Ethics and Law in Cyps

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Te Tohu Paetahi Nga Poutoko Whakarara Oranga
Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice)
YEAR ONE
COVER SHEET
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Akonga Names| Sanjida Pathan|
Akonga IDs| 200021986| Paper Code| WHASW 513.2|
Paper Title| Te Whakakoha Rangatiratanga: Te Ture (Social Work and Law)| Markers| Glenys Daley, Olive Leonard and Huhana Reihana|

I hereby declare the following: * I wrote the assignment myself * I researched the material myself * I sourced the material legitimately * I understood the due date * I understand the policy of resubmission * I understand that my work may be used for moderation * I have taken responsibility for keeping a copy of my work * I accept the consequences of non-compliance of all the above| Akonga Signature: Sanjida Pathan Date: 29.09.12 Electronic Signature is acceptable

Te Whakakoha Rangatiratanga: Te Ture (516.2) Social Work and Law Assignment Two Define the ethical and legal frameworks that fashion the practice of the organisation you have researched. Explain whether or not these frameworks link with takepū. Name: Sanjida Pathan|

| Excellence| Merit| Achieved| NYA|
Ngā Rārangi KōreroContent| 17 - 20 * A systematic, detailed & reasoned assessment * Substantive exploration of issues and strengths * Some critical analysis * Principled theoretical analysis shown * Effective questioning * Effective listening skills | 14 - 17 * A reasonably balanced assessment * Main issues explored * Adequate content * Some points not adequately developed * Some good questions * Some good listening| 10 - 13 * Kaupapa not fully covered * Some points confused or not adequately developed * Overuse of quotes * Adequate but with flaws * Adequate communication | <10 * Kaupapa not sufficiently covered * Kaupapa misunderstood * Content inadequate * Communication not adequate| Te Hanga-tangaStructure| 14 - 16 * Clear & logically developed structure * Clear & thorough introduction * Rapport established well * Clear development of assessment * Conclusion strong and action plan clear| 11 - 13 * Most is logically arranged * Intro covers main issues * Rapport established * Assessment achieved * Summary and action plan in conclusion| 8 - 10 * Some organisation but connections between points may not be adequate * Some intro provided * Few steps taken to establish rapport * Conclusion & action plan lacking or inadequate| <8 * Structure not apparent or very confused * Serious defects * Insufficient basis for assessment| Ngā Whaka-takotorangaEvidence of Māori and non-Māori bodies of knowledge| 7 - 8 * Regular support from both Māori & non-Māori sources * Extra evidence & references used * Quotes where appropriate with interpretations| 6 - 7 * Some support from research * Bodies of knowledge have been used and understood| 4 - 5 * Insufficient support from research * Bodies of knowledge not well integrated * Inadequate referencing| <4 * Little or no evidence of research * Insufficient or inaccurate referencing| Te Whaka-aturangaPresentation| 5 - 6 * High quality presentation * Well expressed * Excellent incorporation of te reo / tikanga| 4 - 5 * A few flaws * Quality interview * Some use of te reo / tikanga| 3 – 4 * Met required standard * Clear and could be understood * Inadequate use of te reo / tikanga| <3 * Inaudible / unclear * read from script * little/no use of te reo / tikanga| Total /50| Comments: |

In this essay I will be exploring Child Youth and Family (CYF), defining some of the ethical and legal frameworks that exist within this governmental organisation, and explore the application of takepu and tikanga within...
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