2154 Session 3 Ch 2 Spring2010

2154 Session 3 Ch 2 Spring2010 - The Profession of Social...

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The Profession of Social Work SOWK 2154 Shari E. Miller, PhD Session 3 Chapter 2, pp. 29-49
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What is right and wrong for clients? What personal values influence you? Define and describe where, how, and from whom your personal values originated. How has the UGA experience influenced your personal values? What values and ethics do you express?
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Values and Ethics Mean . . . Values: From the Latin word, valere , meaning “worth.” Basic and fundamental beliefs Ethics: From the Greek word, ethos , meaning “character.” Deduced from values Involve applying values to guide behavior to “do the right thing.”
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NASW Code of Ethics Preamble: Social work’s mission is to “enhance human well-being and help meet the basic needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty.”
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NASW’s Six Core Values Service Social Justice Dignity and Worth of the Person Importance of Human Relationships Integrity Competence
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Purpose of the Code of Ethics Identify primary SW values Summarize ethical principles as guidelines for practice Determine relevant ethical considerations amid ethical dilemmas Provide ethical standards to which the public holds SWs accountable Socialize new SWs to the profession’s mission, goals, and ethics Articulate specific standards that the profession uses to judge its members’ conduct
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Ethical Responsibilities to
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2154 Session 3 Ch 2 Spring2010 - The Profession of Social...

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