Test Bank For Foundations of Social Policy Social Justice in Human Perspective 4th Edition by Amanda Smith Barusch

Test Bank For Foundations of Social Policy Social Justice in Human Perspective 4th Edition by Amanda Smith Barusch

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Test Bank For Foundations of Social Policy Social Justice in Human Perspective 4th Edition by Amanda Smith Barusch

Part I: Policy Analysis Frameworks

Chapter 1: Social Justice and Social Workers

  1. 1. A post-modern approach to defining social justice is distinct from a modern approach in that
  2. it does not tell us exactly what a just society would look like.
  3. it treats justice more as a process than as a goal.
  4. it emphasizes the importance of equality.
  5. A and B

ANS: D               PG: 5               EPAS: 2.1.5b

  1. David Miller identified four components of social justice. They are:
  2. fair process, political equality, rights, and needs.
  3. dignity, self-respect, equality, and membership.
  4. need, desert, rights, and equality.
  5. None of these

       ANS: C               PG: 8               EPAS: 2.1.5a

  1. Robert Nozick argued that inequality is not necessarily unjust. His viewpoint is an example of which of the following perspectives?
  2. Utilitarian
  3. Marxist
  4. Libertarian
  5. Liberal

  ANS: C                PG: 12            EPAS: 2.1.5

  1. Members of the United Nations General Assembly were inspired to adopt the Universal Declaration of Human Rights because of:
  2. World War I.
  3. the Holocaust.
  4. the Industrial Revolution.

ANS: B                PG: 9               EPAS: 2.1.5a

  1. The U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been called
  2. “A letter to Santa Claus.”
  3. an “international Magna Carta of all men everywhere.”
  4. Both A & B
  5. None of these

ANS: C               PG: 9               EPAS: 2.1.5a

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