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In Johnson's personal styles for addressing conflict, the fox represents:
 
  A) The compromiser
  B) The aggressor
  C) One who withdraws in order to avoid conflicts
  D) One who values the relationship with the opponent much more than achieving his own goals



Define and give an example of relative poverty measure.
 
  What will be an ideal response?



In Johnson's personal styles for addressing conflict, the________is one who is an aggressor moving boldly into conflict.
 
  A) Fox
  B) Shark
  C) Teddy Bear
  D) Turtle



Discuss how the Elizabethan Poor Law of 1601 became the foundation for US poverty interventions.
 
  What will be an ideal response?



In Johnson's personal styles for addressing conflict, the__________is one who values the relationship with the opponent much more than achieving his own goals.
 
  A) Fox
  B) Shark
  C) Teddy Bear
  D) Turtle



List three of the major changes for benefit recipients that occurred when moving from AFDC to TANF.
 
  What will be an ideal response?



In Johnson's personal styles for addressing conflict, the____________is one who withdraws to avoid conflict.
 
  A) Fox
  B) Shark
  C) Teddy Bear
  D) Turtle



Discuss at least three of the beliefs or explanations for poverty and how each one influences corresponding policy or intervention.
 
  What will be an ideal response?



All of the following are positive aspects of conflict except:
 
  A) Conflict can cause daily routines to become more exciting.
  B) Conflict can be fun when it is not taken too seriously.
  C) Conflict can facilitate the development and depth of relationships.
  D) Conflict takes a lot of energy.



What is meant by the term less eligibility? Which belief about poverty does this term reflect?
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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1) A

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2) Relative poverty is based on comparison; used in some EU countries, how poor one is compared to others, most commonly measured as a proportion of a country's median income.

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3) B

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4) Student should discuss more than one of the following as it applies to US policy and mention that it was a basic principle of the EPASL: family responsibility, local responsibility, differential treatment, preference for work, compulsory taxation

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5) C

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6) Any three of the following: Life time limit of 5 years, work requirement, teen parents must live at home and attend school or training, and child support enforcement assistance.

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7) D

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8) Any of the following: religious, crime, motivation, human capital, culture of poverty, restricted opportunity, pauperization with interventions mentioned in the text or other appropriate examples.

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9) D

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10) Under the principle of less eligibility, recipients of assistance should not be as well off as the lowest-paid laborer. This principle illustrates the belief that poverty motivates people to go to work.
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