The Development and Teaching of the Ethical Principles and Guidelines for Family Scientists
ethics education, ethical principles and guidelines, National Council on Family Relations, professional ethics
This article describes the development of the Ethical Principles and Guidelines for Family Scientists that the National Council on Family Relations Board of Directors unanimously approved. Furthermore, it discusses the importance of ethics education for family professionals and provides suggestions for educators. Finally, the ethical principles and guidelines are delineated. We argue that the development of a scholarship on ethics education is important for current and future family scientists.
Original Publication Citation
Adams, R. A., Dollahite, D. C., Gilbert, K., & Keim, R. E. (2001). The development and teaching of the ethical principles and guidelines for family scientists. Family Relations, 50(1), 41-48.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Adams, Rebecca A.; Dollahite, David C.; Gilbert, Kathleen R.; and Keim, Robert E., "The Development and Teaching of the Ethical Principles and Guidelines for Family Scientists" (2001). Faculty Publications. 5021.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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