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Social work ethics

Author: Eileen D Gambrill
Publisher: Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2009.
Series: International library of essays in public and professional ethics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work is organised into 10 sections, including 'Ethical Obligations and Related Values', 'Ethical Dilemmas of Being a Double Agent', 'Competence and Accountability as Ethical Issues', 'The Ethics of Claims Making' and 'The Obligation to Attend to Harming in the Name of Helping'.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Eileen D Gambrill
ISBN: 9780754624387 0754624382
OCLC Number: 232536738
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxix, 594 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents: Introduction; Part I Ethical Obligations and Related Values: The reality principle: realism as an ethical obligation, Chris Beckett; What social workers should know about ethics: understanding and resolving practice dilemmas, Elaine P. Congress; A client-focused definition of social work practice, Eileen Gambrill; Moral foundations of social welfare and social work: a historical view, James Leiby; Responsibility and excuses, Banks McDowell; The evolution of social work ethics, Frederic G. Reamer. Part II Recurrent Clashes and Their Ethical Implications: Social work and social reform: an arena of struggle, Mimi Abramovitz; Mary Richmond and Jane Adams: from moral certainty to rational inquiry in social work practice, Donna L. Franklin; Putting Humpty together again: treatment of mental disorder and pursuit of justice as part of social work's mission, Jerome C. Wakefield. Part III Ethical Dilemmas of Being a Double Agent: The professional as double-agent, Israel Goldiamond; Organizational forms as moral practices: the case of welfare departments, Yeheskel Hasenfeld; Power in social work practice, Yeheskel Hasenfeld. Part IV Ethical Issues Regarding the Allocation of Scarce Resources: The artificial duties of contemporary professionals, Russell Hardin; Phantom welfare: public relief for corporate America, Daniel D. Huff and David A. Johnson. Part V Competence and Accountability as Ethical Issues: Program evaluation: arduous, impossible and political, Donald M. Baer; Trying to do more good than harm in policy and practice: the role of rigorous transparent, up-to-date evaluations, Iain Chalmers; Defining an acceptable treatment environment, Judith E. Favell and James F. McGimsey; Ethical dilemmas and the most effective therapies, Peter Sturmey. Part VI Ethical Obligations to Involve Clients as Informed Participants: A model consent form for psychiatric drug treatment, David Cohen and David Jacobs; Respecting autonomy: the struggle over rights and capacities, Jay Katz; Towards the 'tipping point': decision aids and informed patient choice, Annette M. O'Connor, John E. Wennberg, France Legare, Hilary A. Llewellyn-Thomas, Benjamin W. Moulton, Karen R. Sepucha; Andrea G. Sodano and Jaime S. King; What is a good treatment decision? The client's perspective, William O'Donohue, Jane E. Fisher, Joseph J. Plaud and William Link. Part VII The Ethics of Claims Making: Problematic phrases in the conclusions of published outcome studies: implications for evidence-based practice, Allen Rubin and Danielle Parrish; Fraudulent misrepresentation and eating disorder, Patricia E. O'Hagan; Science and ethics in conducting, analyzing, and reporting psychological research, Robert Rosenthal; 'Sanctified snake oil': ideology, junk science, and social work practice, Susan Kiss Sarnoff; Addendum 2: Some principles for a new professional ethics based on Xenophanes' theory of truth, Karl R. Popper. Part VIII Ethical Issues Regarding Professional Education and Schools of Social Work: Believing and doing: values in social work education, Helen Harris Perlman; The relationship between schools of social work, social research, and social policy, Richard M. Titmus; An innovative approach to educating medical students about pharmaceutical promotion, Michael S. Wilkes and Jerome R. Hoffman. Part IX The Obligation to Attend to Harming in the Name of Helping: Reification of psychiatric diagnoses as defamatory: implications for ethical clinical practice, Sonja Grover; Cures that harm: unanticipated outcomes of crime prevention programs, Joan McCord; Confidentiality in a preventive child welfare system, Eileen Munro; How to win friends and not influence clients: popular but problematic ideas that impair treatment decisions, William O'Donohue and Jeff Szymanski. Part X The Ethics of Technology: Screening for depression: preventive medicine or telemarketing?, David Cohen and Keith Hoeller; Viagra: medical technology constructing aging masculinity, Gregory Gross and Robert Blundo; Did I make the grade? Ethical issues in psychological screening of children for adoption placement, Sonja Grover; 'Problematics of government', (post)modernity and social work, Nigel Parton. Part XI Promising Directions for the Future: Ethical decisionmaking, Martin Leever, Gina DeCiani, Ellen Mulaney and Heather Hasslinger; The impact of the UK Human Rights Act 1998 on decision making in adult social care in England and Wales, Ann McDonald; Toward embracing clinical uncertainty. Lessons from social work, optometry and medicine, Marlee M. Spafford, Catherine F. Schryer, Sandra L. Campbell and Lorelei Lingard; Index.
Series Title: International library of essays in public and professional ethics.
Responsibility: edited by Eileen Gambrill.
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This work is organised into 10 sections, including 'Ethical Obligations and Related Values', 'Ethical Dilemmas of Being a Double Agent', 'Competence and Accountability as Ethical Issues', 'The Ethics of Claims Making' and 'The Obligation to Attend to Harming in the Name of Helping'.

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