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HWC 311 Class Note 4

by: Dana Mass

HWC 311 Class Note 4 HWC 311

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These notes cover everything that was discussed in class which included a chapter review and the questions we discussed about the movie. The information with the stars is what he told us to remember.
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dana Mass on Friday September 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HWC 311 at Stony Brook University taught by Jack Farrington in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Social Work Policy Services and Analysis in Social Work at Stony Brook University.


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Date Created: 09/23/16
Thursday, September 22, 2016 HWC 311 Class Note 4 **10/6 there will be a test debate** **The Midterm will be on 10/20** - The Ferguson effect: after the situation, the communities outrage caused the police to move away. The police believe that they have been brutalizing the press and they are moving out of the high crime areas which has crime increase. 3,000 people have been shot in Chicago this year because of this effect. (Donald Trump believes in stop and frisk) - The basic purpose of a policy is to protect people. Its used to fix a problem and to bring a solution. - **Who benefits from stop and frisk and who loses? - **55 million people were not registered to vote who were evangelical. President Bush used the term “good versus evil” and “evil doers”. Good will always triumph (says Bush). These terms do not mean the same thing to everyone. - **Traditional values are values that are learned from families and the people you grow up with. - **Evangelical: someone who is “born again” and believes in Jesus Christ. - **Equal rights amendment: anti-family, we say its good because it came about during communism. It was never passed. - **Minority majority: political action group that supports prayer and the teaching of creationism in schools. - **Silent majority: are more people who don't speak up but believe in what someone is saying. - Moralism - Chriwstocentric: is the central religion, the most important religion - Judeau-christian - John Calvin and Martin Luther are both protestants (one who protests against the Roman Catholic Church). They believed priests were doing things to young boys and the church was stealing money. - Calvin believes that work is a gift of god and people who do know take advantage of it is going against god. He also said if you don't work, you don't eat. If you love god, they will love you back. (Our country was founded on this belief) - Catholic religion for many years was the only christian religion coming out of Rome. - Priests were not allowed to be women because they were supposed to not get married. - The Church of England: Henry the 8th, asked the pope to forgive his marriage and disarticulated England from the church (C of E, episcopal church) - To be born again, you cannot be Episcopal. - In this election, we believe that a major of evangelicals will vote for Trump because of certain policy issues. Hilary is against prayer in school and abortion. - Pg 40 in the textbook: social work started in churches in England and in the United States. - **Charity organizations societies (COS): wealthy women took a hobby to “fix” poor people. They wanted them to amulet their lifestyle which means that these poor people needed to follow these women in regards to their beliefs. “If you do what I do, you will be poor no longer”. They didn't give money, “Friends not alms”. The poor needed to live a prestige life, no sex, no drugs, no alcohol. - Settlement house movement: buying a house in a poor neighborhood and brought in doctors, nurses, social workers, and the poor people of the neighborhood would be living together in this house and there were teachings given in the house. 1 Thursday, September 22, 2016 - George W Bush’s ideas - Pg 44: Johnson declares a war on poverty. - Pg 47: Environmental concerns were based on junk science. People still do not believe in global warming. “We are not here to serve Europe, that is not the objective, man is the objective”. - Reagan believes that humanhood begins at conception and that person is entitled to all of the laws that every other person has. Personhood is established when a person is conceived. - Enhancing the quality of life: Linden Johnson did the best job at it. His poverty bill has seemed to be ineffective. Women now have the right to say no to their husbands for sex even if their husbands want it. - We still think women are second class. We need to see what both sides want to do and not favor only one side. Questions about movie: 1) Whats an angel? An invisible being which represents goodness. A demon represents evil. 2) What is the bible? A word of god in book form. 3) What is being baptized? Cleansed of a sin. A person who sin’s is called a sinner. A sin is when you do wrong. 4) Is religion mythical? People follow policies and the words of the bible which makes it real. 2


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