Social Work Practice! Trivia Questions Quiz

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Social Work Quizzes & Trivia

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Definition: Who gets benefits and services?
  • 2. 
    Two concepts of allocation?
  • 3. 
    _______________ denotes benefits made available to an entire population as a basic right. They favor public arrangements that address these needs on the basis of a general entitlement, as a social right.
  • 4. 
    ___________________ is a truly universal social program.
  • 5. 
    ____________ denotes benefits made available on the basis of individual need, usually determined by a test of income. They believe benefits should be targeted and restricted.
  • 6. 
    _________________ programs are selective programs.
  • 7. 
    Additional types of eligibility rules:  This schema is the authors’ attempt to present _________________on a continuum that considers the different conditions under which social provisions are made accessible to individuals and groups in society.  The continuum is framed by the institutional and residual models of social welfare.
  • 8. 
    Eligibility based on ________________ is conditional on membership in a group of people having common needs that are not met by existing social or economic arrangements.  The two conditions that govern this principle are: 1. Group-oriented allocations that are 2. Based on normative criteria for need.  Examples include the homeless, the elderly, immigrants, parents, and the uninsured.
  • 9. 
    Eligibility based on ____________ is conditional on membership in groups of people who have made special and economic contributions – such as veterans or social insurance contributors – or who have unfairly suffered harm at the hands of society, such as victims of racism or sexism.   This allocative principle attempts to restore equity where inequity has prevailed in the past. The two conditions that govern this principle are: 1. Group-oriented allocations that are 2. Based on normative criteria for equity.   Examples include Affirmative Action, Veteran’s benefits, and Indian services.
  • 10. 
    Eligibility is conditional on professional judgments of individual cases where special goods or services may be needed, as in the situation of the physically or mentally impaired.  The two conditions that govern the principle are: 1. Individual allocations that are 2. Based on technical diagnostic criteria of need. Examples include special education, mental health services, and disability.
  • 11. 
    Eligibility based on ____________ need is conditional on evidence regarding an individual’s inability to purchase goods and/or services.  The individual’s access to social provisions is limited primarily by his or her economic circumstances.  The two conditions that govern this principle are: 1. Individual allocations that are 2. Based on the economic criteria of need.  Examples include most public assistance programs (TANF, WIC, SSI, Food stamps).