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Social Work 417 (Social work policy) 8-30-16

by: Sydney Anderson

Social Work 417 (Social work policy) 8-30-16 SW 417

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In-class notes from Dr. Boyas's lecture on August 30th. :)
Social Welfare Policy II
Boyas, Javier Francisco
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social, work, Policy, welfare, Government




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Date Created: 08/30/16
SW 417 8-30-16  Policies: goals pursued by institutions  Social policies: synonym to social welfare policies, but more encompassing  Social welfare policies: to satisfy individual and familial needs not met through the market system Public policy Social policy Social welfare policy  Eligibility for programs is determined by citizenship, contributions, and “means” criteria  Types of social welfare policies o Contributory: you contribute your own money/buy into it (ex. social security, disability)  Makes up 50% of U.S. social welfare budget o Means-tested: eligibility is determined by need  Makes up 13% of U.S. social welfare budget o Benefits tied to earnings or savings: you qualify based on your earnings  Makes up 20% of U.S. social welfare budget  There are more seniors currently receiving disability than people who are paying into it  Welfare state: it’s the government’s job to make sure all our needs are met o The U.S. is not a welfare state  Why does social welfare policy exist? [Definitely on the test] o Address social problems o Provide aid in emergency situations o Help keep social control/stability o Help people through economic transitions o Support industry (ex. agriculture) o Attempt to rectify social injustices o Subsidize private employment sector (cheap labor, high profits)


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