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H Social Sciences
HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology
HV11 Social work education
HV1421 Young adults. Youth. Teenagers
HV1551 People with disabilities
HV3176 Special classes. By race or ethnic group
HV40 Social service. Social work. Charity organization and practice
HV4023 Poor in cities. Slums
HV4480 Mendicancy. Vagabondism. Tramps. Homelessness
HV4701 Protection of animals. Animal rights. Animal welfare
HV5001 Alcoholism. Intemperance. Temperance reform
HV530 The church and charity
HV544.5 International social work
HV551.2 Emergency management
HV5725 Tobacco habit
HV5800 Drug habits. Drug abuse
HV697 Protection, assistance and relief
HV7231 Criminal justice administration
HV7428 Social work with delinquents and criminals
HV7431 Prevention of crime, methods, etc.
HV7551 Police. Detectives. Constabulary
HV8290 Private security services
HV8301 Penology. Prisons. Corrections
HV8875 Education in prisons
HV9051 The juvenile offender. Juvenile delinquency
HV9261 Reformation and reclamation of adult prisoners
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Smith, C. A.
Living with insanity: narratives of poverty, pauperism and sickness in asylum records 1840-1876.
Hurren, E. T.
Poverty and Sickness in Modern Europe: Narratives of the Sick Poor, 1780-1938.
London: Continuum. pp. 117-142.
Local Area Agreement commissioned by Northampton Borough Council.
Smith, C. A.
Insanity and the ‘civilising process’: violence, the insane and asylums in the nineteenth century.
Watson, K. D.
Assaulting the Past: Violence in Historical Context.
Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 250-268.
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