Socialinio darbuotojo etinė kompetencija ir jos vystymo praktikoje galimybės

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Socialinio darbuotojo etinė kompetencija ir jos vystymo praktikoje galimybės
Alternative Title:
Ethical competence of social worker and possibilities for its development in practice
In the Journal:
Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai [Social Work. Experience and Methods]. 2011, [Nr.] 7, p. 113-129, 203
Keywords:
LT
Etinė kompetencija; Socialinio darbo praktika; Socialinis darbuotojas.
EN
Ethical competence; Social work practice; Social worker.
Summary / Abstract:

LTKalbėdami apie socialinio darbo profesijos konceptualizavimą įvairūs autoriai mini svarbą moralės ir etikos, kurios turėtų būti integruojamos su žiniomis ir įgūdžiais, tačiau žinoti vertybes, normas ir principus dar nereiškia juos integruoti kasdieninėje praktikoje. Todėl profesinių kompetencijų struktūroje išskiriama etinė kompetencija. Šio straipsnio tikslas – atskleisti etinės kompetencijos sampratą ir jos vystymo praktikoje galimybes. [Iš leidinio]

ENMany sociologists put different names on contemporary societies: "knowledge" or "consuming human life", and majority of them talk about destruction of human relations that should be based on the main values of human rights. In such circumstances social work profession faces big challenges and need for a new identity. During conceptualization of social work profession all authors articulate importance of morale and values as a part of professional competence. Having knowledge, skills and values does not mean that in practice social workers are behaving ethically. Many authors discussing about professional competences do not articulate ethical or moral competence, but others in the conceptualization of professional competence articulate moral or ethical competence very strongly. The aim of the article is to bring out the notion of ethical competence and explore possibilities of development of this competence in every day practice of social workers in child care institutions. The notion of ethical competence is based on Arbouche (2008), Arduino (2006), Cadieux and Laflamme (2009), Langlois (2005) and Whitton's (2007) sources. The possibilities presented are based on the results of the qualitative research conducted in Kaunas in 2010. Eight social workers with MSW degree working in the child care homes expressed necessary need for the postgraduate training about ethics in practice and suggested to organize seminars, supervision, group discussions, team work and changes in the organizational climate. More strict requirements based on evaluation of person's character for the admission to social work education and work places were recommended. [From the publication]

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2029-0470; 2029-5820
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