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https://doi.org/10.3935/ljsr.v24i1.124

METHODOLOGIES FOR ETHICAL DECISION MAKING IN SOCIAL WORK

María-Jesús Úriz ; Odsjek za socijalni rad, Javno sveučilište Navarre, Španjolska
Francisco Idareta orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-0325-5298 ; Odsjek za socijalni rad, Javno sveučilište Navarre, Španjolska
Juan-Jesús Viscarret ; Odsjek za socijalni rad, Javno sveučilište Navarre, Španjolska
Alberto Ballestero orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-7946-761X ; Odsjek za socijalni rad, Javno sveučilište Navarre, Španjolska


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Sažetak

Social workers face many ethical dilemmas on a daily basis, but do not always have the tools to resolve them. We analyze some of the main ethical decisionmaking methodologies used in social work. They are divided into two groups: those that propose a hierarchy between ethical principles, and those do not propose any specific hierarchy between them. We conclude with a succinct assessment of these methodologies and highlights some of their main features, with the aim of providing social workers with a set of tools for ethical decision making.

Ključne riječi

ethical decision making, hierarchy of ethical principles, ethical reflection, tools for ethical decisions in social work

Hrčak ID:

185288

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/185288

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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