What Would You Do?: An Ethical Case Workbook for Human Service Professionals (Ethics & Legal Issues)

What Would You Do?: An Ethical Case Workbook for Human Service Professionals (Ethics & Legal Issues)

Patricia Kenyon
Format: Paperback
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  • Paperback: 301 pages
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning; 1 edition (June 18, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0534349382
  • EAN: 9780534349387
  • Item Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11.0 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds

Description

Based on the National Organization of Human Service Workers (NOHSE) Ethical Code of Conduct, this detailed guide to ethical decision-making provokes thoughtful consideration of all sides of various ethical, real-life dilemmas. The book acquaints readers with a variety of ethical issues and stimulates reflection, discussion, and questions about these issues and standards. The author provides a wide variety of ethical dilemmas for students to consider, along with her own suggested resolutions. These ethical dilemmas, drawn from the real-life experiences of students and professionals around the country, consider such issues as exams and papers, student competency and risk, informed decisions and dual relationships. This workbook is ideal for use along with any ethics textbook or as a stand-alone learning tool.
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