Role playing for social values
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Role playing for social values decision making in the social sciences by F. Shaftel

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Published by Prentice-Hall .
Written in English

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Statementby F. Shaftel and G. Shaftel.
ContributionsShaftel, G.
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Open LibraryOL19945416M

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In Chapter V, Playing with Ethics: Experiencing New Ways of Being in RPGs, David Simkins focuses on role-playing games. He argues that they are particularly amenable to ethical play, and uses philosophical, psychological and game studies frameworks to review good design principles for encouraging ethical play. Ideas for Teaching Social Work Practice Supported by: Indeed, teaching social work practice is not an easy task. In the following materials we describe ways to help students develop the necessary activities, demonstrations, role plays, rehearsals, and so Size: KB. Role theory is similar to social cognitive theory in that its emphasis is on the way the social environment shapes the developmental process. In this theoretical framework, a role is defined as any set of behaviors that has a socially agreed-upon function and an accepted code of norms (Biddle, Biddle and Thomas as cited in Newman and Newman. This book focuses on the multifaceted role of the school social worker and the ways school social workers can utilize their knowledge, skills, and values to improve the lives of students. The book attempts to help the reader understand how to incorporate social work skills into the public school system on an individual, group, and community Size: KB.