The Essence Of Injustice Regulations In The Welfare System: Article Analysis

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There are two articles I found relevant because they improved my knowledge on the essence of injustice regulations in the welfare system. " The new feudalism" by DeGrew (2013) and.

DeGrew (2013) focussed on the concentration of wealth in the United States during 2013 and the concept of new feudalism through the implementation of regulations that affect the poor sector but benefit the wealth sector. As as future advocator I found this article very interesting because it gave me in-depth guideline to comprehend the reasons why the system implements a lot demanding regulations that affect people who seek for welfare services.DeGrew (2013) explained that the concentration of wealth in this country has lead to the new system of feudalism. According
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The reproduction, the transformation of social classes, distribution of goods without bads, the distribution of goods and bads are four significant factors that negatebly impact on the poor sector. As a future advocator I must know how the system utilizes those factors that through regulations directly affect the poor population. Ulrich (2013), "utilized Dean 's curran theory about the concept of risk class to radicalize the class distribution of risks that are significant in the risk of society aspect". In other words, Ulrich 's (2013) agreed with Mr curran ' arguments about the following: the relevance of risk society concept in terms of classes implications. There are regulations that the system has implemented that affect the low clsses because of the wrong way the system has organized the modern society in response to risks. This is how society has been structured to distribute the goods and bads that are affected by social classes. Also, According to Ulrish (2013) " there are other factors of social structuration that affect the distribution of good and bads in this society such as gender and race".The distribution of bads is related to class differences ( poor sector) and the distribution or goods has to do with the ( hierquii ) or wealthy sector. Ulrich perspectives about social inequality are based also on another important concepts of the social scientist Curran which are risks society and individual risk. Euginez 's ( 2006) claimed the following: science, the principal institution for identifying and analyzing risks, is drawn into an untenable, Janus-like position. By engaging in its traditional role of generating new discoveries and new technologies, science inevitably creates and adds to existing risks. At the same time, science is the principal institution for detecting and analyzing risks, especially

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