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Anti-oppressive ethics and values in social work

Clifford and Burke provide a stimulating basis for teaching ethics on social work degree courses. With the use of practical case scenarios, students and staff are challenged to use their moral imagination to integrate ethical thinking with the anti-oppressive and anti-discriminatory values of social work
eBook, English, 2009
Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2009
1 online resource (240 pages)
9781137039965, 1137039965
Print version:
Anti-oppressive ethics and ethical thinking
Social work values, codes and the law
Rational ethical principles and unequal powers
Confidences and consequences : good outcomes and social histories
Virtues, realities and reflexivity
Politicising ethics : justice, fairness and interacting social systems
Uncertainties, decisions and social divisions
Feminist relational ethics and anti-oppressive concepts
Anti-oppressive ethics and good practice
Conclusion : ethics and organisations