The Other ‘Subsidized Housing,’ and watch the video, The House We Live In.
Hanchett, T. W. (2001). The other ‘subsidized housing’. Journal of Housing & Community Development, 58(1), 18. Retrieved from the http://www.nahro.org/housing-journal
Based on information from your textbook, the required article, and the video, address the following points:
- Provide two specific examples of federal laws or Supreme Court rulings that were victories for the equality movements of the 1960s and 1970s and explain how they have contributed to spreading opportunity to a specific group of Americans.
- Provide at least one specific example of continuing inequality and discuss how history can explain why it still exists.
Using the textbook, An Examined Life: Critical Thinking and Ethics Today, provide real-world examples of 3 of the fallacies listed in chapter 16.
For example, the Appeal to Nature- if one claims that anything that is natural, is good ( or better than something else) then they may be committing the fallacy of appeal to nature.
An example of this is a show on Discovery channel called, Naked and Afraid. On the show, survivalists spend 21 days in remote locations without anything- including clothes. Few, even those participating on the show, would argue that using clothing ( which is technical, unnatural) is inherently bad because it is not natural.
Be sure to:
- address the prompt(s) fully (write a paragraph);