An evaluation of the first semester of a special project, "Professional Studies in Social Work with Emphasis on Social Deviation and Criminology," undertaken by the Graduate School of Social Work, University of Puerto Rico on October 9, 1972. The evaluation report includes recommendations for future project development and implementation. 17 pp.
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