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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