Film Response

1) Is addiction presented in the way you expected it to be in the film? How does the view of addiction in the film relate to the historical perspectives you learned about in the course readings? What viewpoints do you see in the film? What viewpoints are missing?2) How does the view of addiction in the film relate to the Social Work Code of Ethics and at least one of the Social Work Grand Challenges? Please refer to at least two specific passages or areas of the Social Work Code of Ethics and at least one Social Work Grand Challenge in your response.3) How did this assignment impact your view of addiction?Guidelines

 
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