Social Work Case Study

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Module one was on social work history and included reading documents about Remembering Our Roots, Reimagining Our Work: Social Work Practice in the 21st Century, From Charitable Volunteers to Architects of Social Welfare, The Social Work History Station, Wikipedia: History of Social Work, Dubois & Miley (2013). Social Work: An Evolving Profession, Resources on Social Work and Social Welfare History. As well as lectures and films on the History of Social Work and Social Welfare. In the very first class Professor Pellicio went over the course syllabus and what he expects from the class, as well as a Blackboard overview. Each student introduced themselves to the professor and the class, each student stated what their major was. Some of the topics that were discussed during this first class included. How President Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced welfare in the 1930’s. How the Republicans were known as the “Conservatives” and Democrats were known as the “Liberals”. Class two we learned about human needs, what they are and how they vary. Human needs vary from person to person and situation to situation. Human needs are the basic necessities for everyday survival of food, clothing and shelter. Social welfare is the means…show more content…
This Code includes four sections. The first Section, "Preamble," summarizes the social work profession 's mission and core values. The second section, "Purpose of the NASW Code of Ethics," provides an overview of the Code 's main functions and a brief guide for dealing with ethical issues or dilemmas in social work practice. The third section, "Ethical Principles," presents broad ethical principles, based on social work 's core values that inform social work practice. The final section, "Ethical Standards," includes specific ethical standards to guide social workers ' conduct and to provide a basis for adjudication. (“Code of ethics,”

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