Human Services Integration
Creators:Redburn, F. Stevens
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v77, n6 (November, 1977), 266-266
The fashionable phrase, human services integration, has many possible operational meanings. It is especially important to distinguish between integration as a set of administrative techniques or structural arrangements, on the one hand, and integration as a characteristic of services or their manner of delivery, on the other. This leaves open the possibility of empirically testing how certain structural changes might affect the delivery of services.
Author Institution: Center for Urban Studies, Youngstown State University
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