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Bill Reid

(1928—2003)


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(1928–2003) William J. Reid of the School of Social Welfare was a Distinguished Professor at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. He was nationally and internationally acclaimed as one of the most influential leaders, educators, practitioners, theorists, researchers, and scholars in the field of social welfare for his work in the implementation of empirical methods in the development and testing of new intervention strategies in social work, which was instrumental in bringing systematic knowledge to bear on practice and education in the field.

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From Encyclopedia of Social Work in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Social Work.



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