HHS245 W 1 DQ 1
HHS245 W 1 DQ 1
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Date Created: 11/12/15
Why are we able to use the same problem analysis categories mentioned in Chapter One of the text to analyze historical problems as well as problems facing modern society We are able to use the same problem analysis categories to analyze historical problems and problems facing modern society because of the steps that are taken to analyze a problem There are basic steps that are taken in the analysis process that allows us to look at back at history and analyze those problems using the steps since we are still doing the same thing trying to decide what the problem is or was what could have been done or what can be done to fiX the problem In history for example we can look at what caused the Civil war and analyze the problem that started it all Look at the events leading up to it Analyze the event and see who in the end would gain something from it and who in the end would suffer from it In modern society you can use social policy as the perfect example for problem analysis There are many different ways that the same problem can be looked at depending on the situation and from whose point of View we are using Problem analysis allows looking at the problem as it is and identifies the issues regarding the problem It allows us to follow certain steps that will help us come to a conclusion on whether or not it really is a problem
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