Another option would be to respond to the teacher and state that it is not my right to share a student’s confidential information with her and that it goes against the NASW Code of Ethics, but it would potential damage my relationship with her. Thus, I could potentially go against rather than support the value of the importance of human relationships by refusing to disclose a client’s confidential information. Conversely, a third option would be to state that multiple families at Dickinson Academy are struggling to access affordable housing and suggest that we work together to develop a centralized fund to support the basic needs of all the homeless families, but the student and his family would not receive the full donation being offered. Involve and inspect the NASW Code of Ethics, local, state, and national laws, and agency policies. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) serves as a guide for the daily professional conduct of social workers, and it is easily referenced when values conflict (i.e.
Banning the R-word In analyzing two essay’s about banning the word retarded, “A Movie, a Word, and My Family’s Battle” by Patricia E. Bauer and “The Case against Banning the Word Retarded” by Christopher M. Fairman. While Bauer supports the banning of the R-word, Fairman states his case about not banning words. If you call people names that would dehumanize another community of individuals, you need to keep it to yourself, because ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.’ The word retarded is considered a derogatory word toward individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. Bauer is a mother of a daughter that has Down Syndrome, who is wanting to ban the R-word. She is able to see how hurtful the R-word can be toward someone with a disability.
Perhaps that difference is actually a lack of underlying trust in your relationship. For example, instead of looking past your disagreements like George and Lennie, you hold on to them and carry them around with you like a chip on your shoulder. In hindsight these pointless arguments can greatly affect your relationship because you won’t trust each other as much as you should be able too. What you could learn from George and Lennie is sometimes you have to have a short memory. Those small arguments may seem big in the moment, but in the end they will not matter.
In the article “Education is not an Economic Panacea”, John Marsh states his argument: education is not the solution for economic and social problems (917). Just like all the individuals around him, he once thought that an education was what led people out of poverty, and away from social ills like pregnancy, crime, unemployment, and economic inequality (Marsh 915). After working with low-income adults who wanted to pursue a higher education, Marsh came to the conclusion that education won’t solve these issues stated, these issues need to be resolved, and then that will improve educational outcomes (918). Marsh’s argument has been brought up only by other writers who agree with him, but only rarely, and most people would actually believe the opposite. In order for his argument to be as powerful as he wants it to be, he needs to prove it effectively.
From my own personal experiences, some unruly children only respect a firm spanking with the law prohibiting this practice of parenting it can cause children to go down the wrong path because they don’t have the proper respect for their parents which is where children are supposed to learn respect for an authoritative figure. As the snippet of the comment from Allison, 2014 would suggest it is necessary to spank a child this is evident when the text states “Many of the parenting books that dismissed spanking as wrong pushed that a parent should reason with a child. However, science has proven that due to brain development, it is impossible to reason with a four-year-old. A four-year-old is still developing the concept of cause-and-effect and the beginnings of understanding empathy. Only discipline, causing pain to the four-year-old (and by pain, I do not necessarily mean physical pain) teaches him/her what is allowed.” This comment backs what I stated about a child learning to respect authority.
One method that would avoid the influx of children coming into care would be to work with the families instead of completely removing the child from their homes, and, from their families. This is one of the arguments for why many believe the child welfare system is failing. There is a common generalization that social workers are people who take kids away from their homes arbitrarily. Arguably, in some cases, this could be so. Removing children from their homes, at any age, have psychological, emotional, and spiritual consequences to them (Hick & Stokes, p. 160).
At times I wouldn't blame them if they were to think this in any way but I am going to have to say that have a little faith in us. What we do cane either make or break America. My responsibility is to be able to demonstrate to others that it is not a bad thing to have ambition and strive for the best in whatever it is we want to pursue. Everything we want to do or be starts with education. Even though Education can be very tedious and at moments seem extremely difficult we just need to get through it, after all education is not something meant to be easy because then it is not education and we are not learning anything, the goal is to learn, comprehend as much information and apply that to the world we live in.
Given that the parent has the complete right to decide for their newborns (since newborns are not capable of making the decision for themselves), should that individual be allowed to not vaccinate their newborns? Mill would most likely respond that the individual is free to not vaccinate their child unless it harms other people. Before we ultimately discern Mill’s position on whether society has authority over the individual’s decision in this case of vaccination, we must explain why there are anti-vaccination groups prevalent in societies today. The main issue anti-vaccination groups have with vaccines is that anti-vaccination groups believe that the substance called thimerosal, which is found in trace amounts, contributes to the development
If Singer had presented this stance, his argument would be stronger for he would be acknowledging both sides of the situation and seeking a solution that would accommodate everyone. Sending the $200 or supporting an organization are great ways to help but telling people to not to go out and buy a new television set even though they worked for it may not sit well with many. In this article, Peter Singer examines the moral conscious of mankind, especially Americans, by viewing their habits. In order to do so, he employs the use of short stories to illustrate human tendencies. Although solid, his stance is flawed because he does not acknowledge humans right to enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Without Thoreau, these two would have still gone on there way to practice civil disobedience and change the world. Although Thoreau was a significant inspiration to both of them, that does not mean that without him they would go to do what they did peacefully and just as stupendously as they did having read his works. Just because the man was inspirational in some of his philosophies does not make him a genius of any