my efforts to write this book. As usual, Dija encouraged my work. Harvill Eaton and Ed Zganjar backed this project from the beginning and helped me find time to write. Thanks also to Michelle Livermore, Jenny Poulter and Jim Albins who assisted in various ways. I am grateful to Jim Billups and Stewart MacPherson who reviewed the proposal and advised Sage to publish this book. Special thanks go to David Hill, Karen Phillips and Gillian Stern for having confidence in my ideas. Margaret Hardiman and Michael Sherradan gave helpful advice on the final manuscript. Margaret's fine eye for detail helped me avoid many errors while Michael's comments, particularly on theoretical issues, were incisive. Colin Hutchens was a supportive copy-editor and Nicola Harris managed the project through production. Julie Hodgkinson worked hard to ensure that the book was properly marketed. To them and many others who helped this book evolve and see completion, I am grateful.

    I have dedicated this book to the memory of two dear friends with whom I shared my ideas on many happy occasions. Both are sadly missed.

    JamesMidgleyBaton Rouge, Louisiana
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