Stress and satisfaction in the technological age
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Stress and satisfaction in the technological age Scottish Centre conference, Edinburgh, 12 December 1970. by

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Published by Institute of Welfare Officers in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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ContributionsInstitute of Welfare Officers (Conference) (1970 : Edinburgh, UK)
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Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL16015458M

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