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London : Routledge, c1995
x,200 s. : il.

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ISBN 0-415-10110-7 (brož.)
Professional ethics
Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy, rejstřík
Bibliografie: s. 193-198
Práce sociální - etika - studie
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Contents // Series editors’ foreword ix // Notes on contributors xi // 1 Ethical issues in social work: an overview 1 // Richard Hugman and David Smith // Introduction 1 // Ethics: the means-ends relationship 2 // The ‘classic’ writing: decontextualisation 3 // The ‘critical’ writing: politicisation 5 // The contemporary situation 6 // Rethinking social work ethics 8 // The contents of this book 12 // 2 In search of the holy grail 16 // Naina Patel // Introduction 16 // Starting anti-racism 17 // Utilitarianism 22 // Differing goals 32 // 3 Ethical issues in social work research 46 // Geraldine Macdonald and Kenneth Macdonald Introduction 46 // Social work and research 46 // Research methods and social work 49 // Research interpretation 52 // Research topic choice 55 // Client protection 58 // Coda 61 // vi Contents // 4 Confidentiality, accountability and the boundaries // of client-worker relationships 65 // Steven Shardlow // Introduction 65 // Defining confidentiality and accountability 66 // Confidentiality and accountability: three dialogues 68 // Comment 76 // Conclusion 80 // Coda for practice 81 // 5 The morally active practitioner and the ethics // of anti-racist social work 84 // Charles Husband // Introduction 84 // Ethics and moral responsibility 85 // Anti-racism and social work 90 // Codes, ethics, practice 96 // Conclusion 99 // 6 Feminist ethics in practice 104 // Sue Wise // Introduction 104 // The feminist critique 106 // Feminist social work as empowerment 108
// Towards feminist anti-discriminatory practice 114 // 7 Managerialism and the ethics of management 120 // Maurice Vanstone // Introduction 120 // Support for staff 129 // The use of power 130 // Leadership style 132 // A problem-solving model 132 // Conclusion 133 // 8 Enforced altruism in community care 136 // Ann Davis and Kathryn Ellis // Introduction 136 // The political and professional context of community // care policies and practice 138 // Community care: ethical dilemmas in practice 140 // ‘Enforced altruism’ 144 // Contents vii // 9 Can social work empower? 155 // Julie Browne // Introduction 155 // What is empowerment? 156 // Social work and child sexual abuse 158 // Social workers as survivors 163 // Empowering social work 165 // 10 Towards a new view of probation values 174 // Mike Nellis // Introduction 174 // The limits of genericism 175 // The rise of benevolent corporatism 179 // Conclusion 188 // Index 199

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