2 edition of Discretion and accountability in social work found in the catalog.
Discretion and accountability in social work
Ian MacDonald Aubery Byford
|Contributions||Brunel University. Department of Government.|
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|Number of Pages||242|
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Social work encompasses the core skills, values and characteristics that define a particular branch of knowledge and activity recognised by society as important to its general well-being. The public develops trust and confidence due to the activities of its practitioners and the state usually acts on behalf of the public via a governance structure which oversees these activities, usually through statutory legislation.
Discretion and accountability in social work: a study of a professional bureaucracy Author: Byford, Ian MacDonald Aubery ISNI: Awarding Body: Brunel University Discretion and accountability in social work book Institution: Brunel University Date of Award: Author: Ian MacDonald Aubery Byford.
First published inSupervision in Social Work has become an essential text for social work educators and students, detailing the state of the field and the place, function, and challenges of supervision in social work practice. This fifth edition takes into account the sizable number of articles and books published on supervision Discretion and accountability in social work book Changes in public health and social welfare Cited by: This book explores the far-reaching ethical implications of recent changes in the organization and practice of the social professions, including social work, community and youth work.
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Many social workers, health care staff and teachers maintain high standards of professionalism, often in stressful and challenging circumstances. This book explores the far-reaching ethical implications of recent changes in the organization and practice of the social professions (social work, community and youth work), drawing on moral philosophy, professional ethics and new empirical research by the author.
What does the development of external regulation and audit mean for the autonomy, discretion and creativity of. Book Description. Accountability in Social Services examines how - and why - social and human services programs can function even though they are monitored by written communication instead of face-to-face interaction.
Author Jill Florence Lackey draws on her experience as a consultant for more than 50 social programs and as director of two nonprofit organizations to demonstrate the strong need. Accountability within social work is complex. It involves the social worker being accountable to a number of individuals, groups, agencies and institutions.
It encompasses public accountability to the state and to society. It embraces legal accountability in terms of the mandate to prac tise and the duties imposed by statute. Introduction. Inthe Administration for Children, Youth and Families released an information memorandum to all child welfare systems across the U.S.
(U.S. D.H.H.S., ).This document proposed integrating a multidimensional framework of social and emotional well-being into assessments, services, and workforce by: 4. The social professions: 1 (2) The nature of professional ethics: 3 (1) The themes of the book: professionalism, ethics and change: 4 (4) Exploring professional ethics: 8 (2) Outline of the book: 10 (7) 1 The social professions and the calling to care Introduction: 17 (30)Author: Banks, Sarah.
Activation work – the complex task of motivating, compelling and assisting marginalized citizens into labour market participation – pinpoints critical issues of discretion and accountability in the welfare state.
Investigating accountability measures aimed at ensuring qualified discretionary judgements is therefore by: 1. This book explores the far-reaching ethical implications of recent changes in the organization and practice of the social professions (social work, community and youth work), drawing on moral philosophy, professional ethics and new empirical research by the author.
This book explores the far-reaching ethical implications of recent changes in the organization and practice of the social professions, including social work, community and youth work.
Drawing on moral philosophy, professional ethics and new empirical research, the author explores such questions as/5(4). This thesis is a critical examination of social work discretion within adult Social Services.
The topic is explored through a critical analysis of Lipsky's examination of discretion within street-level bureaucracies. The thesis first outlines Lipsky's analysis of discretion and subsequent research within the street-level bureaucracy perspective, identify the limited analysis of the role of.
This book explores the far-reaching ethical implications of recent changes in the organization and practice of the social professions (social work, community and youth work), drawing on moral Author: Sarah Jane Banks. The Deprofessionalisation Thesis, Accountability and Professional Character It is said that the deprofessionalisation of social work and other welfare occupations reduces workers' professional discretion and autonomy, and thus their capacity to act in the best interests of their by: The accountability relation with these actors consist of a horizontal relation and the accountability perspective of these actors are embedded in professional standards and ethics of the social.
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CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Cameron emphasises the complexity of accountability within social work, where social workers are accountable to a number of individual groups, agencies and institutions.
She identifies various types of accountability such as ‘legal accountability’, ‘public accountability’ and ‘professional accountability’ and illustrates the tensions that exist in practice by reference to a case involving community care.
Social accountability is an important component of an overall good governance framework. This three-module course introduces participants to the concept of social accountability and provides the skills necessary to design effective, context-specific initiatives at the local level. the social work literature for the failure of the profession to be effective and accountable; and to propose some beginning ideas which may lead toward a theory of accountability.
The recent literature on accountability chooses between being accountable to clients, administra-tion or funding sources. It is the authors' view that choosing among. Social work is a regulated profession with a high degree of legal and ethical accountability.
Social workers adhere to a Code of Ethics, legislative mandates, and organizational policies. Federal and provincial legislation has also been created and amended to address issues pertaining to personal health information and Size: KB.
Standards for Supervision of Social Work Practice 1. The NLASW Standards for the Supervision of Social Work Practice are informed by other accountability. • Social workers are required to adhere to the provisions of a Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice, federal and provincial legislation and organizational policies and procedures.
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CREATIVITY IN SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION. October Norman Jackson, Higher Education Academy. Hilary Burgess, SWAP Subject Centre. Acknowledgements: The following peopleand departments are thanked for their thoughtful and insightful contributions to this study of creativity in social work and social work education.
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SCIE's e-learning resource on Law and social work: accountability and intervention gives you an opportunity to work through a case study and apply it to different parts of practice ; You are accountable to those with whom you work. Personalisation requires you to take account of the views of the people with whom you work.
This chapter focuses on prosecutorial misconduct. In particular, it attempts to illustrate that the line between legal prosecutorial behavior and illegal prosecutorial misconduct is a thin one.
It also examines whether a number of factors, including the Supreme Court's jurisprudence and the prosecutorial culture of power and lack of accountability, create a climate that fosters : Angela J. Davis. Functions of Supervision In social work, supervision serves many purposes.
Gould & Baldwin ( 7) outline how supervision is ‘one of the professional arenas within which social workers reflect on the use of their discretion and judgement’. Writing in the context of social work. Bureaucratic Accountability Let's face it; America's federal bureaucracy, the administrative organization that handles the day-to-day business of the government, is huge.
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What does the development of external regulation and audit mean for the autonomy, discretion and creativity of practitioners.
How. • Findings: Professional expertise creates a paradox where surveillance and discretion operate within similar social space as the expression of power relations that encompass the matrix of users, carers and social workers.
On one hand, surveillance restricts practice however; on the other, complexity opens the space for resistance and new Cited by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: accountability. How to improve accountability in the workplace in 5 steps.
Sometimes managers will let employees avoid accountability at work because they dislike confrontation. But a lack of individual accountability is bad all around. It’s bad for the employees who likely know they aren’t performing well.
The Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners (TSBSWE) regulates the profession of Social Work in Texas. The TSBSWE is a nine-member state licensing board appointed by the Governor.
The board is authorized to adopt and enforce rules and is administratively attached to the Texas Department .Founded inthe National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more thanmembers.
NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.Social work students and practice learning Whistle blowing Accountability and social work academics Summary Hellenic Association of Social Workers and the promotion of social work ethics Roles and responsibilities for ethical social work File Size: 1MB.