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Practising Social Work Ethics Around the World Cases and Commentaries

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ISBN-10: 0415560330

ISBN-13: 9780415560337

Edition: 2012

Authors: Sarah Banks, Kirsten Nøhr

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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 7/11/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 296
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

Sarah Banks is Professor in the School of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Durham, UK.Kirsten Nøhr is working as internationalisation coordinator at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

List of cases by country
List of tables
List of contributors of cases
Notes on editors and authors of chapter introductions
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Global ethics for social work? A case-based approach
Negotiating roles and boundaries
Introduction - Frank Philippart
Doing harm with a good heart: volunteer social work in a post-disaster situation in China
Angela On Kee Tsun
Grant Larson and Julie Drolet
Questions for discussion
'When the tables turned': a social work intern's moral dilemma in a Botswana police station
Gloria Jacques and Rodreck Mupedziswa
Peta-Anne Baker
Questions for discussion
When is it right to accept a gift? A Lithuanian social work student's dilemma
Nino Zganec
Howard Sercombe
Questions for discussion
'Why should I have to reveal anything about my personal life?' A dilemma for a lesbian student in Britain
Nicki Ward
Joan C. Tronto
Questions for discussion
Respecting rights
Introduction: Linda Briskman
Issues of choice and coercion: working in a psychiatric hospital in the USA
Donna Harrington
Commentacy 2
Questions for discussion
The reluctant vegan: the case of an older man in a Swedish care home
Titti Fr�nkel and Erik Blennberger
Hilde Lindemann
Questions for discussion
Social work in Vietnam: a Dutch student's perspective
Nguyen Thi Thai Lan
Richard Hugman
Questions for discussion
Ethical issues in international social work research: a case from India
P. K. Visvesvaran
Wendy Bowles and Margaret Alston
Questions for discussion
Being fair
Introduction: Frederic Reamer
Dilemmas in working with an illegal migrant: a case from Japan
Akira Namae
Shimon E. Spiro
Questions for discussion
A young man waiting for a transplant: dilemmas for a hospital-based social worker in Britain
Tamara Catchpole Horsburgh and Lawrence Nuttall
Amy M. Chow
Questions for discussion
Dilemmas in working with a gypsy family: a story from a Portuguese social educator
Adalberto Dias de Carvalho, Ana Maria Serapicos, Florbela Samagaio, Gabriela Trevisan, Walter Almeida, �lvaro Faria and Igor Magalh�es
Vivienne Bozalek
Questions for discussion
A gay applicant who wants to adopt a child: a case from Turkey
Agnes Verbruggen
Ana M. Sobocan
Questions for discussion
Challenging and developing organisations
Introduction: Donna McAuliffe
Establishing the facts: issues for organisations working with young women in Iran
Habib Aghabakhshi and Abbas Ali Yazdani
Beverley Burke
Questions for discussion
Deciding on the right to health care insurance: a case from Peru
Mar�a Jes�s �riz Pem�n
Lynne M. Healy
Questions for discussion
The vicious cycle: issues for a church-based social worker in Australia
Truus Fraaije, Han Aalbers and Peter van Zilfhout
Melissa Floyd
Questions for discussion
Bending the law? A case about reporting child abuse in Denmark
Marianne Skytte
Chris Beckett
Questions for discussion
Working with policy and politics
Introduction: Derek Clifford
Challenging pernicious policies: working with refugees in Australia
Sema Buz and Emrah Akbas
Linda Harms Smith
Questions for discussion
Maintaining organisational integrity in an area of conflict: a women's NGO in Pakistan
Ian Sinclair
Gracy Fernandes
Questions for discussion
The shrinking welfare state: caring for older people in Finland
Aira Vanhala
Hiroshi Kosaka
Questions for discussion
Maintaining professional integrity in an area of conflict: working with a sexually abused girl in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Mahmoud Baidoun and Jane Lindsay
David N. Jones
Questions for discussion
Working with cases and commentaries
Introduction
Cases without commentaries
Taking money from a dubious source: a dilemma for a social worker in China
Maintaining professional secrecy: a French ethical situation
Institutional pressures and social work ethics: a case from Jamaica
Between education and punishment: dilemmas for a Malaysian youth worker
Maintaining the rules: a dilemma about a homeless person in Spain
Balancing a girl's need with a mother's decision: a dilemma for a youth worker in Finland
Using cases and commentaries in teaching and learning
Participants analyse a case and reflect on the commentaries
Participants analyse a case and write their own commentary
Participants research issues raised by a case and commentaries
Using cases as a basis for dialogue, discussion or debate
Using cases as a basis for drama or role play
Participants write their own cases
Using cases in web-based learning
Using a case as a basis for a written assignment
Index