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People with Asperger's syndrome lead the way in how to work in a group
(Whiting and Birch, 2014)
This co-written article explores how a group of adults with Asperger's syndrome worked together with a neuro-typical researcher on a participatory research project. It claims that the group worked well because of, rather ...
Starting blocks: aspects of social education group work with young people.
(National Youth Bureau, 1982)
This study describes how some school non-attenders were brought together to form a social education group. The need for a disco on Manor Estate, Nottingham, was identified and the steps taken to achieve it are described ...