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date: 04 December 2020

Ripple, Lillianlocked

(1911–1993)
  • Katherine A. KendallKatherine A. KendallCouncil on Social Work Education, Alexandria, VA (Ret.)

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Lillian Ripple (1911–1993) was a social work educator, scholar, and research specialist. In 1964 she produced a pioneering study of continuance and discontinuance in social treatment. In 1968 she became associate director of the Council on Social Work Education.

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