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The Ethical Impact of Communication Technology and Social Media on Social Work Practice in the Deaf Community
Edward Miner Gallaudet (EMG) 210
Technology in the 21st century revolutionizes the methods of social work practice and intervention, which has ethical implications for social work practice with deaf and hard of hearing populations.
In particular, the amount of research on the ethical impact of communication technology and social media on social work practice with deaf and hard of hearing populations needs an extensive description of the unique experiences and perspectives of social workers who use technology and social media at their work.
To accomplish this goal, 175 participants were chosen from the following departments:
Participants were invited to fill out a survey using Monkey Survey that consists of quantitative and qualitative questions, including:
Microsoft Excel, SPSS, and HyperRESEARCH will be utilized to analyze data.
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Assistant Professor/Program Director Bachelor of Social Worker
Assistant Professor/MSW Program Coordinator
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