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Your Bibliography: Banks, S., 2001. Ethics and values in social work. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
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Your Bibliography: Beckett, C. and Maynard, A., 2005. Values & ethics in social work. London: Sage.
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Your Bibliography: Dalrymple, J. and Burke, B., 2006. Anti-oppressive practice. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
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Your Bibliography: Ife, J., 2001. Human rights and social work. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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