• Summarize what factors have influenced the social responsibility strategies of the organization. • Does the organization have a social initiative? If so, what is it? If not, identify a social initiative for the organization. • What are the potential ethical or moral effects of the organization’s social initiative or potential social initiative?
* What is a dual relationship and is it wrong? A dual relationship is when the helper has another role outside the confines of the helping relationship such as a friend or a business partner (Brammer & MacDonald, 2003). Compare and contrast the views of the articles in relation to the issues raised by the case study. Briefly discuss these views using appropriate referencing. Ethical boundaries are benchmarks for the behaviour of helpers in helping relationships.
(4) The downfall of responding defensively all of the time though may discourage others from being so honest with their remarks. It can also prevent the listener from concentrating upon the message. Not only do defensive communicators send off multiple value, motive and affect cues, but also defensive recipients distort what they receive. As a person becomes more and more defensive, he or she becomes less and less able to perceive accurately the motives, the values and the emotions of the sender. (5) In conclusion I know I have to work on both of these ineffective listening skills to better my communication between fiends, co-workers, and society in
• Describe a social policy that may affect your future position as a human services worker. • Compare and contrast how a public versus a private organization might address this policy differently. Include an explanation of how the delivery system of a public organization would be different than that of a private organization. For example, what would be some differences between a state-funded child placement agency and a private adoption agency in regard to how they deliver their adoption services? • Consider how you could influence this policy to meet your clients’ needs.
Social Responsibility - Community Profile Community refers to a social unit sharing common goals and values with beliefs, preferences, intentions, and resources that identify to community. As individuals, we a part of a family, we are neighbors, we are part of a city, state, county, region, and part of the world as a whole. As individuals, we have personal responsibilities or duties to communities to uphold the beliefs, preferences, intentions and resources of the communities we live in. “Why should I help the community? What has the community ever done for me?” Many make this common complaint when the community solicits volunteers for community service and when the community orders us to pay taxes to support various community initiatives.
What do you do? Do you confront your best friend and give him the chance to explain what is going on or do you just ignore what you saw and not say anything to either your best friend or to the wife. This is what would be considered an ethical dilemma in which there is a conflict and that some type of choice has to be made. In this type of situation no matter the type of choice you make it could affect your
Personal Dilemma Paper September 15, 2014 CJA/324 Ethics in Criminal Justice Ricky Thompson Personal Dilemma Paper What exactly is an ethical dilemma? An ethical dilemma is simply and disagreement or a dispute between two or more people on two moral principles. There could be two different sides to the dispute. This could be what the ultimate truth is or what is completely wrong. A dilemma whether it be moral or ethical and steam from a lot of different reasons.
Our reality is not our own, but influenced by others Our reality is definitely one that is shared with and influenced by the people in our community. In other words we rely on other people and the groups we associate with to make us truly understand of our own identity as a person. To see why that is the case we need to first look at the definition of “reality” and “influence”. In this case the term “reality” refers to a person’s identity and the qualities that makes them different from others, whilst “influence” is the impact that another person or group have in shaping of a person’s reality. On the other hand however, we don’t always find that our identity is influenced by others.