Ch 35: Moral Issues in Economic Equality & Poverty

About This Chapter

Watch informative video lessons to learn about the morality of economic policies concerning equality and poverty. Take short quizzes at the end of each lesson to measure your level of comprehension.

Moral Issues in Economic Equality & Poverty - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

The devastating effects of poverty have led to a rigorous examination of economic policies in societies throughout the world. The following chapter lessons will teach you about economic and moral questions and the controversial ways that they relate to poverty. As you complete the videos, take multiple-choice quizzes for self-assessment and feel free to contact knowledgeable instructors with any questions. These lessons contain information on things like:

  • Fair taxation
  • Economic equality vs. inequality
  • The morality of justice & fairness
  • Poverty and affluence
  • Different power theories

Video Objective
Moral Questions on Economic Equality & Inequality Examine moral questions associated with economic equality and inequality.
The Moral Issue of Having Poverty Amongst Affluence Evaluate the moral issue of poverty's existence amongst affluence.
The Morality of Justice, Fairness & Taxation Take a look at the topics of justice, fairness and taxation as they relate to morality.
Social Power Theories: Pluralist, Power-Elite & Marxist Models Differentiate the pluralist model, the power-elite model, and the Marxist model as power theories in society.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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