By Marianne R. Woodside / Tricia McClam
AN creation TO HUMAN companies, 6th version, presents a realistic and entire creation to the sector of human prone, together with its old improvement, basic recommendations, and the fundamental talents scholars might want to be triumphant as operating execs. The textual content completely explores the present nation of this dynamic, evolving occupation, illustrating key options in each bankruptcy with compelling, real-world case experiences. The authors' attractive sort is helping scholars eagerly grasp even complicated fabric and get ready for fulfillment in quite a few human prone careers.
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More signiﬁcant, however, was the acknowledgment in the legislation that the state had a responsibility to relieve need and suffering and that the disadvantaged not only deserved assistance but also had a legal right to it. The law included three main features. The ﬁrst was compulsory taxation to raise funds to help the needy. 2 SUMMARY POINTS: ELIZABETHAN POOR LAW OF 1601 Law passed as the number of poor increased Compulsory taxation to raise funds to help the needy Classification of dependents according to ability to work: children, the able bodied, and the ‘‘impotent poor’’ Responsibility for those in need was first with the family and then with the government system developed during feudal times.
Thatcher of Boston began placing youthful offenders under the supervision of ofﬁcials such as sheriffs and constables. In 1841, the concept of ‘‘friendly supervision’’ was introduced by John Augustus, a shoemaker. He helped drunks and other unfortunates by bailing them out, sometimes paying their ﬁnes, and then providing ‘‘friendly supervision’’ as they adjusted to a new life. The most well-known organization to provide assistance to ex-convicts was the Salvation Army, created in England in the late 19th century by William Booth.
According to those who interpreted Darwin in social terms, the natural order of life was that the ﬁttest would survive, creating a society of perfect people. Those who were unﬁt would not be able to meet their own needs and would not survive. A HISTORY OF HELPING 35 Supporters of Social Darwinism called for the repeal of poor laws and statesupported human services that facilitated the survival of the ‘‘unﬁt,’’ as they believed that all change must be natural. ’’ This belief was especially popular between 1870 and 1880.
An Introduction to Human Services, Sixth Edition by Marianne R. Woodside / Tricia McClam