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by Frederic G Reamer

eBook The teaching of social work ethics (The Teaching of ethics) ePub
Author: Frederic G Reamer
Language: English
ISBN: 0916558150
ISBN13: 978-0916558154
Publisher: Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences, Hastings Center (1982)
Pages: 67
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.2
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ePub file: 1867 kb
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social work ethics’ is a distinct subject area in professional education and . Eastern religious teachings, including the works of Confucius, Mencius and Buddhist.

social work ethics’ is a distinct subject area in professional education and practice. This is marked by a growing body of specialist literature, the inclusion of ‘ethics’ as a. subject area in professional education and the development of ever-longer codes of. ethics. 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. According to Gyekye (2010), character also forms the basis of African ethics.

The Ethics of Teaching. In her book In A Different Voice, Carol Gilligan presents a different view on ethics and moral development. We may identify a teacher as being fair because he or she is ethically dedicated to promoting equality or motivated by concepts of justice.

Keywords: Ethics, Code of Ethics, Teacher, Teaching Profession. The ethical issues are associated with social, spiritual, moral and civic values

Keywords: Ethics, Code of Ethics, Teacher, Teaching Profession. The code of ethics for teachers is designed to protect the rights of the students, all the students. It is important that teachers understand that when they get a teaching position they are agreeing to follow the code of ethics. Teachers are expected to be fair to all their students and not to take advantage of their position in any way. For example, teacher can't accept expensive gifts from students because it might appear to bias. The ethical issues are associated with social, spiritual, moral and civic values. And it is the teacher who can give a right direction to the student to raise their morality.

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Frederic G. Reamer is professor at the School of Social Work, Rhode Island College.

Indeed, the evolution of ethics education in social work is among the most remarkable developments in the profession. Early Years During social work’s history, there have been several ambitious attempts to highlight the need to educate social workers about values and ethics. The Hastings Center project was the first major effort to explore the teaching of ethics in a wide range of professions, including medicine, nursing, law, journalism, engineering, business, criminal justice, the military, public policy, and social work. Our monograph provided an overview of the role of ethics education in social work and examined several pedagogical options and issues.

Its mission is to foster dialogue about ethics instruction across disciplinary boundaries, with a focus on business, medicine, technology, law, and other areas of liberal education.

Автор: Reamer, Frederic G. Название: Social work values and ethics .

It is vital that social workers understand the values and ethics of their profession as a crucial part of the foundations on which practice is built and this is the only text to explore the connections between culture, values and ethics and fully develop the pluralist approach in social work. Описание: Applying values and ethics to social work practice is taught widely across the qualifying degree programme, on both Masters and BA courses.

Social work's concern with ethics spans four major, sometimes overlapping, periods: (1) the morality period, (2) . In addition, there is evidence that at least some schools of social work were teaching discrete courses on values and ethics in the 1920s (Elliott, 1931; Johnson, 1955).

Social work's concern with ethics spans four major, sometimes overlapping, periods: (1) the morality period, (2) the values period, (3) the ethical theory and decision-making period, and (4) the ethical standards and risk management period. These efforts were consistent with Flexner's (1915) widely respected assertion that a full-fledged profession should have a clearly articulated, values-based ethical foundation.

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