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The use of sociogram data in staff supervision

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The present team leader in House 19, Russ Daniels, has continued to use the sociogram method and has conducted research in this area. Further information may be obtained by writing to Russ Daniels, Team Leader House 19, Thistletown Regional Centre, 11 Farr Avenue, Rexdale, Ontario, Canada M9W, 1P1.

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Doherty, G. The use of sociogram data in staff supervision. Child Youth Care Forum 5, 19–26 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01554581

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  • Social Psychology
  • Staff Supervision