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Comments about Module 6: Four Components of Good Practice - Values and Ethics - Values and Ethics

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    Krissy Henriot Australia Values and ethics can be defined as the moral and the reasoning of principles very important for social workers as they put it to use everyday.
    2015-03-17 12:03:23

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    Sekara Samuel Mafisa South Africa Social work profession the ethics and morals are to be maintained at all times.
    2015-02-20 12:02:48

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    MELINDA PARHAM United States of America A set of fundamental morals and the reasoning behind them.
    2015-01-28 23:01:33

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    Abdul Rasheed India key skills in social work process include 1) value and ethics 2) anti _oppressive practice 3) codes of practice 4) professionals and proffessionalism
    2015-01-18 17:01:49

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    Madalitso Munthali Malawi These are very crucial in social work, if not well followed the can affect your work
    2015-01-09 16:01:51

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    Olayinka Modinat Fayese Spain Values and Ethics base on integrity .Value is moral ,human behavior and ethics based on social system ,commitment, and the protocol of doing the work knowing the right and wrong ,knowing the principal that guide the social works.
    2015-01-06 06:01:48

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    Purity Nkatha muriungi Kenya values can be defined as morals and ethics the reasoning to know what is wrong and right.
    2015-01-02 14:01:43

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    Lul Hassan Somalia workplace values and ethics consist of teamwork. That’s because most companies believe that when morale is high and everyone is working together, success will follow.
    2014-12-09 08:12:29

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    Lul Hassan Somalia values and ethics is integrity, or displaying honest behavior at all times.
    2014-12-09 08:12:27

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    Nadia Nembhard-hunt Thailand This is a very crucial aspect of the job as a Social Worker.
    2014-11-14 06:11:57

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    Bosede Awesu Nigeria It is a big relief for the social worker that her best of judgement is acceptable in making a decision when normal values and ethics are being compromised.
    2014-09-22 20:09:53

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    Dwayne Fradd United States of America What is a "morally active practitioner"?
    2014-09-19 03:09:20

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      MELINDA PARHAM United States of America The practice of social care is in itself a moral activity since it can intrude within the confines of the person and the state, working day to day with issues of autonomy and coercion; it necessitates practitioners and managers to be ethically sensitive and conscious.
      2015-01-28 23:01:26
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    risto shimayungwa Botswana what is the difference between values and ethics as far as social work is concern?
    2014-09-14 09:09:02

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    risto shimayungwa Botswana what are the key skills in social work process?
    2014-09-14 09:09:40

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    Lillian Berry United States of America why is still loading slow.
    2014-07-22 15:07:19

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    Bernadette Ross Australia When it comes to ethical conflicts who in the end makes the decision ?
    2014-07-02 05:07:37

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    Lauren Conley United States of America what are ethics?
    2014-06-20 05:06:23

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