Ethics and Values in Social Work Practice. With this essay I will evidence my understanding of ethics and values within social work. I will illustrate my awareness of ethical dilemmas and how they may arise during my practice setting. I will also explain how personal values can hinder work with service users and why it is essential to be aware of my own moral values so as not to impose them on others. I will draw from the experience I have gained during my work placement, to demonstrate my awareness of the difficulties therein.
ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION ANALYSIS CJA/484 Abstract Standards and professionalism are factors in the criminal justice system that makes the system more efficient. Ethics is imperative to the criminal justice administration. For centuries the existences of ethical issues to the government, law enforcement, and international politics have created challenges whereas, the code of ethics remains a questionable conduct. In the paper the discussion will adhere to the ethics and professional behaviors in administration. The student will analyze critical thinking in regard to ethics and professional behavior.
In this lens it is taught to focus on the processes, and the systems needed for an ethical organization. The difference between the first two lens discussed is that the Right and Responsibility Lens, and the Results lens focused on the individual, the Relationship lens focuses on the community. However in the relationship lens it has a few more concerns, such as how to protect the basic liberties of all people. These liberties are broken down into rights such as; The right to notice, The right to voice, not to veto, The right to have contracts honored. The Relationship Lens helped influence my decision by giving us a process by which basic liberties can be protected.
Christopher Morrison My personal ethics statement. A person’s personal ethics are based upon ones core values, and their ability to rationalize a situation and determine the correct behavior. After using the resources provided to me I learned a lot about my own personal ethics. I fall into what is called “Rights and Responsibility and Relationship Lens”. I use my reasoning skills to “determine both the universal rules that each person should follow (autonomy) and the processes that will assure fairness and justice for all in the community (equality)”.
Conclusion When articulating an ethical obligation one must be effective with their words in order to express their position. Obligation based perspectives are based on a sense of duty to what is right, whether that be personal or professional situation the outcome will be the same. The criminal justice community is very much driven by ethics and laws. One must be willing to put forth the effort to fulfill these
Many professionals have created rules and guidelines to follow when ethical questions or dilemmas arise in the workplace. Interpreters have followed this pattern, as the RID and AVLIC have Codes of Ethics. Although these guidelines are helpful, they do not cover every situation. Interpreters must not only follow the Code of Ethics, but must also have strong personal morals as well as ethical judgment to be tested in the workplace. This essay will cover a situation in which an interpreter is faced with an ethical dilemma; whether or not to turn in a hearing student they catch cheating.
Haila Jones To Spank or not to Spank As parents we use discipline to teach our children the difference between the right thing and the wrong thing to do. It is the parent’s choice what type they would like to use. There are several, different types of parental styles starting with: authoritarian , overly permissive , authoritative, and spanking (corporal punishment). There are different parenting styles depending on your culture as well. I believe that there is no right or wrong way to discipline a child, but there is a right and wrong way to behave.
“The possession of knowledge carries an ethical responsibility.” Evaluate this claim. The right to study and possess knowledge is a fundamental right for every human which is enshrined in nearly every single country’s constitution. However, the decisions that are made when this knowledge is applied could potentially have repercussions. At this point, ethics becomes involved in the use of knowledge. In order to evaluate the claim that the possession of knowledge carries ethical responsibility, it is important to understand ethics and knowledge in the general sense To put it simply, ethics is moral philosophy, or rationalization of conduct as either right or wrong.
Ethical issues in relation to psychological Research on human participants 1) The question of ethics is critical to psychological research define what we mean by ethics in relation to psychology. Ethics in relation to psychology is the study of nature and basis of moral thought. Ethics and morality is to do with what is right and wrong. Researchers have to stick to a strict ethical code of practice before any research can be carried out. This ethical code of practice is produced by the British Psychological Society (BPS )for short.
Would there be justification for his actions or is the fact that he broke the law making it completely wrong? Each person, woman or man, has values and principles that they follow in order to get through life. These are the basic building blocks for all decisions made throughout their life. Now if each person had principles that they follow, are they absolute? The answer is no, situations arise which need to be examined through the lenses of their ethical background in order to decide if it is right or wrong.