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Gender, ethics and social work : An international study of students' perceptions at entry into social work education

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Gender, ethics and social work : An international study of students' perceptions at entry into social work education. / D'Cruz, H.; Soothill, Keith L.; Francis, Brian J. et al.

In: International Social Work, Vol. 45, No. 2, 04.2002, p. 149-165.

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D'Cruz H, Soothill KL, Francis BJ, Christie A. Gender, ethics and social work : An international study of students' perceptions at entry into social work education. International Social Work. 2002 Apr;45(2):149-165. doi: 10.1177/0020872802045002328

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abstract = "The connections between gender, ethics and social work are complex. Based on a cross-national project, this article investigates how student social workers commencing their professional education in Australia, Canada, the USA and the UK rank the importance of selected social work aims. The equivocal findings from a statistical analysis of gender, age and university of enrolment pose interesting questions for further exploration.",
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