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  1. What is locality development? • Community change is pursued through broad participation by people at the local community level. (Rothman, 2001). • Members of the community work together to determine goals. • Social integration and the development of relationships among different racial and socioeconomic groups (Rothman, 2001). • Locality Development in Baker • - This would be a useful model to create social change in the Baker community. • The implementation of this model would facilitate the integration of minority groups and whites in the neighborhood. • It would also facilitate collaboration of these two groups in working towards a common goal (ex: cleaning up and stopping graffiti and recovering Daley Park).

  2. Social Work Values and Ethics • Value: Service • -Social workers help people in need and address social problems (NASW, 1999). • Value: Dignity and worth of a person • -Social workers are respectful and mindful of individual differences and ethnic diversity (NASW, 1999). • Value: Importance of Human Relationships • - Social workers understand the importance of relationships in implementing change. Social workers seek to strengthen relationships among people (NASW, 1999). • Value: Social Justice • Social workers promote sensitivity to and educate others on issues of oppression and ethnic diversity. • Social workers promote participation in decision-making for all people. (NASW, 1999).

  3. Ethical Standards: • - Commitment to Clients: Social workers must promote the well-being of their clients (NASW, 1999). • - Cultural Competence and Social Diversity: Social workers should have knowledge of their clients’ cultural backgrounds and use interventions that are sensitive to clients cultures (NASW, 1999). • Ethical dilemmas? • Multicultural perspectives?