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Reviewing, Refreshing, and Revitalizing Ethical Issues
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In this section, we will begin with a brief
case study to get you thinking. Remember, I will read the question then the four
choices, followed by a musical tones requesting you to turn the tape player off
to think about your answer. When you turn the tape player back on again the correct
answer, along with an explanation will be given to you.
- Reamer, F. G. (2009). Social Work Ethics Casebook: Cases and Commentary. Washington, DC: NASW Press.
In the course of consulting with you, a colleague tells you that her
client, Sharon S, has just received a Citizen's award for work in the community.
You believe Sharon would be a good asset to your agency's executive board. When
you contact the chair person of the selection committee to make your suggestion
you . . .
a. may not reveal the information about Sharon's award
reveal the information about Sharon's award
c. may reveal the information
because it is favorable and not derogatory to the client
d. may reveal the
information, but only after contacting the client for her permission
and enter your answer go to .