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Conservative

Likes tradition

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Conservative Value Systems: Political

In favor of keeping things the same, little government intervention in social order.

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Conservative Value Sys.: Human Nature

Cautious of trusting others; tend to keep family affairs private

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Conservative Value Sys.: Individual Behavior

Autonomous, self-governing, each individual is responsible for their actions

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Conservative Value Sys.: Family

“Traditional Values” and ethics

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Conservative Belief Sys.:

1. People are responsible for their own success or failure
2. A successful and profitable life is achieved through hard work
3. Society should maintain law and order but not interfere with individual families

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Liberal Value System: Political

Value some government intervention, in favor of government change and reform

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Liberal Value Sys.: Human Nature

Optimistic and more trusting; believe that human beings are capable of change

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Liberal Value Sys.: Individual Behavior

Belief in autonomy, but emphasize the impact of social environment on Individual behavior

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Liberal Value Sys.: Family

Evolving and ever changing institution that sometimes needs assistance from outside sources

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Liberal Belief System

1. Society has some role in filling material and emotional needs
2. Change in human nature is possible and desirable
3. Environment factors may hamper success. Ex: lack of edu. And childhood relationships.
4. Social problems may resolve with personal effort and assistance

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Dependency

A state of being in which a person is unable to meet ones basic needs

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Social Welfare

manages dependency through the provision of opportunity

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Residual

People should rely on government support only in times of crisis or emergency. (Ex: SNAP; Medicade, Head Start, TANF).

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Economic

Marked transfers of nonexistent capital.

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Cash Support System

Workers compensation, or anything given through money. Ex: Social Security, VA Benefits, unemployment, Temp. Assista. For Needy Families(TANF)

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In-Kind Support

Ex: WIC, medicade or medicare, donate, thrift shopping

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Involuntary Needs

Child welfare workers, law enforcement(getting a speeding ticket), involuntary mental illness

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In-Kind Programs

Dept. of Public Health Services (birth control, flu shots, free testing), public housing, SNAP, Emergency Assistance

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Charity Organization Society COS

formal training of the friendly visitors, social caseworkers; Josephine Shaw Lowell

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Absolute = Poverty Line

A set of income level below which people are considered to be poor, and above which people are considered not to be poor.

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Radical

Favors extreme/ disruptive change

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Liberal

Favor both equality and change

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Marginal Poor

is a state of poverty that occurs when a person lacks stable employment

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Residual Poor

Been poor all their lives; multigenerational

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Cultural Poverty ( lack of money and a lifestyle )

the poor remain in poverty because of their adaptations to the burdens of poverty

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Voluntary

Voluntarily applying for assistance

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Charity Organization Society Valued

Religion and hard work

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Person in Environment (PIE)

People become who they are by experiencing their environment

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Organic Mental Illness

Born with it