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Published by Education Services in London .
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A conflict of values may occur when your personal values differ from the organization’s values or when the choice between two important values leads to different decisions. UN-2 The positions of the parties reveal a conflict of values, in which the State’s position has prevailed up until now, given the compulsory rather than voluntary.   Value conflict is a difference of opinion created by differences in long-held beliefs and word views. The conflict cannot be easily resolved with facts because the differences are belief-based and not fact-based. value conflicts are also documented in a body of research in the social work literature that addresses both the nature of the core values of the profession and personal-professional value conflicts (Reamer, ). Personal and Professional Value Conflicts The literature documents the existence of professional and personal value conflicts in. This is a conflict of personal and professional values, referred to as an ethical dilemma. An ethical dilemma is “..a situation in which professional duties and obligations, rooted in core values, clash” (Reamer, , p.4).

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