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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 WINTER 2007-08, V. 4, #3 arrow Letters to the Editors Winter 2007-2008
Letters to the Editors Winter 2007-2008 Print E-mail
These letters to the editor are in response to the video editorial published in the Fall 2007 edition of the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics.

Dear Editors:

 

Congratulations on trying to use video as a way of extending the journal, I think it is important that we extend the range of media available to further discussion of ethical issues in the profession. Your observations about the difference in teaching between Britain and the USA were interesting, although I do question whether we should generalise in this way when there are such a range of approaches used in each country. For the future, I would like to see shorter and more focused video content, as I found I was drifting off after about 8 minutes. Certainly our experience of using podcasting and video podcasting has been that we need to keep it short and snappy. All the best.
 
Andy Sumpter
Senior Lecturer in Social Work
University of Wolverhampton

 

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Dear Editors:

 

Wow!

 

Harris Chaiklin 

 

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Dear Editors:

 

Personally, I found it tedious; I could not see the whole poster comparing the British and US teaching models.  It takes too long to listen vs. reading a hard copy, which can be more quickly scanned for relevance, points of interest, and coherence.

 

Carol F. Kuechler, MSW, Ph.D., LISW

Associate Professor,  School of Social Work,

College of St. Catherine/University of St. Thomas

Last Updated ( Monday, 03 December 2007 )
 








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