The Code of Ethics for Social Workers
The requirements outlined in the NASW Code of Ethics for social workers are quite extensive in that they thoroughly explain the goal, professionalism and standards of the relationships between and among individuals, groups, and the community.
The NASW code of ethics for social workers lists very detailed matter covering all parts or work and work ethic. It goes as far as listing ethical rules for the social worker profession and for the broader society.
There may be some problems acting out these values for the professionals covered by this code because they are very detailed and strict, or limiting. One may be justice. A social worker may feel that their client is not guilty of a crime and want to shelter them from the law (or vice-versa). This is against the code of ethics because the social worker has to do what is right not only for his client, but for the broader society. This also ties in with another value, Integrity. The social worker must show integrity and do what is demanded of them. …
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