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Ethics and value perspectives in social work

Mel Gray

Ethics and value perspectives in social work

by Mel Gray

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social service -- Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Social workers -- Professional ethics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Mel Gray, Stephen A. Webb.
    ContributionsGray, Mel, 1951-, Webb, Stephen A., 1956-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV10.5 .E8855 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23872863M
    ISBN 109780230221451
    LC Control Number2009047537
    OCLC/WorldCa316829257

    1. Ethical Issues in Social Work Principle-based Approaches to Social Work Ethics Character and Relationship-based Approaches to Social Work Ethics Ethics and Values in Relation to Social Work Practice and Theories Professional Codes of Ethics Users' Rights: Codes of Practice and the New Consumerism Ethics and Values in Social Work book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In a unique and student-friendly package, Ethics and Valu /5(8).

    The NASW Code of Ethics continues to be the most accepted standard for social work ethical practice worldwide. The NASW Code of Ethics offers a set of values, principles and standards to guide decision-making and everyday professional conduct of social workers. From an ethical perspective, attention to the problems of children and their families is also congruent with the Canadian mission and values of social work (Barsky, ;Reamer, a Reamer.

    social work values and ethics Download social work values and ethics or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get social work values and ethics book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Social workers should consider ethical theory and principles generally, social work theory and research, laws, regulations, agency policies, and other relevant codes of ethics, recognizing that among codes of ethics social workers should consider the NASW Code of Ethics as their primary source. Social workers also should be aware of the impact on ethical decision making of their clients' and their own personal values and cultural and religious beliefs and practices.


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Ethics and value perspectives in social work by Mel Gray Download PDF EPUB FB2

This comprehensive text explores a full range of perspectives on values in social work. Divided into four reader friendly parts, the authors consider practice, moral, social and spiritual value perspectives, highlighting their impact on and contribution to thinking and intervention in social working/5(3).

This agenda setting text explores a broad range of value perspectives and their impact on and contribution to social work thinking on ethics. Including new perspectives, such as Islam, and drawing on international contributors, this is essential reading for all social work students studying ethics and values.

This agenda setting text explores a broad range of value perspectives and their impact on and contribution to social work thinking on ethics. Including new perspectives, such as Islam, and drawing on international contributors, this is essential reading for all social work students studying ethics and values/5(2).

"This agenda-setting text explores a broad range of value perspectives and their impact on and contribution to social work thinking on ethics. Including new perspectives, such as Islam, and drawing on international contributors, this is essential reading for all social work students studying ethics and values"--Provided by publisher.

Ethics and Values in Social Work successfully synthesizes the complex ideas and concepts that characterize social work's value base. Written with Banks' trademark accessibility and theoretical rigour, this book will continue to be an invaluable resource for all students, educators and practitioners of social work.

Ethics and value perspectives in social work. This agenda setting text explores a broad range of value perspectives and their impact on and contribution to social work thinking on ethics.

Including new perspectives, such as Islam, and drawing on international contributors, this is essential. Welcome to the companion website for Ethics and Values in Social Work, by Dr. Allan E. Barsky. When used in conjunction with the textbook, this website will provide instructors with the best understanding and use of the concepts within.

The Instructor Resources are broken down into 16 chapters. Buy Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work by Gray, Mel, Webb, Stephen A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(4). Ethics in an age of austerity: Social work and the evolving New Public Management This article examines the growth of interest in social work ethics in the context of neo-liberal policies and the Author: Sarah Jane Banks.

For decades, teachers and practitioners have turned to Frederic G. Reamer’s Social Work Values and Ethics as the leading introduction to ethical decision making, dilemmas, and professional conduct in practice. A case-driven, concise, and comprehensive textbook for undergraduate and graduate social work programs, this book surveys the most critical issues for social work by:   Ethics and Values in Social Work offers a clear and systematic account of professional ethics in relation to social work practice, framed within a global context.

Having sold o copies across its lifetime, this is a thoroughly revised edition of a modern social work classic from a leading international author/5. Ethics and Values in Social Work successfully synthesizes the complex ideas and concepts that characterize social work's value base. Written with Banks' trademark accessibility and theoretical rigour, this book will continue to be an invaluable resource for all students, educators and practitioners of social work/5(37).

Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Ethics and Values is a comprehensive exploration and assessment of current and future issues facing social work practice and education. It is the first book to codify ethical practices for social workers from across the globe and in myriad workplace settings.

This groundbreaking book examines the ways in which questions of culture and diversity impact on the values and ethics of social work. Using detailed case studies to illustrate key points for practice, Richard Hugman discusses how social workers can develop cross-cultural engagement in practice and work creatively with the tensions it sometimes.

This is the leading introduction to professional values and ethics in social work. Frederic G. Reamer provides social workers with a succinct and comprehensive overview of the most critical issues relating to professional values and ethics, including the nature of social work values, ethical dilemmas, and professional misconduct.1/5(1).

The authors aim to help students and practitioners reassess the limitations of contemporary approaches to social work ethics which, they suggest, circumscribe a narrow values agenda. They hope to open up thinking about values and ethics to a much fuller range of ethical and value perspectives in social work.

Divided into four parts, the authors encourage a comparative and critically reflective. "This groundbreaking book examines the ways in which questions of culture and diversity impact on the values and ethics of social work. Using detailed case studies to illustrate key points for practice, Richard Hugman discusses how social workers can develop culturally-competent ethical practice and work creatively with the tensions it sometimes involves.

Abstract. 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 Cited by: In an era when Values and Ethics are frequently debased by financially led decisions, particularly in assessments, and social workers' mental health and their practice is being undermined by pressure to not identify service users needs because that then requires a service, which has to be funded, this book clearly sets out the fundamentals of.

This text is a useful contribution that adds to existing work on ethics and values in social professions if read alongside tensions in social work values identified in Becket and Maynard (), and the ethical theoretical synthesis in Banks ().

The lack of ethical discussion from service user perspectives is an area that would benefit from Author: Adam Barnard. Social work as a discipline concentrates on theoretical and philosophical positions such as social justice, equality, and empowerment and these may be described as “philosophies of social work”.(Mackie, ) Historically during social works early years, moral concerns laid the foundations for the development of social work and the principal values of the profession, with particular.Social work ethics provide practitioners with guidance on how to promote social work values such as respect, social justice, human relationships, service, competence, and integrity.

Students entering the profession need to develop a real-world understanding of how to apply these values in practice while also managing the dilemmas that arise when social workers, clients, and others encounter.