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What does DSRU stand for?

DSRU stands for Dartington Social Research Unit (UK)

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00 Hardcover HV751 Practitioners and scholars of social services in Britain mark Bullock's retirement from four decades as a researcher by reflecting on the changing relationship during that time between research, policy, and practice in the areas that make up the new children's services and by noting the contribution to the field by the Dartington Social Research Unit, which he co-founded in 1968.
References UNICEF, Child Poverty in Perspective: An overview of child well-being in rich countries, Innocenti Report Card 7, Florence: UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, 2007 Helen Harris is a Researcher, Dartington Social Research Unit
References Hall C, Organisation and Outcome in Personal Social Services for Children, Totnes: Dartington Social Research Unit, 2002 Morpeth L, Organisation and Outcome in Children's Services, Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 2004 Roger Bullock is Commissioning Editor of Adoption & Fostering and a Fellow, Centre for Social Policy, Warren House Group at Dartington
References Sellick C and Thoburn J, 'Family placement services', in McNeish D et al, What Works with Children: Effective services for children and families, Buckingham: Open University Press, 2002 Sarah Blower is a Researcher, Dartington Social Research Unit