In Conversation with a Case Story: Perspectives on Professionalism, Identity and Ethics in Social Work

Authors Ana M. Sobočan, Sarah Banks, Teresa Bertotti, Kimberly Strom, Ed de Jonge, Merlinda Weinberg
Published in Social Work, Ethics and Social Welfare
Publication date 4 March 2020
Research groups Living and Wellbeing
Type Article


In this co-authored article, one contributor presents a case story from an interview with a social worker in Slovenia, while five others offer commentaries on ethical aspects of the case. The story comes from a practitioner working with a pregnant young woman, arranging for adoption following birth. The article ends with reflections on the value of exploring multiple perspectives and engaging in dialogue in developing ethical understandings and actions.

On this publication contributed

  • Ed de Jonge | Researcher | Innovative Social Services
    Ed de Jonge
    • Researcher
    • Research group: Living and Wellbeing

Language English
Published in Social Work, Ethics and Social Welfare
Key words Social Work; Ethics
Digital Object Identifier 10.1080/17496535.2020.1726982

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