Eye on Ethics: The Challenge of Electronic Communication
Department (Manual Entry)
School of Social Work
Virtually no social worker would want to return to the electronically primitive days of the late 19th century despite widespread laments about how oversaturated and overwhelmed contemporary practitioners are by electronic communications. Most social workers have come to accept the trade-offs involved in their dependence on electronic tools, recognizing that, despite the drawbacks, they enhance and facilitate the delivery of services.
Reamer, Frederic G., “Eye on Ethics: The Challenge of Electronic Communication,” Social Work Today, vol. 8 (3), 2008, pp. 6-7.