In this paper, we discuss the relationship between social work and whistleblowing. Our claim is that in spite of whistleblowing being an important dilemma for social workers because it puts to a test the commitment to promote and protect the welfare of their clients, there is little research done on the subject. The paper presents a study to examine the self-reported readiness of undergraduate and graduate students of social work to blow the whistle in protection of their clients' interests. Adapted from the source document.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics|
|State||Published - 2008|