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Articulating Four Rationales for Participating in Policy Advocacy

Quiz 2 :
Articulating Four Rationales for Participating in Policy Advocacy

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Beneficence means:
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Policy-sensitive practice occurs:
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A

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Which of the following is a type of policy-related service?
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B

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Which of the following is necessary when performing a policy-related activity?
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How is policy advocacy justified from an ethical standpoint?
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In A Theory of Justice,John Rawls argues that by imagining internal arrangements through the "veil of ignorance," we conclude that:
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A social worker should liaison with an advocacy group in order to:
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Traditional social work values,such as social justice and fairness:
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Liberals are more likely than conservatives to want to:
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It is impossible to be totally objective when deciding policy issues because:
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The NASW Code of Ethics:
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Utilitarians believe that:
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A policy debate is a useful tool when:
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Empirical research:
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Which of the following is NOT one of the four rationales for policy advocacy?
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Nonparticipation in the voting process:
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Which strategies are social workers more likely to suggest?
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It is important to vote,so that:
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