Capital University News, California State University, Sacramento
A social contract is an agreement of rights and responsibilities
between citizens and their government. This November, that contract will be
the topic of a panel discussion at Sacramento State, “Reinvigorating the
Social Contract in the 21st Century.” The free lecture will take place
from 1-5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the Hinde Auditorium in the University Union.
University of California, San Francisco sociology professor Carroll Estes will
lead the conversation and accentuate the responsibilities of the government
in times of widespread crisis. The discussion will highlight the emergency response
to Hurricane Katrina and criticisms by the public and media.
The panel will also discuss how California’s upcoming special election,
the nation’s social security program and effective disaster relief are
all affected by the social contract. The event is sponsored by the Sacramento
State Division of Social Work and the Government, Gerontology and Women’s
For more information, contact Sacramento State professors Lynn Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Sue Taylor at (916) 278-7176 or at email@example.com.
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