Ethical vulnerability in social work education: An analysis of NASW complaints.
SO: Journal-of-Social-Work-Education. 36(2): 241-252, Spring/Summer 2000.
This article reports the findings of a study reviewing ethics complaints filed with the National Association of Social Workers from 1986 to 1997 and details the degree to which students, faculty, and field instructors are the subject of allegations and findings of misconduct. The research is examined in the light of the literature on supervision, academic misconduct, and student and personnel grievances. It concludes with recommendations for promoting ethical practice in social work education. (Journal abstract.)