2009, English, Book edition: Social Work Ethics. Gambrill, Eileen.

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Social Work Ethics
 
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  • 1 online resource (625 pages)
Published
  • Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2009.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Social Work Ethics.
Author
  • Gambrill, Eileen.
Other Authors
  • Miller, Professor Seumas.
Published
  • Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2009.
Copyright
  • ©2009.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • online resource
Physical Description
  • 1 online resource (625 pages)
Series
Contents
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Series Preface
  • Introduction
  • PART I ETHICAL OBLIGATIONS AND RELATED VALUES
  • 1 'The Reality Principle: Realism as an Ethical Obligation', Ethics and Social Welfare, 1, pp. 269-81
  • 2 'What Social Workers Should Know About Ethics: Understanding and Resolving Practice Dilemmas', Advances in Social Work, 1, pp. 1-22
  • 3 'A Client-Focused Definition of Social Work Practice', Research on Social Work Practice, 13, pp. 310-23
  • 4 'Moral Foundations of Social Welfare and Social Work: A Historical View', Social Work, July-August, pp. 323-30
  • 5 'Responsibility and Excuses', in Banks McDowell, Ethics and Excuses: The Crisis in Professional Responsibility, Westport, CT: Quorum Books, pp. 13-25
  • 6 'The Evolution of Social Work Ethics', Social Work, 43, pp. 488-500
  • PART II RECURRENT CLASHES AND THEIR ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS
  • 7 'Social Work and Social Reform: An Arena of Struggle', Social Work, 43, pp. 512-26
  • 8 'Mary Richmond and Jane Addams: From Moral Certainty to Rational Inquiry in Social Work Practice, Social Service Review, 60, pp. 504-25
  • 9 'Putting Humpty Together Again: Treatment of Mental Disorder and Pursuit of Justice as Parts of Social Work's Mission', In S.A. Kirk (ed.), Mental Disorders in the Social Environment: Critical Perspectives, New York: Columbia, pp. 293-309
  • PART III ETHICAL DILEMMAS OF BEING A DOUBLE AGENT
  • 10 'The Professional as a Double-Agent', Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 11, pp. 178-84
  • 11 'Organizational Forms as Moral Practices: The Case of Welfare Departments', Social Service Review, 9, pp. 329-51
  • 12 'Power in Social Work Practice', Social Service Review, 61, pp. 469-83
  • PART IV ETHICAL ISSUES REGARDING THE ALLOCATION OF SCARCE RESOURCES.
  • 13 'The Artificial Duties of Contemporary Professionals', Social Service Review, 64, pp. 528-11
  • 14 'Phantom Welfare: Public Relief for Corporate America', Social Work, 38, pp. 311-16
  • PART V COMPETENCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY AS ETHICAL ISSUES
  • 15 'Program Evaluation: Arduous, Impossible, and Political', in H.E. Briggs and T.L. Rzepnicki (eds), Using evidence in Social Work Practice. Chicago, IL: Lyceum, pp. 310-22
  • 16 'Trying to Do More Good than Harm in Policy and Practice: The Role of Rigorous, Transparent, Up-to-Date Evaluations', The ANNALS of the American Academy o f Political and Social Science, 589, pp. 22-10
  • 17 'Defining an Acceptable Treatment Environment', in R. Van Houten and S. Axelrod (eds), Behavior Analysis and Treatment, New York: Plenum Press, pp. 25-15
  • 18 'Ethical Dilemmas and the Most Effective Therapies', in J.W. Jacobson, R.M. Foxx and J.A. Mulick (eds), Controversial Therapies for Developmental Disabilities, Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 435-19
  • PART VI ETHICAL OBLIGATIONS TO INVOLVE CLIENTS AS INFORMED PARTICIPANTS
  • 19 'A Model Consent Form for Psychiatric Drug Treatment', International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine, 11, pp. 161-64
  • 20 'The Struggle over Rights and Capacities', in Jay Katz, The Silent World of Doctor and Patient, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 104-29
  • 21 'Toward the "Tipping Point": Decision Aids and Informed Patient Choice', Health Affairs, 3, pp. 716-25
  • 22 'What Is a Good Treatment Decision? The Client's Perspective', Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 20, pp. 404-07
  • PART VII THE ETHICS OF CLAIMS MAKING
  • 23 'Problematic Phrases in the Conclusions of Published Outcome Studies: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice', Research on Social Work Practice, 17, pp. 334-17.
  • 24 'Fraudulent Misrepresentation and Eating Disorder', International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 26, pp. 713-17
  • 25 'Science and Ethics in Conducting, Analyzing, and Reporting Psychological Research', American Psychological Science, 5, pp. 127-34
  • 26 "'Sanctified Snake Oil": Ideology, Junk Science, and Social Work Practice', Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 80, pp. 396-408
  • 27 'Addendum 2: Some Principles for a New Professional Ethics Based on Xenophanes' Theory of Truth', in Karl R. Popper, Arne F. Petersen (ed.) with the assistance of Jorgen Mejer, The World of Parmenides: Essays on the Presocratic Enlightenment, New York: Routledge, pp. 62-67
  • PART VIII ETHICAL ISSUES REGARDING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS OF SOCIAL WORK
  • 28 'Believing and Doing: Values in Social Work Education', Social Casework, 57, pp. 381-90
  • 29 'The Relationship between Schools of Social Work, Social Research, and Social Policy', International Social Work, 8, pp. 4-9
  • 30 'An Innovative Approach to Educating Medical Students about Pharmaceutical Promotion', Academic Medicine, 76, pp. 1271-77
  • PART IX THE OBLIGATION TO ATTEND TO HARMING IN THE NAME OF HELPING
  • 31 'Reification of Psychiatric Diagnoses as Defamatory: Implications for Ethical Clinical Practice', Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 7, pp. 77-86
  • 32 'Cures That Harm: Unanticipated Outcomes of Crime Prevention Programs', The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 587, pp. 16-30
  • 33 'Confidentiality in a Preventive Child Welfare System', Ethics and Social Welfare, 1, pp. 41-55
  • 34 'How to Win Friends and Not Influence Clients: Popular but Problematic Ideas that Impair Treatment Decisions', Behavior Therapist, 17, pp. 29-33
  • PART X THE ETHICS OF TECHNOLOGY.
  • 35 'Screening for Depression: Preventive Medicine or Telemarketing?', Ethical Human Sciences and Services, 5, pp. 3-6
  • 36 'Viagra: Medical Technology Constructing Aging Masculinity', Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 32, pp. 85-97
  • 37 'Did I Make the Grade? Ethical Issues in Psychological Screening of Children for Adoption Placement', Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 6, pp. 125-33
  • 38 "'Problematics of Government", (Post) Modernity and Social Work', British Journal of Social Work, 24, pp. 9-32
  • PART XI PROMISING DIRECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE
  • 39 'Ethical Decisionmaking', in Martin Leever, Gina DeCiani, Ellen Mulaney, Heather Hasslinger in conjunction with Eileen Gambrill, Ethical Child Welfare Practice, Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America Press, pp. 1-16
  • 40 'The Impact of the UK Human Rights Act 1998 on Decision Making in Adult Social Care in England and Wales', Ethics and Social Welfare, 1, pp. 76-94
  • 41 'Towards Embracing Clinical Uncertainty: Lessons from Social Work, Optometry and Medicine', Journal of Social Work, 7, pp. 155-78
  • Index.
Notes
  • ProQuest Ebook Central ATO Loan.
Other Form
  • Print version Gambrill, Eileen Social Work Ethics Florence : Taylor and Francis,c2009 9780754624387.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9781351899277
Dewey Number
  • 174.93613
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