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Question 1 One of Wacquant’s main points is that the welfare state has replaced the police and penal state. A) True. B) False. Part of his thesis is that the penal state has replaced the welfare state. C) It is hard to tell.
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Question 2 Wacquant concludes that racist public policy and the white- black cleavage make it easier for the working class to unify itself and act like a class. A) True. B) False. See pp. 47-48. C) It is hard to tell.
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Question 3 Wacquant suggests that holding a job is not always enough to allow someone to escape from poverty. A) True. See p. 54.
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Unformatted text preview: B) False. Question 4 Why does Wacquant mention the U.S. Labor Department’s use of a restrictive definition of unemployment? A) Because he is upset that the Labor Department is so small. B) Because he is upset that the Labor Department is so big. C) Because he wants to show that the unemployment situation is worse than might be apparent from official statistics. See p. 56. Question 5 Wacquant shows that the enforcement of the penal state has been applied in an even-handed way in different neighborhoods. A) True. B) False. See pp. 67-69....
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course PLSI 200 taught by Professor Schendan during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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