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Ethical issues in social work It has always been recognised that the practice of social work raises ethical questions and dilemmas. Recently, however, traditional ways of addressing ethical issues in social work have come to seem inadequate, as a result of developments both in philosophy and in social work theory and practice.
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Social Work Values
Felix Biestek  — was an American priest and professor who made significant contributions to the field of social work during its period of expansion following World War II. He was ordained in He earned a master's degree in sociology at St. Louis University and a master's degree and doctorate in social work at Catholic University of America in Washington D. He served for over 30 years as a Professor of Social Work at Loyola. He also served on the National Commission on Social Work as chairman of its committee on accreditation.
The first social work text I ever read before commencing my training was The Casework Relationship Biestek, His premise that social work morals were based on respect for persons that required conviction that man sic. It was therefore with some relief that I came across this slim volume that not only problematized Biestek's theistic argument, but also presented and deconstructed other positions. Despite the use of casework in the title, Plant focuses on the theoretical principles that should inform the purpose and practices of social work, albeit as an individualized and interpersonal process. Throughout the text, he tussles with the implications of his premise that social work revolves around the dual concern of the Most users should sign in with their email address.
Moving Away from Social Work and Half Way Back Again: New Research on Skills in Probation
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26 Ethics and Values in Social Work since the principles have been so influential, it may be useful to summarise them here (adapted from Biestek ). 1.
Self-determination is a curious concept, related to, but not quite the same as, freedom and autonomy. As an ethical principle, the principle of self-determination bears little relationship to the way social workers behave. It is used as if clients were being allowed a free, independent choice; but clients are subject to pressure, and the social work relationship is often conceived within a structure of authority. As a guide to practice, the concept of self-determination ignores the cases where direction is legitimate or desirable. Self-determination can be seen as a professional ideology—an inter-related set of values and ideas.
Research on social work in the criminal justice system was well represented in the social work literature until the s.
Development Of Social Work Ethics
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