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HWC 311 Class Note 6

by: Dana Mass

HWC 311 Class Note 6 HWC 311

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These notes go over what happened during the debate and what he spoke about after.
Social Work Policy Services and Analysis
Jack Farrington
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dana Mass on Thursday October 6, 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: 10/06/16
Thursday, October 6, 2016 HWC 311 Class Note 6 - Addiction means you cannot go to work - Immigration debate: Against immigration: - 72% americans want less immigration - 1,000,000 illegal immigrants per year - 1% are being deported - 188% increase - public schools becoming over crowded - assimilation is impossible - 60% earn < $20,000 per year - Mexican government gives immigrants survival kits - when you intersect race and culture you get language barriers For immigration: - Three myths: economic, criminal, terrorism - milk would go up by 61% - 10% of social security comes from immigrants Is there a difference between immigrant and refugee? - What is poverty: deprivation, absence of capital - Is there a difference between poverty and poor? - Poor vs. Rich, - Need vs. excess - Class: public education or private - Charter schools are public schools. They take public money, students, they take money from the school boards in the neighborhood. They have more hours of education. - Poverty is an industry. - Poverty complex: making money off of poverty (Nassau county jail has a private insurance company for inmates) - social workers are gatekeepers, they keep people out - Monopoly: - Robber barons: people who will buy properties in the same industry - these people crushed opposition - Policy tradition = institutions, if you are deemed to be healthy you can either go to a work house or a prison - Calvinists = people who work do well, people who work are god willing - Social darwinism: if people are sick and in need government needs to help, survival of the unfit. - Darwin’s theory: animal behavior, survival of the fittest - We do live in a class based society - If you're a slob or you stay clean, you can succeed. - Shylocking: loan out money to people and have them pay 1


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