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Sociology 1 Lecture17

Sociology 1 Lecture17 - Sociology 1 Lecture#17 12:23:00 PM...

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Sociology 1 Lecture #17 06/03/2008 14:23:00 Social Justice—the communal and individual realization of these rights without  the restrictions of oppression Civil rights—before the law Political rights—before the state Social rights—economic rights (healthcare, welfare, provision etc.) Human rights—the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled —the right to participate in culture, the right to work, the right to education Social justices is both a philosophical problem and an important issue in  politics, religion and civil society Achieving Social Justice: the left and right Left—a greater degree of economic egalitarianism, which may be achieved  through progressive taxation, income redistribution, or property redistribution Right—operation of a free market (free trade laws/no taxation), which  provides equality of opportunity and promotes philanthropy and charity Video Life and Debt What impact did international monetary fund policies have on Jamaica as  community, from the perspective of the Jamaicans seen in the film?
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