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Reply to "Do We Always Practice What We Preach? Real Vampires' Fears of Coming Out of the Coffin to Social Workers and Helping Professionals."
Critical Social Work
This reply analyzes criticism of the article "Do We Always Practice What We Preach? Real Vampires' Fears of Coming Out of the Coffin to Social Workers and Helping Professionals" published in Critical Social Work (2015), 16(1) by DJ Williams and Emily E. Prior. That article was widely publicized and received a seemingly disproportionate amount of criticism from both religious and secular voices. This reply applies Peter Berger's notion of anomie to suggest that critics of the article feltdoi:10.22329/csw.v17i2.5904 fatcat:a66th4emknbiff2bgntfwi53je