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'As the editors of this volume note, we appear to be living in moralized times, with the State and its intermediaries increasingly focused on moral regulation, often at the expense of ordinary help for families and individuals. The chapters in this book remind us of the urgent need for social work to conceptualise and debate its role and its relationship to the State and its projects. They underscore the need to continue to explore our professional ethics, providing a rich vocabulary to explore the vexing moral dilemmas of practice.' Sue White, University of Birmingham, UK 'This book is a valuable addition to the social work ethics narrative. Where possible, it highlights the routes to follow; at other times, it signposts opportunities for future research and contemplation. It makes clear that you and I have our part to play in this debate. In my opinion, anyone engaged with the application of ethical practice in social work or social care should read this book.' British Journal of Social Work
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Dr Malcolm Carey and Dr Lorraine Green, both at the University of Manchester, UK.
Contents: Introduction: practical social work ethics, professionalism and ethical space, Malcolm Carey and Lorraine Green; Part I Past and Present: Moral Practices with Children and Families: Beyond the community of persons to be accorded 'respect'? Messages from the past for social work in the Republic of Ireland, Paul Michael Garrett; Secrets and lies: the ethical implications of family estrangement, Kylie Agllias and Mel Gray; Is cultural sensitivity always a good thing? Arguments for a universalist social work, Gurnam Singh and Stephen Cowden; To touch or not to touch? Exploring the dilemmas and ambiguities associated with touch in social work and social care settings, Lorraine Green and Ros Day. Part II Ethical Tensions? Ambivalent Ethics and Adult Social Work: Doing what's best, but best for whom? Ethics and the mental health social worker, Kenneth McLaughlin and Sean Cordell; Ethical contradictions in critiques of psychiatry, John Hopton; An ethics journey: ethical governance of social research with vulnerable adults and the implications for practice, Richard Ward and Sarah Campbell. Part III Contesting Modernisation: Where did we go wrong? An analysis of economic conflicts of interest, perverse financial incentives and NOMBism, Lynn Wrennall; More than this? Some ethical doubts (and possibilities) regarding service user and carer participation within social work, Malcolm Carey; Resistance in and outside the workplace: ethical practice and managerialism in the voluntary sector, Donna Baines; Index.