Chapter 6,8, and 10
Chapter 6,8, and 10 42907
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Chapter 10 Social Policy 0 Principles and courses of action that in uence the overall quality of life as well as the circumstances of individuals in groups and their social relationships Social Policy as Process Policy Formulation Identify problem that affect social functioning De ne the problem as a public issue Analyze ndings and con rm evidence Provide the information to the public Study alternative solutions Prepare an initial policy statement that identi es goals Develop supportive organizational structures and political relationships Legitimize policy efforts through public support Construct the policy andor program design Implement and assess the social party Social Policy as a Product Policy Implementation 0 Includes legislation and executives orders congressional actions judiciary interpretations administrative decisions and actual programs and services Social Welfare History 0 Social Security Act 1935 provides unemployment insurance old age insurance and direct aid to people who were unemployed old blind and orphans through state welfare Welfare Reform in the 199039s quotEnding welfare as we know itquot transformed federal public welfare assistance programs into statebased programs with decreased federal scal support Medicaid and Medicare 0 Medicaid o A medical assistance program for qualifying lowincome families 0 Medicare 0 Meet the health needs of people who are 65 years of age or older some people under 65 with disabilities and people with end stage renal disease
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