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HWC 310

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Dana Mass
Stony Brook U
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Included in these notes are the list of readings that we need to do by September 12th and what we went over in class.
Political Economy Social Welfare
Christopher Coverdale
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Date Created: 09/01/16
Monday, August 29, 2016 Political Economy of Social Welfare HW: Read- (BB): Universal Declaration of Human Rights (REP): Chapters 1 “The radical potential of human rights” Chapter 2 “The human rights framework and economic policy” (BB): Blau, J., “The Political Economy of U.S. Social Policy,” in Michael Reisch, editor, Social Policy, Social Justice (Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, 2014), pp.101-123 (ABC): Chapter 1 “Economics and Liberating Theory” - Declaration of Human Rights: Written by Eleanore Roosevelt in 1943. - Human Rights: belong to all people regardless of their sex, color, language, national origin, age, class, religion or political belief. - Inalienable: cannot be taken away - Indivisible: its a whole, you cant take piece by piece - Interdependent: respect of each other’s human rights - UDHR: was formulated by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. This discussed international issues about human rights. 1


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