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  1. Asylum seekers are particularly vulnerable to poverty due to a range of factors, and live in a state of relative or absolute poverty within the UK

    Kensington has 324 despite a maximum capacity of 77 Asylum seekers, Tuebrook houses 276, with a capacity of 82 and Anfield has 156, with a capacity of 73. The southern areas of Liverpool, which are more affluent, do not house any dispersed Asylum seekers (Macpherson, 2014). Benefits Alongside the accommodation, a limited amount of financial support is also provided under Section 95 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1995 (Topping, 2009). A single person over 18 seeking asylum receives £36.95 (Gov.uk, 2015a)

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  2. The main nature of this assignment is to attempt to demonstrate an understanding of Social Work Ethical Principles, Values and Standards, Discrimination and Disadvantage

    We are all shaped by early socialisation (Social Learning Theory) which becomes learned behaviour. One of my personal values is honesty, as a child I was always encouraged to provide truthful information and was punished if I was ever caught telling untruths. The link between the action of telling untruths and the punishment served, acted as a deterrent, however; as I matured, personal experiences helped to embed this value. This fits with Albert Bandura?s suggestion that people learn from observing the behaviours, attitudes (and subsequent outcomes) of others. This was evidenced by the famous bobo doll experiment, where a teacher hit and kicked the bobo doll in front of a classroom of children.

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