An ethical dilemma is defined as a situation in which a social worker has to decide on a course of action in which the legitimate wants of one or more person are neglected because they are in direct opposition to another person’s legitimate wants. If these competing legitimate wants are based on the same level of need, one can call it an ethical dilemma.
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