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1SOCW 6101 Disc 1 Wk 7As technology advances, so do the ways that social workers can connect with clients. Is itacceptable to look at a client’s activities on social media or seek information through an Internet search? Should a social worker allow clients to contact them by text or e-mail? How does a social worker’s personal social media presence influence the worker/client relationship?Post:Describe a specific ethical dilemma based on one of the options above. Describe the ethical issues in the option chosen.Identify specific values or ethical standards that apply.Identify who is likely to be affected by the ethical dilemma.Describe potential courses of action.Examine reasons in favor of or opposed to the course of action.The biggest issue in Option 1 is that the boundary between client and worker becomes blurred. It is not appropriate or ethical to dig into a client's personal life without their permission.

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