HIGHLIGHTS Uses the NASW Code of Ethics as a framework for each case. Develops a simple, easy to use process for making ethical decisions. Helps students develop confidence in their ability to make ethical decisions within the context of practice. Discusses ethical issues at all levels of practice, from individual to communities. "The idea of illustrating the Code of Ethics with the cases and analysis of how a decision is reached is excellent. The content is very interesting and will be helpful to students." Professor Jean Granger,California State University, Long Beach"I think this is an excellent text. Students often begin my class believing they understand what an ethical dilemma is when in fact they have just been exposed to the code of ethics. This book helps them analyze ethical dilemmas and think through ways to resolve them." Valerie Chang,Indiana UniversityMeet the AuthorJuliet C. Rothmanholds a doctorate in philosophy, specializing in professional ethics, and has practiced as a professional social worker for 25 years. She currently teaches in the School of Social Welfare at UC Berkeley in the fields of social work practice, diversity, aging, disability and ethics. She is also the author ofThe Self-Awareness Workbook for Social Workers, Stepping Out into the Field: A Field Work Manual for Social Work Students, andSocial Work Practice Across Disability,all published by Allyn & Bacon.Rothman, Juliet Cassuto is the author of 'From the Front Lines Student Cases in Social Work Ethics', published 2004 under ISBN 9780205412693 and ISBN 0205412696.