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Historical approaches to social welfare
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Historical approaches in America power point Slide 5 increased poverty because of disease war widows with kids disabled and orphans Slide 7 Poor laws were left to smallest unit of government Local responsibility Slide 8 residency requirements important because it39s still used in our country Slide 9 indoor vs outdoor reliefpublic charity Indoor in an institution setting like poorhouse workhouse ams house Outdoor outside of an institutionso person can work in the home but not considered indoor because it39s not an quotofficialquot institution Slide 10 Private charity Private would supplement and religious would supplement for organizations aimed towards free blacks immigrants Slide 11 Great awakening Religious revival gave people a softer outlook towards philanthropy The poor were not to be blamed they were the victims Rich were responsible for the poor and the poor should be grateful Slide 13 American Revolution Who was left out Minorities women black men Slide 15 This attitude is still with us today Slide 19 Colonial family ethic Females were timid passive Obedient wives always stay busy moray pure only for white middleclass homemakers proper work Relioious freedom power point Slide 2 What is connection between separation of church and state and SW Meaning can state give funding to church and religious organizations Also SW began from religious groupsorganizations Example G Bush allowed more religious groups to apply for fundshelp but was this quotrightquot Slide 4 in terms of religious freedom religions should practice what they preach Misc notes Law remained on the side of established religion People started to challenge their ministers Established religions were breaking down Puritans were similar to Israelites If they didn t pray enough bad things would happen There were not to question anything and conform to everything They were rebelling against the Catholics but they didn t wantallow anyone to rebel against them Joh Winthrop was head guy of puritans in America Ann Hutchinson challenged john Winthrop She was educated knew the bible very smart independent 0 Claimed that God spoke to her directly Claimed she was saved but the puritans didn39t believe in that type of salvation They believed a person had to work their whole life and continue to be quotgoodquot for salvation CAN39T REMEMBER WHAT THE FOLLOWING NOTES APPLY TO Spirit is absolute not the government God is with us amp we want rights and freedom Defend their rights


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