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Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice

ISBN-10: 0495506338

ISBN-13: 9780495506331

Edition: 8th 2009 (Revised)

Authors: Dolgoff, Frank M. Loewenberg, Donna Harrington

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With the eight edition of ETHICAL DECISIONS FOR SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE, you'll learn to recognize ethical issues and dilemmas, reason carefully about ethical issues, clarify your ethical aspirations at the level demanded by the profession, and achieve a more ethical stance in your practice. This classic social work text places ethical decision-making within the context of professional ethics and provides useful guidelines, including two ethical screens to help social work practitioners identify priorities among competing ethical obligations. Developed specifically for social workers, the text features numerous case-like exemplars based on real-world practice and drawn from a variety of social work settings.
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Book details

List price: $153.95
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/16/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Ralph Dolgoff is a professor and has served as dean of the University of Maryland School of Social Work, as associate dean and acting dean at Adelphi University, and as senior program specialist at the CSWE. He is co-author of UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL WELFARE: A SEARCH FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE , Seventh Edition (Allyn & Bacon, 2007), and is author of AN INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISORY PRACTICE IN HUMAN SERVICES (Pearson, 2005).

Preface
Introduction To Ethical Decision Making
Ethical Choices in the Helping Professions
Values and Professional Ethics
Guidelines for Ethical Decision Making: Concepts, Approaches, and Values
Guidelines for Ethical Decision Making
Ethical Dilemmas in Professional Practice
Confidentiality and Informed Consent
Client Rights and Professional Expertise
Value Neutrality and Imposing Values
Equality, Inequality, Limited Resources, and Advocacy
The Professional Relationship: Limits, Dilemmas, and Problems
Organizational and Work Relationships
Social Work with Selected Client Groups
Changing World/Changing Dilemmas
Whose Responsibility Are Professional Ethics?
Additional Exemplars
Glossary
Bibliography
Index