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Unformatted text preview: This course has impacted my professional plans in a many ways. I have developed a genuine interest in becoming a social worker. I know this job will test my ethics on a daily basis from minor self-reflective questions to difficult more impact-making questions. For example, a self-reflective question would be; I could drive as fast I need, and break speed law maximums without fault, but should I if it is unnecessary? A large ethical question would be should I report a family to child services, knowing that I will be breaking up a family, causing ties to be broken, foster care to occur, but it may help the child succeed. I understand these choices will be complex, but I know this course has prepared me for these ethical and moral challenges. I am sure that social work training will also provide me with supplemental education and support so these questions are handled ethically and correctly....
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- Spring '10