Learning Goal: I'm working on a social work multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.The NASW Code of Ethics has been the "bible" on professional conduct and ethical behavior for social work practitioners. It is written as guidelines for social work practice. Over the years, the Code has been modified to better reflect contemporary practice.However, some critics have charged that the document is "too clinical" and does not do a good job at addressing community practice. As a student who is specializing in community partnerships and is involved directly in a community-based field placement, you are asked to re-examine the Code of Ethics for its relevance to your community partnerships practice.There are three parts to this paper:I. Choose a subsection* of the Code of Ethics that you think best supports community practice. Thoroughly explain your choice, substantiating it with examples from your work at your current field placement. (15 pts)II. Choose a subsection* of the Code of Ethics that you think least supports community partnerships practice. Thoroughly explain your choice, substantiating it with examples from your work at your current field placement. (15 pts)III. Create an addendum to the Code of Ethics that reframes the least supportive subsection that you chose in part II so it better supports community partnerships practice. (15 pts)Paper should include 3 pages + cover page*Note* A "subsection" is considered a numbered section under one of the six Ethical Standards (e.g., 1.01, 2.10, 3.02). And a PDF of the code oof ethics is attached Community Partnerships: Students in the Community Partnerships specialization are educated to advance the needs and capacities of the total community by promoting social and economic justice and maximizing human potential. They are educated to commit themselves to addressing the life circumstances, such as poverty, violence, discrimination and disparities in social and economic justice that fall disproportionately on vulnerable groups and challenge the spirit of the entire community.