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Skills By the end of the study-unit the student will be able to: - Demonstrate the ability to apply ethical theory, rank ordering and ethical reasoning to ethical dilemmas; - Demonstrate the ability to critique Codes of Ethics; - Demonstrate the ability to use experiential learning to become grounded in the values of the profession and the role of ethics for practice; - Demonstrate an ability to make good use of supervision in the ethical decision making process; - Demonstrate an ability to resolve discrepancies between personal and professional values.
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The Casework relationship. Chicago: Loyola University Press. Supplementary Readings - Bisman, C. Social work values: The moral core of the profession.
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