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dominant models of social work practice and ethics from the global North should b. In discussions of social work ethics, the term ‘values’ is generally used to refer to. ethical values – that is, particular types of beliefs about what is regarded as worthy. or valuable for human welfare.
dominant models of social work practice and ethics from the global North should be. reconsidered in an international context. According to Reamer (1999, p. 3) ‘social work is. among the most value based of all professions’, grounded in ‘concepts such as. justice and fairness’ (. ). This relates to the purposes of social work, which in most. societies include redistribution of resources and care to those in need, support for.
Social work with groups represents a broad domain of direct social work practice (Garvin, Gutierrez & Galinskey, 2004). Social workers work with a variety of groups in all settings in which social work is practiced. While some have proposed that social work practice with groups reflects any and all groups within which social workers participate, other definitional parameters have been established (Garvin et a. 2004).
RelationshipBased Social Work Getting to the Heart of Practice
RelationshipBased Social Work Getting to the Heart of Practice. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Why do service users sometimes feel unheard, undervalued or misunderstood, and, likewise, why do social workers sometimes feel that the true nature of their work is not appreciated or understood more widely?
Author: Ruth Wilkes
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Tavistock Publications (September 3, 1981)
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