Developing Ethical Guidelines for Creating Social Media Technology Policy in Social Work Classrooms

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Shane R. Brady; David A. McLeod; Jimmy A. Young;
  • Publisher: Indiana University School of Social Work
  • Journal: Advances in Social Work (issn: 1527-8565, eissn: 2331-4125)
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  • Subject: Human settlements. Communities | Information technology | Sociology (General) | HM401-1281 | Social work education | HT51-65 | Ethical decision making | Social media
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

This paper will discuss social media technology in the context of social work education. While social media technology is prevalent in social work education, most discourse about ethical use of social media in the classroom has taken a prescriptive and overly cautious a... View more
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