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Ethical principles and practices of human service workers are examined in accordance with the community support skill standards for human service workers and the ethical standards of human service professionals. Major legal issues in the delivery of human services are examined. The roles, functions, and legal and ethical responsibilities of the human service worker are investigated.
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Freeman, S. J. (2000) Ethics: An introduction to philosophy and practice. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson...