Humor and Fun in Human Service Practice and Education
Humor and fun, although essential factors to emotional health, are two of the most neglected aspects of human service practice and education. This article is an attempt to provide human service professionals and educators with an understanding of and some practical guidelines for the uses of humor and fun. (Author/BF)
Human Service Education
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Furman, Rich, "Humor and Fun in Human Service Practice and Education" (2001). Social Work Publications. 168.
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