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Perla Mydory Aparicio Social Work  1/24/11 Chapter 2 Book Notes Values     Involve what you do and do not consider important and worthwhile.  Involve judgments and decisions about relative worth- what is more  valuable and what is less valuable Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)-      organization that accredits  social work programs through out the United States, establishes  standards guiding social work education: o Purpose of the social work profession is to promote human and  community well-being, social and economic justice, prevention  of conditions that limit human rights, elimination of poverty,  enhancement of the quality of life for all persons Ethics involve principles that specify what is good and what is bad,  clarify what should or should not be done.  Ethical Dilemmas-      problematic situations in which one must make a  difficulty choice among two or more alternatives. Dilemma occurs when  no one answer can conform to all the ethical principles involved. o Confidentiality is the ethical principle that workers should not  share information provided by or about a client unless that  worker has the clients explicit permission to do so. NASW Code of Ethics     1. Service-providing help, resources, and benefits so people can achieve  their maximum potential 2. Social justice- upholding the condition that in a perfect world all citizens  would have identical “rights, protection, opportunities, obligations, and  social benefits” regardless of their backgrounds and membership in 
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