9th Wards: A Case Study

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Besides the governments disproportionate allocation of resources in regard to conflict theory’s “have” and “have-not’s”. The 9th Ward individuals still came back to their governmental forgotten community in order to have a sense of identification and mutuality with their community again. So, social workers should essentially go into the community and interact with the rebuilding process as well as assess the 9th Wards list of imperative needs especially concerning psychosocial needs. As earlier discussed I think the implementation of working with small businesses would be impactful in the rebuilding process and establish long-term solutions. However, another significant need pertains to prevention in which if another devastating natural disaster

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