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    What is a personal value? A personal value is an individual's absolute or relative and ethical value, the assumption of which can be the basis for ethical action. A value system is a set of consistent values and measures. A principle value is a foundation upon which other values and measures of integrity are based. Some values are physiologically determined and are normally considered objective, such as a desire to avoid physical pain or to seek pleasure. Other values are considered subjective

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    Social and Ethical Values

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    Social and Ethics Values In this word document I will be talking about social and ethical values, how they have an impact at the workplace and how they relate to Ikea’s aims and objectives. There are various different types of factors that we need to consider for social and ethical values such as: 1) Production/products 2) Suppliers 3) Customers 4) Workers 5) Environment 6) Local communities All of these factors have an impact on the workplace. Products/ Production:

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    Social Value and Identity My discourse community is one of a kind, and special, because we are all so close so we always know what's going on with each other. We also always have something to do every day there is never a day where we would just sit around and be bored. We also are all athletes, so we go to the gym and run basketball games and workout. My discourse community is important because we keep each other on the right path and not let each other go down the wrong road. If one of us has

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    Along with teaching family values and integrity, another common life-lesson task of parenting is to teach children how to responsibly manage the money that is given. With these money-management goals, when giving money to a child, parents must also guide a child toward being selfless; a child should be taught not to view self as socially above others who may be without. Unfortunately, in the current century, this viewpoint is generally not the case. Money has become an ongoing focus for most as wealth

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    One of the social service work values required in this situation includes, “service to humanity” (Ramsarran, 2015, p. 3). Referencing the text on the values and ethnics of social service work provided during first semester, “service to humanity” focuses on “upholding service in the interest of others consistent with social justice” (Ramsarran, 2015, p. 3).” It explores “balancing one’s own needs with the collective needs of the people” (Ramsarran, 2015, p. 3). Furthermore, it involves” acting in

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    out their values throughout their life experiences. Therefore, everyone is figured to have different values because everyone goes through different life experiences. "Values are the implicit and explicit ideas about what we cherish as ideal and preferable," (DuBois & Miley, 2014, p 108). My personal values are honesty, social justice, equality, and service. There has been a situation within my life that made me value each one of those values. For example, I developed service as my value by seeing

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    • Paragraph 1: Discuss your personal values and how these values interact with the social work values. I deeply value family and believe that it is a bond where you love and protect one another. I also value respect for one and respect for others and integrity. I would have to be aware that there are many social work cases that consist/ involve some sort of abusive relationship/ situation whether it’s the parents or children. I value human relationships and a safe home and environment for children

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    here on earth things are very differently than they are on Procyon A and B. Values and attitudes are what guide our day to day decisions on every aspect of our lives. It is very important to understand how our social and private values impact our everyday lives. I am going to tell you how we manage to stay organized here on earth. Some time ago, a man named Shalom H Schwartz came up with a theory on human values which became known as The Schwartz Theory. The Schwartz Theory is something which

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    Social Welfare Values

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    Values and Social Welfare Social welfare is an idea that can be described as having two major purposes: social treatment, or helping people, and social control (Day & Schiele, 2013). The helping aspect of social welfare is one of the most common associations people think of when they hear it (Day & Schiele, 2013). However, the social control aspect is a little less common for people to associate with social welfare (Day & Schiele, 2013). Being aware of both aspects is important in the field of social

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    ..................................................................................................... 3 NASW CODE OF ETHICS..................................................................................................3-4 PERSONAL VALUES VS SOCIAL WORK VALUES.......................................................4 ETHICAL REASONING.....................................................................................................5 AMBIGUITY IN RESOLVING CONFLICT..........................

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