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Jindřich Šrajer, Blanka Chocová

Selected Issues of the Ethics of Social Work with Families


The article reflects, on the basis of selected characteristics of the current situation in families, the question of ethics in social work with families. It emphasizes the compliance of ethically required quality of experience in the field of social work by high demands placed on a social worker, resp. on his/her ability to assess in a complex and competent way a difficult life situation of a client (family) in the context of social influences and expectations, including the support of the development of their positive potential.


ethics, komplexity, social work, social worker, family, education, parents, children

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