Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics

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The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics is indexed in SOCIAL WORK ABSTRACTS, SOCIAL SERVICE ABSTRACTS, INTUTE, JOURNALSEEK, and ACADEMIC SEARCH COMPLETE. It is listed in DOAJ.

 

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Home arrow SPRING 2007, VOL. 4, #1 arrow CSWE Call for Proposals for Values & Ethics Track
CSWE Call for Proposals for Values & Ethics Track Print E-mail
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) seeks proposals for the values and ethics track at the 2007 Annual Program Meeting.
Council on Social Work Education call for papers on values and ethics

2007 APM Values and Ethics Track Description

 

Information about submissions can be found at:

 

http://www.cswe.org/CSWE/meetings/annualmeeting/APM07+Call+for+Proposals.htm

All other questions related to the submission and review process should be sent to apm@cswe.org. For technical assistance with the online submission system, please refer to the technical support contact information related on that site.

 

Track: Values and Ethics
Chair: Steve Marson, steve.marson@uncp.edu
Co-Chair: Judy Krysik, Judy.Krysik@asu.edu


The track addresses ethical and value issues that encompass the full range of social problems and issues that entry-level social workers (BSW and MSW) encounter. Emphasis is placed on the examination of (values and ethics) issues that impact and that are interwoven with social work practice, research and theory development. Submissions (presentations, workshops or panel discussions) should address the utility of ethical principles in social work practice by proposing both essential and progressive elements of the values that reflect the profession's commitment to the diversity inherent in the dual perspective of the individual and the broader society. Broad areas of focus would include:

  • Development of models for analyzing and resolving value and ethical conflicts.
  • Discussion of ethical and value dilemmas related to the development of new technologies.
  • Research studies on the influence of values and ethics in social work practice decision-making and in agency program development.
  • Examples of good practice that clearly highlight ethical and value considerations.
  • Theoretical presentations that explain the origin, development, and evolution of social work values and ethics.
  • Values and ethics as they influence and are influenced by increasing globalization.
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