The Ethical Foundations Of Social Work

Author: Stephen Cowden
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317862392
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The Ethical Foundations of Social Work provides you with an engaging, theoretical and practice-based grounding in social work ethics. The authors first examine when, how and why principles and debates historically emerged, then explicitly map them onto everyday ethical challenges and situations in social work practice. As a result, the book promotes an ethically conscious approach where principles can be flexibly and confidently applied as tools to help you with critical problem solving.

The Ethical Foundations Of Social Work

Author: Annie Pullen-Sansfaçon
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The Ethical Foundations of Social Work provides an easy-to-grasp, theoretical rigorous and practice-based grounding in social work ethics. The authors first examine when, how and why principles and debates historically emerged, then explicitly map them onto everyday ethical challenges and situations in social work practice. As such, the book promotes an ethically conscious approach where principles can be flexibly and confidently applied as tools for critical problem solving. The Ethical Foundations of Social Work is essential reading for social work students and practitioners looking for a tho.

The Philosophical Foundations Of Social Work

Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231071277
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Organized around five basic areas of inquiry -- political philosophy, moral philosophy, logic, epistemology, and aesthetics -- this book examines critical issues in social work such as ethics, the allocation of limited resources, and the role of government in social welfare.

Ethical Dilemmas In Social Service

Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231069693
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Reamer discusses the ethical concerns involved in working with individuals and families, the design and implementation of social welfare programs and policies, community work, and relationships with colleagues and employers.

Social Work Values And Ethics

Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231137898
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A comprehensive introduction to ethical decision making with practical guidance regarding professional misconduct.

Ethical Standards In Social Work

Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Editor: N A S W Press
ISBN: 9780871012937
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Each section of the NASW Code of Ethics is analysed in this volume with guidance for practice in areas such as confidentiality, boundary issues, informed consent, conflicts of interest, research and evaluation, and more.

The Foundations Of Social Work Knowledge

Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231080347
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Here for the first time in English is Alfred Döblin's astonishing epic of eighteenth century China, hailed on its publication in 1915 as a master-piece of Expressionist prose, and since recognized to be the first modern German novel. The Three Leaps of Wang Lun is the story of a doomed sectarian rebellion during the reign of Emperor Ch'ien-lung (1736-1796). It is also the most sustained evocation, in any European language, of a China untouched by the West. Döblin's imagination, almost hallucinatory in its intensity, brings this China to vivid life. Teeming cities and Tibetan wastes, political intrigue and religious yearning, life at Court and the fate of wandering outcasts are depicted in a language of enormous vigour, unfolding the theme of meekness against force, a mystical sense of the world against the realities of power. This translation for the first time presents the whole work as Döblin wrote it. The inclusion of the Prologue, dropped from the first German edition and never replaced, restores a unity of structure and theme missing from previous editions. The Introduction places the novel in the context of Döblin's life and work, the Expressionist movement and the historical background, and discusses its theme and style.

Values And Ethics In Social Work

Author: Chris Beckett
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 144627148X
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What are my values? What are the values of others around me? What are the values and ethics of the social work profession? An awareness of our own ethical assumptions, and how these inform our practice, is crucial for the student social worker. The second edition of this bestselling book is now split into two parts. Part 1 considers the foundations of every person's values and provides a background to moral philosophy. Part 2 examines key ethical issues and how they determine practice, such as using power, allocating resources, treating others with respect and celebrating diversity. For the second edition, two new chapters have been added to the book, on: - The political dimension in ethical decision making - Realism as a guiding ethical principle. Written in a uniquely straightforward style, everyday social work practice is the key focus throughout. Every chapter includes interactive exercises and case studies, challenging you to reflect on a range of practical dilemmas. Visit the accompanying companion website for videos of the authors discussing the issues covered in each chapter of the book. These short clips will aid and enhance your understanding of the importance of values and ethics in each area of social work. Chris Beckett and Andrew Maynard's book is essential reading for all undergraduate and postgraduate social work students.

Handbook Of Ethical Foundations Of Mindfulness

Author: Steven Stanley
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319765388
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This handbook explores the multifaceted ethical dimensions of mindfulness, from early Buddhist sources to present-day Western interpretations of mindfulness. It takes a modern ethical approach to the study of mindfulness, and traces contemporary mindfulness practice from solitary journey to the global whole. Noted practitioners, teachers, scholars, and other professionals lend diverse perspectives to the debate over the moral content of mindfulness and its status as religious, secular, or post-secular practice. Chapters offer new views on the roots of mindfulness in Buddhist moral teachings, ethical mindfulness in interpersonal relationships, and the necessity of ethics in mindfulness-based education and therapy. Chapters also discuss current debates concerning the ethics of mindfulness across the applied fields of education and pedagogy, business, economics, and the environment. Topics featured in this handbook include: · Mindfulness as the true foundation of a naturally ethical life. · Mindfulness and its impact on emotional life, interpersonal relationships, and forgiveness. · How Buddhist ethics informs spiritual practice across the three main vehicles (yanas) of Buddhism and its relation to mindfulness. · “McMindfulness”, or the mass marketization and commodification of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs). · How an ethic of interdependence formed by Buddhist principles and mindfulness practices can help address the environmental crisis. The Handbook of Ethical Foundations of Mindfulness is a must-have resource for researchers, clinicians/professionals, and graduate students in psychology, complementary and alternative medicine, and social work as well as occupational and rehabilitation therapy, nursing, philosophy, business management, and teachers of Buddhism and meditation.