Discriminations in Welfare Groups: The Term Paper

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Nearly all of the existing models for financial redistribution available in American politics isolate potential applications on lines of income, while others divide along racial, ethnic, and religious lines to help insure the same standard of living for all of those in need -- adults and families included.

The current situation in America highlights the need to isolate welfare recipients further, by more than just income and instead to also take into account the idea of regional differences that foster not only varied opportunities of employment, but also a wide array of external sources of lifetime substance. Because America is still trying to balance the difference of tax revenues, budget allotments, and other sources of welfare subsidy, it is most important that both social scientists and legislators illuminate the regional discriminations that exist between the urban and rural poor.

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Potterfield, Shirley. "On the Principle of Reform: Spell Durations for Rural, Female-Headed Households." The Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 80, No. 5. (Dec. 1998) p. 994.

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Findeis, J. & Jensen, L. "Employment Opportunities in Rural Areas: Implications for Poverty in a Changing Policy Environment." The Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 80, No. 5. (Dec. 1998.) p. 1001.

Findeis & Jensen,

Ibid.

Landis, p. 59.

Ibid, p. 72.

Hess, Robert D. "Educability and Rehabilitation: the Future of the Welfare Class." Journal of Marriage and the Family. Vol. 26. P. 423.

Weed, Frank J. "The Social Position of the Welfare Class in Urban Industrial States." The Pacific Sociological…

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