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List what you think are the important values you hold as a social worker. 2. 3? 3. Can you suggest any modifications/additions to the CCETSW list? 3 Values and Knowledge This chapter will explore the interrelationship between knowledge and values through discussing the value implications of some of the theories and models proposed for social work. It will highlight the tension between Kantian, utilitarian and radical values discussed in chapter 2. ' are all questions that have long puzzled philosophers, so it is perhaps not surprising if they have also given social work theorists some food for thought.
They liken, in fact, the social worker to the driver of a car who nevertheless drives knowing the brakes are faulty. If I had run over the child while driving with faulty brakes, then I would have been morally blameworthy. According to Hollis and Howe, in taking on the job of social worker, the worker knows that she is being asked to drive a car 22 Ethics and Values in Social Work with faulty brakes. Therefore she must expect and accept moral blame when bad outcomes occur (as they inevitably will).
But it is thought to be highly unlikely that the father will seriously injure or kill the child. So, on balance, it is decided to leave the child with the family. We know it is a risk a moral risk as well as a technical one - which was why we described the situation as a dilemma. There are not welcome outcomes, only less unwelcome ones; when the choice is the lesser of two evils, whichever one chooses, it is an 'evil'. This is a constant problem for the social worker. If the social worker has carefully thought through all aspects of the dilemma, and made a decision to act in order to try to avoid the worst outcome, she has acted with moral integrity.