Part 2 of Semester Project (35% of final grade): Critique of Policy, plus Advocacy Development. Submit a 7-8 page double spaced paper on the policy response to this social problem. The policy described must be a federal or state policy (not a local or agency policy). The paper should also include at least 4-5 peer-reviewed articles. This is due on Day 7 of Module 14.
For Part 2, papers must include:

Describe more thoroughly the state or federal policy that you introduced in Part 1 of the assignment (approximately 2-3 pages).

What is title/name of policy;
When and why was it developed;
What are the major element/mandates of the policy;
Describe the federal branch AND local NJ agencies that oversee this problem and what their oversight consists of?

Critique the adequacy of this policy (approximately 1-2 pages).

Citing recent research literature, how effective has the policy been in addressing the social problem? Be very specific about how the research measures efficacy of the policy.
What outcomes inform the policy analysis? How adequate are these outcomes or indicators?

Design and develop a hypothetical advocacy effort that social workers could implement to address the social problem/policy (note—should use chapters 9 and 10 from the Handbook of Policy Practice {from earlier in the semester} to inform this part of the assignment). Students do not have to implement the advocacy effort, but must describe ONE effort that could be done.

A brief introduction of the advocacy effort you are creating and why this specific advocacy effort was chosen and why it is a good fit for addressing the problem/policy (approximately 1 page).
The theoretical advocacy effort (maximum of 2 pages): an Op-Ed piece for a newspaper; letter to a Congressperson; policy memo for a legislative office, etc. Again, this does not need to actually be implemented, but must be detailed in a way that shows how it could be implemented.

Conclusion section in which you describe how social work training and experiences can inform understanding of the social problem and how social workers can participate in the policy solution.

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