de Montigny uses the tension between his experience of growing up 'working class' and the difficult process of becoming a social worker to explore the practical activities professionals use to secure organizational power and authority over clients.

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deMontigney, G. (1995). Social Working. An Ethnography of Front-line Practice. University of Toronto Press. doi:10.3138/9781442623361


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