According to Gray & Webb (2010) “Ethical perspectives in social work are invariably overlapping and in tension with each other” (p. 6). Critically analyse this statement in relation to a current area of social work practice.
Gray, M., Webb, S. (2010) (Eds.) Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
1. Explain and critique the purpose, values, and ethics of contemporary social work practice;
2. Assess and critically analyse the contribution of major theoretical and ethical frameworks to social work practice in various contexts;
3. Identify and critique the applicability of a range of social work theories to practice situations;
4. Debate and explain how social work theory and ethical frameworks inform practice with diverse population groups and contexts;
5. Critically evaluate the contribution of ethical theories and frameworks to the personal and professional self in social work practice;
6. Demonstrate high level oral and written communication skills.
The question belongs to Sociology and It is a critical review of a statement from the book Gray, M., Webb, S. (2010) (Eds.) Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. A review detailed review of the statement has been presented in the solution. Ethical dilemmas associated with social work such as relativism, where a moral value of one region might not be accepted in another region.
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