So long and thanks for all the fish
Campbell, Alistair (2010) So long and thanks for all the fish. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 31 (1). pp. 1-3.
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[Extract] I am always a little bit uncertain as to what I should be writing in the editorial section for the ANZJFT. Some editors introduce editorial sections to emphasise personal/professional issues and concerns that they might have in a particular area. Others seem to focus on just introducing the articles that have been produced for a particular edition. For myself, I find that I use a mix of both of these in trying to explain the purpose of the edition and trying to provide a context or framework for you, the reader, in deciding which articles you might read and in which order. This particular editorial is both easier and harder to write as it is also my goodbye to you, as I am resigning from the position of editor. So in addition to telling you what is in this edition, it is also my intention to write my farewell.
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