pauperism


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Yule is better known perhaps for his work in Economics where he documented a positive correlation between the degree of pauperism in a district and the generosity of provision of food for the poor; this was used to argue that there was a causal relationship between the generosity of such relief and the degree of pauperism in Yule (1899).
DUGDALE, THE JUKES: A STUDY IN CRIME, PAUPERISM, DISEASE, AND HEREDITY 51 (4th ed.
The Homestead Statute is said to be part of a "uniquely American contribution to the law of real property" (31) intended to preserve the value of the family home, encourage home ownership, prevent pauperism and build and stabilize communities.
32) He further contends that the segregation of 'deviants' in Queensland was so effective as to allow the perpetuation of the myth, heavily promoted in immigration propaganda, that pauperism did not exist in Queensland.
Their interest in co-operation was built upon the foundations laid by Welsh manufacturer and social reformer Robert Owen, who believed that ideal communities based on co-operation rather than competition would eliminate unemployment and pauperism and create a prosperous and harmonious community.
He preaches and dictates laws which punish injustice and mean-spiritedness at the same time that they defend and uplift society's victims, whom we can only assume are people just like him, suffering from pauperism, overwork and general neglect.
The former includes economic inequality or property incomes etc in addition to social inequality such as dependence or exploitation while Pauperism denotes ones inability to maintain at the level conventionally regarded as minimal.
The Constitution of the Female Hebrew Society further tells us that the Society sought to protect the poor without encouraging pauperism.
Nonetheless, Jewish leaders in England worried about the welfare of their community, pointing to the persistence of poverty and pauperism, and endemic religious indifference.
Alexis de Tocqueville, in his magisterial Memoir on Pauperism (the piece with which I open my social welfare course), anticipates and discusses both these questions.
The aristocratick party seem to entertain very vague notions of pauperism.
Like the "economists" Aurora alludes to, EBB critiques paternalistic dependence, pauperism, and over-legislation; unlike the economists, she situates women and morality at the center of her critiques.