HLTB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Social Union Framework Agreement, Economic Globalization

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Published on 7 Nov 2011
School
UTSC
Department
Health Studies
Course
HLTB21H3
Lecture 7
October 31, 2011
what are the activities that can lead to social exclusion?
-ʻcity 3ʼ
-minimum wage jobs, not working at all
-disadvantage in social, economic, or political activity by individuals, households,
spacial areas or groups
-multiple levels of exclusion
-social economic, and institutional processes by which this disadvantage comes about
and outcomes or consequences of exclusion for individuals, groups, or communities
municipalities must never run a deficit
economic globalization: increasing integration of the worldʼs economy
-stock market crash of 2008 affected the entire world
-globalization and associated structural changes>national context: particularities of
economic policy, welfare regimes, rights of citizenships and responses to
globalization>local context: particularities of place, population, and local
governance>>social exclusion
this is a multi factorial problem: economic, social, political, neighborhood, individual,
spatial, group
social union framework agreement: helping government cooperate and share
responsibility in providing services and programs which is part of the welfare state
-these programs helped government populations
-many neighborhoods are going to fall into city number 3 if no action is taken
-they resort to volunteering because governments wonʼt take a role
-this requires public policy intervention
this problem is present in rural and urban areas
-when the federal government cuts back on its spending
-the groups that are suffering the most include recent immigrants and refugees that
come to canada
-food, dental care,higher incidence of material deprivation
-immigrants, especially racialized populations
-these immigrants have professional credentials but canʼt get them recognized here
-over crowded conditions
-minimum wage job
some neighborhoods cannot get fresh produce because they are far
-regulations stopped some people from providing fresh food in the city 3 areas
comparing racialized populations with white populations- they have a much harder
time and work low wage jobs and there is little control over this
-immigrants are taking jobs that canadians refuse to do because these are minimum
level jobs
-non racialized groups are earning more than half
comparing generations: it should have been easier for next generations to get
established
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Disadvantage in social, economic, or political activity by individuals, households, spacial areas or groups. Social economic, and institutional processes by which this disadvantage comes about and outcomes or consequences of exclusion for individuals, groups, or communities: municipalities must never run a de cit, economic globalization: increasing integration of the world s economy. Stock market crash of 2008 affected the entire world. Many neighborhoods are going to fall into city number 3 if no action is taken. They resort to volunteering because governments won t take a role. This requires public policy intervention: this problem is present in rural and urban areas. When the federal government cuts back on its spending. The groups that are suffering the most include recent immigrants and refugees that come to canada. These immigrants have professional credentials but can t get them recognized here. Minimum wage job: some neighborhoods cannot get fresh produce because they are far.

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