ETHICS IN SOCIAL WORK.
WORKING WITH VULNERABLE GROUPS

Mihaela RĂDOI

Abstract


Le travail social est un activité professionelle qui se concretise par l’intervention ou l’aide dans des situations de difficultés. Cette action suppose pour le travailleur social la connaisance et la compréhension d’une réalité complexe aux dimensions multiples qui se caractérise aussi par un changement continu et nécessite une action multidimensionelle. La profession d’assistant de service social a consigné ses regles de déontologie qui concerne les bases éthiques, les principes, les objecttifs et les devoirs professionnels de l’assistant de services social.

Keywords


éthique; le travailleur social; les normes professionnelles; assistance sociale; les groupes vulnérables

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