Ppt on social contract theory

Social Contract Theory. Social Contract Theory & Significance  Social Contract Theory: Society is based upon a shared agreement of all citizens. Citizens.

society ought to be defined less in terms of individual rights instead of societal duties. People are defined more as functions of the society than independent entities. Questions 1). Whose Social Contract Theory do you agree with the most? The least? Explain! 2). Has society acted more to improve humans or has society ‘corrupted’ us? If improve, how (be specific)? If it has/


:: Field Instructor Seminar I. 1. School’s mission statement & the critical approach; 2. Learning contract; mid point progress review; final evaluation;

; :: W hat is a Critical Approach? … under the umbrella of a critical perspective: Radical social work; Structural social work; Anti-discrimination (anti-racism, feminism) & anti-oppressive practices :: Social Work Theories Reflexivity, emancipation & dialogue; Commitment to social change & social justice; Equality of ‘clients’ in practice & research. :: Principles of Critical Approach Learning contracts: Flexible, dynamic, subject to change Individualizes the field objectives of the school to match student/


1 Do Engineers Have Social Responsibilities? “People enjoy what technology can do for them while often ignoring what it can do to them” --Edward Wenk.

when one is in a position to play a more critical part in producing harm than is another person, one must exercise greater care to avoid so doing” 64 I. Social Contract Theories EngineersSociety (1)Autonomy(1) promise to design and produce safe and (2)Funding and educational opportunities reliable technologies (3)Control over licensing and entry requirements(2) promise to regulate themselves/


Chapter 2 Theories of financial accounting. Copyright  2003 McGraw-Hill New Zealand Pty Ltd PPTs t/a New Zealand Financial Accounting 2e by Deegan and.

and norms change across time. Bounds and norms change across time. Based on a ‘social contract’ between society and the organisation. Based on a ‘social contract’ between society and the organisation. Copyright  2003 McGraw-Hill New Zealand Pty Ltd PPTs/ t/a New Zealand Financial Accounting 2e by Deegan and Samkin Slides prepared by Grant Samkin 2-47 Legitimacy theory (cont.) Organisations/


1 Session 3: Understanding Motivation The session contents: The Significance of Motivation. The Significance of Motivation. Motivation Theory: Human Need.

of Motivation. The Significance of Motivation. Motivation Theory: Human Need & Satisfaction. Motivation Theory: Human Need & Satisfaction. Outcomes: Expectancy Theory. Outcomes: Expectancy Theory. The Psychological Contract. The Psychological Contract. 2 The aims of this session are to/. Forming natural work units. Giving increased responsibility. Vertical loading. Opening feedback channel. 33 The social-technical systems approach: An approach to job design and job analysis developed by the researchers at/


The Philosophers Way A Text with Readings CHAPTER FIFTH EDITION Copyright © 2016, 2013, 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved what is social.

, Inc. All Rights Reserved Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679). This British philosopher was a thorough-going materialist who tried to reconcile free will with materialism. He is best known for his social contract theory, which advocates the transfer of power to an absolute sovereign Burghley House Collection, Lincolnshire, UK/Bridgeman Images Copyright © 2016, 2013, 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved 10.3/


Module 10: Justice – Hobbes, Rousseau, and the Social Contract

States, the French Revolution, the development of both liberal and socialist theory, and the growth of nationalism. Rousseau When we enter into the social contract we take on a duty to set aside our private, self-centered/ democratic theory in general and in the provisions of the U.S. Constitution in particular. Morality Defined by Social Contract Theory Whether you find yourself aligning more with Hobbes or Rousseau in terms of the social contract, morality, as defined by social contract theory, might/


SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORIES

monarchy. John Locke (1632-1704): Argues in favor of representational democracy. Anti-royalist. KEY PLAYERS IN SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORY Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778): Argues in favor of direct democracy. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804): Argues / lead by a monarch/government with the people’s interest at heart. KEY PLAYERS IN SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORY John Rawls (1921-2002): Argues in favor of an imaginary social contract within a democracy, an “Original Position.” VIEWS ON HUMAN NATURE Hobbes: Humans are selfish/


Ethics Theory and Business Practice 4.1 Social Contract Theory – Part One Some Key Themes.

relationships between companies and their stakeholders and to help us think about the broader relationship between business and society classical social contract theory 1.why do we move from the state of nature to society? 2.what do we sacrifice in so/ benefits of a particular business relationship we act as if we had agreed to make the associated sacrifices social contract theory and the relationship between business and society society offers benefits to business in enjoying those benefits, business takes/


Class 2 – Law & Social Norms SOCIAL NETWORKS, SOCIAL NORMS, AND BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS LIOR STRAHILEVITZ, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL.

social network theory explain and rationalize information privacy law? PROFESSOR LIOR STRAHILEVITZ, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL 2013 SUMMER SCHOOL IN LAW & ECONOMICS STEWART MACAULAY & THE BIRTH OF THE LAW & SOCIETY MOVEMENT Non-Contractual Relations in Business: A Preliminary Study, 28 American Sociological Review 55 (1963). Key findings: Businessmen in Wisconsin pay little attention to contract/ & Gertner, Filling Gaps in Incomplete Contracts: An Economic Theory of Penalty Default Rules, 99 Yale L/


The Origins of the State and Social Contract Theory

they grant absolute authority to a sovereign ruler in order to obtain security; No right to rebel John Locke (1632 - 1704) Expanded on social contract theory; Second Treatise on Government According to John Locke: Life is very difficult in a state of nature; All people are born with certain natural rights, but those rights are not /


January 20, 2011. 1. Liberalism 2. Social Contract Theory 3. Locke, Liberalims Social Contract and Natural Law 4. Locke on Property 5. Utilitarianism.

of freedom and equality.  There are two elements to social contract theories:  1. they begin with an account of an ‘initial situation’, this is a description of a pre-contract situation, this situation is generally either overtly hostile (such as/.  Thus the coercive authority of the state is just.  Locke is a liberal thinker whose political theory is based in social contract theory.  Locke understands political power as the power of making laws (regulations that limit freedom) and executing penalties/


Field Instructor Training: From Classroom to Practice

-macro levels of practice Professional history and identity Orientation to strengths-based and empowerment practice, cultural competency, person-in-environment, social justice and social change Ethical practice according to NASW Code Fit and niche of social work as a career Writing Contracts Learning Progression Theory: Cognitive, affective, and psychomotor awareness and skills are developed in sequence over time and with practice. Focus on concrete tasks/


CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing Keith A. Pray Instructor socialimps.keithpray.net CLASS 3 ETHICS © 2015 Keith A. Pray.

be? Depends on homogeneous community standards for morality. Plato and Aristotle, more recently by Alasdair MacIntyre. © 2015 Keith A. Pray14 Deontological Theories – A.K.A. nonconsequentialist – Theory/study of moral obligation Consequentialist Theories Social Contract Theory Virtue Ethics – A.K.A. Character Based Theory CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing ETHICAL ACTIONS Based on belief that people are – Rational – Free to choose Mandatory Prohibited Acceptable Why does society/


1st and 2nd Lectures, STV4346B: “Introduction to Comparative Political Economy: Approaches, theory and methodology” (some of the slides will probably.

even when initiative from private sphere State affects private agendas and make-up of social groups State as historical specific organizational structure Rational choice A theory of human action Optimal choice under constraints Preferences are exogenously given Predictable irrationality from/ of an agent (or a good) of a particular type to self-select into a contract in a way not desired by the other contracting party, due to private information about own type (quality). A contractual relation can be modeled/


Contemporary Views of Justice and the Social Contract “What is Fairness or Social Justice in Today’s Society?”

the least well off, thus avoiding extremes of socio-economic status. Libertarian? Egalitarian? Contractarian? America’s philosophical basis of justice is in social contract theory. Which theory best represents America as you see it today? Evaluation of Justice How is America doing as a “just society?” What is our social health? Are the inequalities in socio- economic well-being so extreme as to threaten the/


Advanced Theory Locating Law (E. Comack) CC 400. In order to understand the law/society relation, we need to place law within the nexus of race, class,

society. Men struck a social contract. This social contract empowered the institutions of law and government to arbitrate the conflicts between individuals and to ensure and orderly, organized society. Men struck a social contract. This social contract empowered the institutions of / that, in its initial stages, consisted of a critique of liberal pluralism (labeling and group conflict theories) for not going far enough in their assessment of the functionalist approach. While functionalist approaches can be/


Social Responsibility & Managerial Ethics Ch 5. What Is Social Responsibility? The Classical View The Classical View Management’s only social responsibility.

follow all legal rules and regulations. Protects the interests of underrepresented stakeholders and the rights of employee. Protects the interests of underrepresented stakeholders and the rights of employee. Integrative Social Contracts Theory Integrative Social Contracts Theory Ethical decisions should be based on existing ethical norms in industries and communities in order to determine what constitutes right and wrong. Ethical decisions should be based on existing ethical/


Political & Social Philosophy Political philosophy: is the legitimacy of government The proper organization of human beings governed by law or instinct.

own natural rights He has “earned” a punishment and the punishment must fit the crime Locke’s theory of justice is retribution and preventative Distributive justice for Locke is a meritocracy. The sovereign has been given the authority to create law by the social contract. For Locke the function of the political state is to guarantee the moral state The political state is/


1.Systems and Environment of the Public Sector. Value: Humanism Theory: Motivation Behavioral Model Human Relation School Organization Development School.

Values and E-Government Effectiveness Organizational Level Democratization/ Decentralization Theory Sociotechnical Theory Societal Level Dystopian Theory Social Capital Policy Issues Global Integrationist Theory Right regulatory and public policy environment for the digital/ of financial and human resources Relationship management Management capacity Performance management using service-level contracts Analytical Framework of Managing Government Information Technology Outsourcing CHEN, Y.-C. and Perry,/


CISB 412 Social and Professional Issues Understanding Ethics.

live. In order to make this work society needs to also provide the system to enforce the rules 7. Social Contract Theory Seven Ethical Theories Close correspondence between rights and duties If you have the rights to live, then others have the duties not/to free health care when you are ill, then others have the duty to make sure you receive it 7. Social Contract Theory Seven Ethical Theories A negative right (absolute right) – duty to guarantee that you will be left alone to exercise your rights, guaranteed/


Copyright  2005 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Australian Financial Accounting 4e by Craig Deegan 2–1 Chapter 2 Theories of financial accounting.

their activities are perceived to be legitimate Bounds and norms change across time Based on a ‘social contract’ between society and the organisation (continues) Copyright  2005 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Australian Financial Accounting 4e by Craig Deegan 2–40 Systems-oriented theories (cont.) Legitimacy Theory (cont.) Organisations must appear to consider the rights of the public at large, not just/


Social Contract Theories : Antecedents to Classical Criminology.

occupation  No one is above the law  Rejected individual power in favor of collective  New members should not alter the state to their advantage  Preservation from conquest The importance of Social Contract Theories…. “Contractual models have come to inform a vast variety of relations and interaction between persons, from students and their teachers, to authors and their readers.” Classical Criminology & Neo-Classical Crime/


Politics and the Social Contract: John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau Clark Wolf Iowa State University

. Knowledge comes from our senses. False and misleading ideas we get are added by imagination and "fancy." Empiricism: The theory that all knowledge comes to us through the senses. Insignificant Speech: Literally meaningless noise presented under the false guise of communication/SON. Once we GET a sovereign, Hobbes has no problem, but before the sovereign, we cant contract. The Upshot: We can’t make a social contract unless one is already in place. LOCKES SOLUTION: "Truth and keeping faith belongs to men as /


1 Social Contract Theories Soazig Le Bihan - University of Montana.

Conclusion Advantages 11 Objections and Answers Objections Answers Egoism (Hobbes) Impartiality (Kant, Rawls) Actual Contract (Hobbes) Implicit Contract (Kant, Rawls) No responsibility outside of contract (Hobbes) 12Outline From the state of nature to the social contract Morality and self-interest: the prisoner’s dilemma Objections and Answers Conclusion Advantages 13 Social Contract Theories Conclusion Deficient as a foundation of morality Moral behavior is more than rational behavior between/


CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing Keith A. Pray Instructor socialimps.keithpray.net CLASS 3 ETHICS.

be? Depends on homogeneous community standards for morality. Plato and Aristotle, more recently by Alasdair MacIntyre. © 2014 Keith A. Pray14 Deontological Theories – A.K.A. nonconsequentialist – Theory/study of moral obligation Consequentialist Theories Social Contract Theory Virtue Ethics – A.K.A. Character Based Theory CS 3043 Social Implications Of Computing ETHICAL ACTIONS Based on belief that people are – Rational – Free to choose Mandatory Prohibited Acceptable Why does society/


Government and the State Agenda SWBAT: Recall characteristics of states and theories of government Examine the purposes of American government Homework.

. That’s right! They don’t have full sovereignty! THUMBS UP or THUMBS DOWN Great job, kiddos! Thanks for all your help! Origins of the State Four Theories: – Force Theory – Evolutionary Theory – Divine Right TheorySocial Contract Theory Force Theory Theorists believe the state may have been born through force One person or a group claimed control of an area and forced people to abide by their rule/


Contemporary Views of Justice and the Social Contract “What is Fairness or Social Justice in Today’s Society?”

? Egalitarian? Contractarian? America’s philosophical basis of justice is in social contract theory. Which theory best represents America as you see it today? Evaluation of Justice How is America doing as a “just society?” What is our social health? Are the inequalities in socio- economic well-being so extreme as to threaten the social contract? The Index of Social Health, United States, 1970 – 2010 48.8/100 Lowest/


CISB 412 Social and Professional Issues Understanding Ethics.

they live. In order to make this work society needs to also provide the system to enforce the rules 7. Social Contract Theory Seven Ethical Theories Close correspondence between rights and duties If you have the rights to live, then others have the duties not to/right to free health care when you are ill, then others have the duty to make sure you receive it 7. Social Contract Theory Seven Ethical Theories A negative right – duty to guarantee that you will be left alone to exercise your rights. E.g. Freedom /


Chapter 1. Chp. 1 Vocabulary 1. State 2. Nation 3. Sovereignty 4. Government 5. Social contract 6. Constitution 7. Industrialized nation 8. Developing.

. In return, the state agreed to protect its citizens. He believed people did not have the right to break this agreement. Social Contract: This theory opposed the Divine Right Theory. Thomas Hobbes believed in a “state of nature”, no gov’t. existed. By contract, people surrendered to the state the power needed to maintain order. In return, the state agreed to protect its citizens. He/


Tekst hier Belgian Social Security network : Mgt contracts Page 1 September 2006 Negotiating performance agreements in the Belgian social Security network.

process Intermediary Output Step 1 Original input Step 2 Final Output Involved actors Secundary process Tekst hier Belgian Social Security network : Mgt contracts Page 8 September 2006 3. Testing the theories Lessons learned Belgian Social Security network : Mgt contracts Page 9 September 2006 Our observations and the theories Multipartite negotiations besides one to one Changing coalitions and oppositions Principal > Agent Autonomy in danger Successful central steering/


3-1 Copyright © 2014 McGraw-Hill Education (Australia) Pty Ltd PPTs to accompany Deegan, Financial Accounting Theory 4e F INANCIAL A CCOUNTING T HEORY.

2014 McGraw-Hill Education (Australia) Pty Ltd PPTs to accompany Deegan, Financial Accounting Theory 4e Problems in presence of many different parties The ‘contracting argument’ might be good in principle but tends to have problems in the presence /-setters give consideration to views in submissions, accounting standards and therefore financial reports are the result of various social and environmental considerations –tied to the values, norms and expectations of the society in which standards are developed/


SEEM 35301 Work, Motivation and Agency Theory Motivating employees Behavioural theories Principal-agent model.

. For instance, some companies have a policy of promoting from within. A firm may also Organize social gatherings, Run its own school, Operate other family support programs. Non-Monetary Incentives SEEM 353026 Motivating / 353037 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc SEEM 353038 Summary Behavioural theories of motivation Managing the Knowledge worker Principal-agent problem Incentive-compatible contracts Management/Technological strategies to enhance productivity Job Design? SEEM 353039 Principal-Agent/


1-2 3-2 Philosophical Ethics and Business McGraw-Hill/Irwin Business Ethics: Decision-Making for Personal Integrity & Social Responsibility Copyright.

one of the most powerful and influential accounts of justice. Rawls offers a contemporary version of the social contract theory that understand basic ethical rules as part of an implicit contract necessary to insure social cooperation. Rawls’ theory has proven influential in political theory, economics, and the law. Rawls’s theory of justice consists of two major components: a method for determining the principles of justice that should/


BASIC POLITICAL THEORY AND HISTORICAL ROOTS What is Government?  Government- Is the institution through which a society makes and enforces its public.

people are selfish  Gov’t must police selfish people  “Correct the offender, not ‘ eye for an eye ’” Social Contract Theory __________ _____________: -ENGLISH PHILOSOPHER (1632-1704) -CHALLENGED THE BELIEF THAT KINGS HAD A ____ RIGHT TO RULE. -ARGUED /of Powers 3 branches of government -legislative, executive, judicial Checks and balances Purpose of Government  Based on the social contract theory, the purpose of American government is to:  Form a More Perfect Union  Establish Justice  Insure Domestic /


Career theory - Organisational Perspectives

psychological contracting identity process theory Women, careers and the work/family interface Minority group careers Future directions Schein (1971) Theory of the Organisational Career The ‘organisational career’ is about how individuals move through an organisation. Individuals (micro-level) ~ Organisation (macro-level) ‘Career’ denotes a decision making process regarding who to move, when, how and at what speed. The Self is conceptualised as ‘socially constructed/


Dr Lambert Engelbrecht Dept of Social Work, Stellenbosch University

as possible a word or parameter with which to qualify it Dr Lambert K Engelbrecht Dept. of Social Work, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Competencies 1. Policies and legislation 2. Methodologies   3. Assessments 4. Contracting with service . users 5. Engagement with service . users 6. Integration of theories, . . perspectives and models 7. Utilisation of specific . Intervention programmes 8. Documentation 9. Management 10 Monitoring and/


Chapter 11—possible test questions:

morality is to solve problems that have the form of the prisoner’s dilemma? (10 points:) What, according to social-contract theory, are the rules of morality? (10 points:) What are two considerations in support of the social-contract theory of morality? Hobbes’ Social Contract Theory Section: 11.1 Ideas on Social Contract Theory can be found in his text entitled Leviathan published in 1651 One way to arrive at a moral/


The Social Contract 1 Jan Narveson - Beyreuth, July 4-6, 2008 Subject: general moral principles - in the social (or political) area of morals [not the.

reason has to be benefit to the individual doing it (d) the benefit in question is contingent on the other persons cooperation The Social Contract 6 Jan Narveson - Beyreuth, July 4-6, 2008 7. Theories about the terms of the social contract -> libertarianism (Rawls "system of natural liberty") a la Hobbes - anything else? problems with that.... lib represents the minimum of rationally acceptable grounds for/


POLITICAL PHILOSOPHERS 101

JOHN LOCKE English philosopher who accepted and revised the social contract theory. A major influence to the Declaration of Independence and The Federalist. TWO TREATISES OF GOVERNMENT (1690) Attacks the theory of divine right of kings and the nature of/Montesquieu Thomas Paine Thomas Hobbes Jean-Jacques Rousseau FINAL THOUGHTS Thus, social contract theory basically states that in order to live in a society, humans agree to a social contract. They sacrifice some freedoms in order to obtain certain rights. /


Section 1 Introduction-1

the state so the state may preserve order and rights. Section 1 Assessment-4 Critical Thinking 5. Making Comparisons Thomas Hobbes and John Locke both subscribed to the social contract theory of government. Analyze their views of that theory. Both believed that people surrendered to the state the power needed to maintain order, but Locke believed that people had the right to break that/


Module 4 Social Determinants of Financial Reporting

expectations management has been found to rely on the media, with the media being observed to shape community expectations Legitimacy Theory versus Positive Accounting Theory Legitimacy Theory has been compared to the Political Cost Hypothesis of PAT Legitimacy Theory relies on the notion of a ‘social contract’ it does not rely on the economics-based assumption that all action is driven by self-interest and wealth/


Ethical Theories Jessica Purath Lindsey Rasmussen Douglas Sass

society. As a result, the right thing for her to do is return the unpaid-for item. Social Contract Theory Sulina’s Dilemma According to Social Contract Theory, Sulina has willfully agreed to follow the laws of society and to hold herself accountable for her /employee who mistakenly put the item in her bag, to get in any trouble, as another key tenet of Social Contract Theory is preserving our rights and freedoms by cooperating with other individuals. Ethical Egoism Sulina’s Dilemma According to Ethical /


SSE-160 Introduction to Child and Youth Services Chapter 6 Theories, Strategies, and Techniques for Practice.

solving. The social worker directs and helps the child or adolescent to identify, challenge, and change thinking patterns that result in dysfunctional forms of emotions, behavior and problem solving. Cognitive Theory ABC Theory (Albert Ellis) ABC Theory (Albert Ellis)/4. Problem Steps in the Problem-Solving Process 1. Request for services 2. Identifying the problem 3. Contracting 4. Implementation of the plan 5. Termination 6. Evaluation Assumptions and Thinking Underlying the Approach Learning is problem/


Slides developed by Les Wiletzky Wiletzky and Associates Copyright © 2006 by Pearson Prentice-Hall. All rights reserved. Ethics and Social Responsibility.

you would have them do unto you.” 7 - 9Copyright © 2006 by Pearson Prentice-Hall. All rights reserved. Rawls’s Social Justice Theory (1 of 3) Rawls’s social contract Rawls’s social contract A moral theory that says each person is presumed to have entered into a social contract, with all others in society, to obey moral rules that are necessary for people to live in peace and harmony/


Gikomba market,Nairobi Utopian capitalism. Utopian capitalism: two thms (6) Exchange: contracts & power (7) Wages & work (8) Wages & work (continued,

lecs)Evolutionary dynamics (5 lecs) Research papers to be presented Brown, Martin, Armin Falk, and Ernst Fehr. 2004. "Relational Contracts and the Nature of Market Interactions." Econometrica. Krueger, A. & Mas, A. Strikes, Scabs, and Tread Separation: Labor Strife/the realm of economic theory proper. 80...The marginal utility theory, which in no way extends our knowledge of actual processes, is in any case superfluous for the theory of prices. 83 Cassel, Gustav. 1967. The Theory of Social Economy. New York:/


1 of 29 PART III The Core of Macroeconomic Theory © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Prepared by: Fernando Quijano & Shelly Tefft.

the decrease in demand. d.The decrease in unemployment that results after the decrease in demand. 15 of 47 PART III The Core of Macroeconomic Theory © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall social, or implicit, contracts Unspoken agreements between workers and firms that firms will not cut wages. relative-wage explanation of unemployment An explanation for sticky wages (and therefore unemployment/


Classroom Presentations

but Important Did your presentation add to the general understanding of this theory in the context of class. What will happen. Up to 6 /-defining role Conveys a sense of identity Facilitates the generation of commitment Enhances social system stability Sense-making and control mechanism How a Culture Begins Ultimate source /. This is a very difficult task to do from the details. Contract Administration - Manages supplier contracts; ensures customer contract are in place to support work Can you tell me about a/


A Teacher’s Guide to Designing the Most Effective Lessons

together to meet desired outcomes Students work together to develop a contract for different assignments, projects, whole class, etc. You have now reviewed the three Learning Theories and have seen how they can be integrated into Marzano’/problems put on board, students can interact with problem with digital ink. Science – virtual dissections, Google Sky for Astronomy Social Studies – Google Earth for showing locations coupled with information, maps available instantly. NetTrekker: NetTrekker can be used in /


Math 479 / 568 Casualty Actuarial Mathematics

risk Risk management functions, objectives, and techniques Contract law Insurance contract provisions Types of insurance coverages (summaries provided for your information) Adverse selection Risk theory and insurer solvency Vocabulary We First Must Learn /Health Types of Insurance Private Government Life and health Property-casualty Lines of business Reinsurance Government Social Social security Unemployment Other FDIC Fire Inland marine Ocean marine Personal auto Commercial auto Homeowners Commercial multi/


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