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An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews

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An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews. / Irvine, A; Sainsbury, R; Drew, P; Toerien, M.

4 p. London : Department for Work and Pensions. 2010. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Summary).

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Irvine, A, Sainsbury, R, Drew, P & Toerien, M 2010, An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews. Department for Work and Pensions, London.

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Irvine, A., Sainsbury, R., Drew, P., & Toerien, M. (2010). An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews. Department for Work and Pensions.

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Irvine A, Sainsbury R, Drew P, Toerien M. An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews. 2010. 4 p.

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Irvine, A ; Sainsbury, R ; Drew, P ; Toerien, M. / An exploratory comparison of the interactions between advisers and younger and older clients during Work Focused Interviews. 2010. London : Department for Work and Pensions. 4 p. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Summary).

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