By Lester Parrott

A necessary creation to knowing and utilizing values and ethics to daily social paintings practice.

content material: hide; identify; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; advent; bankruptcy 1 getting ready for social paintings; bankruptcy 2 Anti-oppressive perform; bankruptcy three rules and results; bankruptcy four Being in charge; bankruptcy five handling hazard; bankruptcy 6 Advocacy and social paintings companies; bankruptcy 7 The ethics of partnership operating; bankruptcy eight Ethics in social paintings organizations; References; Index.
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