Review how classism is represented in the Hernandez family.

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Discussion 2: Power, Privilege, and Classism

 

Power, privilege, and classism are interconnected. The more privilege you enjoy, the more power you have to access opportunities that build wealth. The more wealth you can amass, the higher your social standing. It is important to note that having wealth is not an indictment. However, the privileges that have often led to inequalities in wealth distribution are real. As a social worker, you may find yourself working with clients who do not enjoy the privileges you knowingly or unknowingly enjoy. The more you understand your own relationship to power, privilege, and class, the better you will understand your clients’ realities. For this Discussion, review how classism is represented in the Hernandez family.

 

 

Post by FRIDAY 8PM NEW YORK TIME an explanation of how classism is demonstrated in the Hernandez video. In your explanation, describe how power and privilege function to highlight classism in this case study. Provide recommendations for how social workers might address issues of classism present in the Hernandez case and advocate for change and address classist policies in their agencies

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