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SOCWORK 1A06 Lecture 3: Social Work - Charity & Moral models

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Social Work
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Chase Collver

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1 Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Social Work Professor C. Collver Lecture notes Socio-Political Context of help: Charity & Moral Models Morality Attitudes and beliefs about what is right or wrong, good and bad. Morality is not a fixed concept but that is not fixed construct, but one that is socially constructed and is influenced by the social context. Charity Institutionalized form of help. Socially constructed. 1601 Poor law developed. Three levels of response; Family first. Outdoor relief (coats, food, clothing, etc). Indoor relief. Marks beginning of Charity Model. No analysis of social structures. Targeted groups; People w/ disabilities. Single mothers. Elderly. Those with criminal backgrounds. Poverty seen as a flaw in a persons character. Participation in Poor Houses had a negative connotation. 1832 Start of Moral Reform Era (19 and earl 20 ).h People were migrating to urban centres to look for manufacturing jobs. Number of people seeking relief increased. Provinces and territories had informally been following the Elizabethan poor laws. 1860 Most provinces adopted the Poor Law or the English Civil law.
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