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Summary of Principles. Ethical standards are articulated under social workers' ethical responsibilities to clients, to colleagues, in practice settings, as professionals, to the social work profession, and to broader society. The National Association of Social Workers is the largest organization of professional social workers with 155,000 members.What are the ethical issues in social work?
Ethical Issues in Social Work provides up to date critical analyses of the ethical implications of new legislation in community care and criminal justice, and of trends in social work thought and policy, such as managerialism, user empowerment, feminism and anti-oppressive practice.What are some examples of ethical dilemmas in social work?
A List of Ethical Dilemmas Facing Social Work. A social worker's professional relationship with a client intersects with the client's relationships to family and community. Sometimes conflicts arise between the social worker's professional obligation to a client – the client's right to confidentiality, for example – and the social worker's own...