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  • Social Workers Offer Hope Without Offering Values
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    The Impact of Values-Clarification on Ethics in the Helping Profession America is faced with an overwhelming abundance of moral and social problems which seem to consume the fragilely woven fibers of our nation. What has happened to America? What can be done to rescue the innocents in society from those who seem to prey upon them? Can one person make a difference? Those in the human service profession have felt a calling, have been affected by the seeming hopeless perils of the weaker members of...
  • Weber's View On The Fact Value Question
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    Max Weber and Social Science Max Weber thought that "statements of fact are one thing, statements of value another, and any confusing of the two is impermissible", Ralf Dahrendorf writes in his essay "Max Weber and Modern Social Science" as he acknowledges that Weber clarified the difference between pronouncements of fact and of value. 1 Although Dahrendorf goes on to note the ambiguities in Weber's writings between factual analysis and value-influenced pronouncements, he stops short of offering...
  • Second Fundamental Social Value
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    Fundamental Factors To criminalize something, that is to say make it illegal, requires months sometimes, even years of thought. When the lengthy process is underway, the creators of the law must ask themselves two important questions: "Does the action that will be made illegal violate fundamental social values" and "Is making this action illegal the best way to protect social values" If the answer in both these cases is a 'yes' then the law should be created. If they are not, then the law should...
  • Jessie's Moral Values
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    Adolescent literature often presents values, which are considered controversial. These values, which frequently influence the thoughts and actions of their readers, can be split into the three broad categories of personal, social and moral values. They include values such as friendship, love, loyalty and honesty. Many texts these days contain some form of controversial values, which often force their reader to question what message is being portrayed. The movie "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's S...
  • Motivational Significance Of Evaluation
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    Everybody is questioning the effectiveness and fairness of the traditional way of evaluation. Especially methods like multiple choice where the line between real knowledge learned by students and the ability to answer these kinds of test is really thin. The discussion about the fairness is quite obvious if we think that a province like Alberta has provincial exams for all students without considering special learners or particular focuses and interests of students. However we have to agree that ...
  • Values And Restrictions Of Their Respective Societies
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    Emma by Jane Austen is set in Highbury, a small village in England in 1815 while Clueless by Amy Heckerling sets Cher in multicultural Beverly Hills LA. Both Emma and Cher are the protagonist heroines of Emma and Clueless respectively. They are constrained by the values and restrictions of their nature and background. Emma is constrained by classicism and position within a society while Cher is constrained by the 20th century society i.e. Wealth and image. Various language techniques have been t...

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