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Core values of social work practice

Service

Social justice

Dignity and worth of the person

Importance of human relationships

Integrity

Competence

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role ambiguity

(social role theory)

lack of clarity of role

3

role complementarity

(social role theory)

role is carried out in an expected way (i.e. parent-child, social worker-client)

4

role discomplementarity

(social role theory)

role expectations of others differs from one's own

5

role reversal

(social role theory)

2 or more individuals switch roles

6

role conflict

(social role theory)

incompatible or conflicting expectations

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values that may inhibit therapeutic relationship

universalism - there is one acceptable norm/standard for everyone

dichotomous thinking - "either-or," differences are inferior, wrong, bad

heightened ability/value on separating, categorizing, numbering, "left-brain" (versus "right brain" and "whole picture"

high value on control, constraint, restraint

measure of self comes from outside, only in contrast to others

power defined as "power over" others, environment (rather than "power through" or in harmony with others)