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- Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work
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Social Work Values and Ethics Issues of Universality
Frederic G. The recent ratification of a new NASW Code of Ethics—the most ambitious set of ethical guidelines in social work's history—marks an important stage in the profession's development.
This article traces the evolution of ethical norms, principles, and standards in social work during four stages in the profession's history: 1 the morality period, 2 the values period, 3 the ethical theory and decision-making period, and 4 the ethical standards and risk management period.
In the past years, social work has moved from a preoccupation with clients' morality and values to the formulation of comprehensive ethical guidelines for practice. In recent years social work has also developed rich conceptual frameworks and practical resources to help practitioners identify, assess, and address complex ethical issues. Implications of these developments for the profession are explored, particularly in light of social work's commemoration of its th anniversary.
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Code of Ethics
Social Work pp Cite as. Getting to grips with social work values and ethics is rather like picking up a live, large and very wet fish out of running stream. Even if you are lucky enough to grab a fish, the chances are that just when you think you have caught it, the fish will vigorously slither out of your hands and jump back in the stream. No doubt there are other reasons for not picking up this particular fish! This conjunction is suggestive of a duty upon social workers to understand both ethics and social work. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
Anyone can learn for free on OpenLearn, but signing-up will give you access to your personal learning profile and record of achievements that you earn while you study. Start this free course now. Just create an account and sign in. Enrol and complete the course for a free statement of participation or digital badge if available. As a profession, social work requires a specific qualification and registration with a professional regulatory body. Each of the four nations of the UK has a different regulatory body, each with its own set of standards and codes of practice that all registered social workers have to adhere to.
The Code of Ethics states the values and ethical principles on which the profession is based. The Association has a duty to ensure as far as possible that its members discharge their ethical obligations and are afforded the professional rights necessary for the safeguarding and promotion of the rights of people who use social work services. People who use social work services may be individuals children, young people or adults , families or other groups or communities. Social workers have a responsibility to promote and work to the Code of Ethics in carrying out their obligations to people who use social work services, to their employers, to one another, to colleagues in other disciplines and to society. The Association commends and promotes the Code of Ethics to all social workers, educators and employers of social workers in the UK. This Code of Ethics replaces the version.
Practising values in social work
Обычно лучистые и ясные, сейчас его глаза казались усталыми, тусклыми. Сколько я уже тут кручусь. Однако считать ему не хотелось.
О юристах, фанатичных борцах за гражданские права, о Фонде электронных границ - они все приняли в этом участие, но дело в другом. Дело в людях. Они потеряли веру.
Больше ему никто не помешает.
Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work
Сьюзан ничего не чувствовала. Неужели он ее трогает. Она не сразу поняла, что он пытается застегнуть верхнюю пуговицу ее блузки. - Сьюзан, - позвал он, задыхаясь. - Ты должна помочь мне выбраться отсюда. Она ничего не понимала. Все это было лишено всякого смысла.
Он огляделся - кругом царил хаос. Наверху включились огнетушители. ТРАНСТЕКСТ стонал. Выли сирены. Вращающиеся огни напоминали вертолеты, идущие на посадку в густом тумане. Но перед его глазами был только Грег Хейл - молодой криптограф, смотрящий на него умоляющими глазами, и выстрел.