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Social Policy and Family Resilience In this Assignment, you are asked to apply k

Social Policy and Family Resilience
In this Assignment, you are asked to apply knowledge on how social policy can either promote or discourage family resilience. To increase the likelihood of long-term family resilience, human services professionals must view problems of families using a human rights lens. It is important for you, as a human services professional, to recognize the ethical codes that impact client care. For this Assignment, you will use your knowledge from the course readings and research from articles in the Purdue Global Library to investigate the impact inequality and lack of access to necessary services can have on family resilience.
For this Assignment, please respond to the following:
Identify two family constellations that exist in the United States today and provide a brief demographic summary of each. Using a human rights lens, identify equality issues that each family constellation faces when functioning in society.
Use the two-family constellations identified above and identify specific policies that exist in the United States that either promote or deter resilience of families. Analyze and discuss specific ways each policy promotes or deters family resilience.
Based on your knowledge of family resilience and public policy, identify one unmet need that families face and discuss what you can do as a human services professional to either create a new policy or change an existing policy that addresses this issue.
The assignment should be a 3- to 4-page expository essay (not including the title and reference pages) and should include the following elements:
Include a minimum of two scholarly or academic sources in addition to your text to support your responses and conclusions.
Make sure that all sources listed on the reference page correspond to in-text citations in the body of your paper.
Reference:
Arditti, J. A. (2015). Family problems: Stress, risk, and resilience (1st ed.). John Wiley & Sons.

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Family Policy through a Human Rights Lens Chapter 18 of your text reviewed socia

Family Policy through a Human Rights Lens
Chapter 18 of your text reviewed social policies that focus on individuals and families across the domains of family formation and family care. It then analyzed family policy through a human rights lens and identified areas of injustice and inequality that families face. Finally, the chapter discussed the lack of access to healthcare that families encounter and addressed how it can impact resilience. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles in the Purdue Global Library to support your post.
Please respond to the following:
Identify one social or family policy that directly impacts either family formation or family care, and then discuss this policy’s impact on family resilience.
Discuss the importance of using a human rights lens when working with families.
Then identify specific steps a human service professional can take to ensure their personal worldview does not interfere with ethical service delivery.
Using the NOHS standards, identify and briefly discuss two ethical standards that compel the human services profession to practice from a human rights perspective.
Reference:
Arditti, J. A. (2015). Family problems: Stress, risk, and resilience (1st ed.). John Wiley & Sons.

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Family Policy through a Human Rights Lens Chapter 18 of your text reviewed socia

Family Policy through a Human Rights Lens
Chapter 18 of your text reviewed social policies that focus on individuals and families across the domains of family formation and family care. It then analyzed family policy through a human rights lens and identified areas of injustice and inequality that families face. Finally, the chapter discussed the lack of access to healthcare that families encounter and addressed how it can impact resilience. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles in the Purdue Global Library to support your post.
Please respond to the following:
Identify one social or family policy that directly impacts either family formation or family care, and then discuss this policy’s impact on family resilience.
Discuss the importance of using a human rights lens when working with families.
Then identify specific steps a human service professional can take to ensure their personal worldview does not interfere with ethical service delivery.
Using the NOHS standards, identify and briefly discuss two ethical standards that compel the human services profession to practice from a human rights perspective.
Reference:
Arditti, J. A. (2015). Family problems: Stress, risk, and resilience (1st ed.). John Wiley & Sons.

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Human Services

Social Policy and Family Resilience In this Assignment, you are asked to apply k

Social Policy and Family Resilience
In this Assignment, you are asked to apply knowledge on how social policy can either promote or discourage family resilience. To increase the likelihood of long-term family resilience, human services professionals must view problems of families using a human rights lens. It is important for you, as a human services professional, to recognize the ethical codes that impact client care. For this Assignment, you will use your knowledge from the course readings and research from articles in the Purdue Global Library to investigate the impact inequality and lack of access to necessary services can have on family resilience.
For this Assignment, please respond to the following:
Identify two family constellations that exist in the United States today and provide a brief demographic summary of each. Using a human rights lens, identify equality issues that each family constellation faces when functioning in society.
Use the two-family constellations identified above and identify specific policies that exist in the United States that either promote or deter resilience of families. Analyze and discuss specific ways each policy promotes or deters family resilience.
Based on your knowledge of family resilience and public policy, identify one unmet need that families face and discuss what you can do as a human services professional to either create a new policy or change an existing policy that addresses this issue.
The assignment should be a 3- to 4-page expository essay (not including the title and reference pages) and should include the following elements:
Include a minimum of two scholarly or academic sources in addition to your text to support your responses and conclusions.
Make sure that all sources listed on the reference page correspond to in-text citations in the body of your paper.
Reference:
Arditti, J. A. (2015). Family problems: Stress, risk, and resilience (1st ed.). John Wiley & Sons.

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Start by reviewing the rules of the challenge and buying guidelines in SNAP Chal

Start by reviewing the rules of the challenge and buying guidelines in SNAP Challenge Guidelines for M3 Discussion 2, follow the income limits for the size of your family. Research grocery stores near you and start thinking about how you would get there, what if you do not have a car, what if you have a disability where you need to utilize a wheelchair? What kind of barriers would you potentially face?
Utilize the Meal Planner/Grocery List document to start planning your meals and be sure to include how much eat meal will cost you at the grocery store you are shopping at.
Initial Discussion Questions:
Share your Meal Planner/Grocery list document with the class.
Describe your first impressions after reading the full SNAP Challenge rules.
Share whether or not you actually completed this challenge and if so, for how long. Did you make any of the meals? Did you use Leanne Browns cookbook? If so, include a picture to share with the class!
What was the most challenging part of making the meal plan? How did it differ from how you normally plan your meals?
What choices did you make about the types of food you could afford, and did you shop anywhere different? What were your thoughts on the nutritional quality of foods you were able to purchase?
What barriers did you find in getting to the grocery store?
Did eating on a limited budget impact your mood? Your concentration? Interactions with family/friends/coworkers? Were you/did you worry about your groceries running out before the end of the Challenge?
After participating in the exercise, what are your overall thoughts on SNAP?
Please refer to the Discussion Participation Tips for expectations and grading criteria (including post length).

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Start by reviewing the rules of the challenge and buying guidelines in SNAP Chal

Start by reviewing the rules of the challenge and buying guidelines in SNAP Challenge Guidelines for M3 Discussion 2, follow the income limits for the size of your family. Research grocery stores near you and start thinking about how you would get there, what if you do not have a car, what if you have a disability where you need to utilize a wheelchair? What kind of barriers would you potentially face?
Utilize the Meal Planner/Grocery List document to start planning your meals and be sure to include how much eat meal will cost you at the grocery store you are shopping at.
Initial Discussion Questions:
Share your Meal Planner/Grocery list document with the class.
Describe your first impressions after reading the full SNAP Challenge rules.
Share whether or not you actually completed this challenge and if so, for how long. Did you make any of the meals? Did you use Leanne Browns cookbook? If so, include a picture to share with the class!
What was the most challenging part of making the meal plan? How did it differ from how you normally plan your meals?
What choices did you make about the types of food you could afford, and did you shop anywhere different? What were your thoughts on the nutritional quality of foods you were able to purchase?
What barriers did you find in getting to the grocery store?
Did eating on a limited budget impact your mood? Your concentration? Interactions with family/friends/coworkers? Were you/did you worry about your groceries running out before the end of the Challenge?
After participating in the exercise, what are your overall thoughts on SNAP?
Please refer to the Discussion Participation Tips for expectations and grading criteria (including post length).

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Please read the case study, The Town of Middle View, in chapter 1 on pgs. 3-6 of

Please read the case study, The Town of Middle View, in chapter 1 on pgs. 3-6 of the textbook, Community Organizing (McKnight & Plummer, 2015). Answer the following questions and respond to the posts of your classmates.
You will be graded on your post, which should be between 2 and 3 paragraphs, as well as your responses to other student’s posts (minimum of 3 responses).
Conduct research online using the guidelines in Chapter 7, Appendix One and the readings for this course. Summarize what you learn.
Develop a research plan from the descriiptions in Chapter 7 and Appendix One. What sorts of research work will you need to do to really determine what is going on? Briefly define the form and content of what you will need to do. Do not actually do any formal research with human subjects such as surveys or formal interviews, that would require that you go to the college’s Institutional Review Board and is beyond the scope of the course. If you decide to follow through after the course, the information will be yours, not ours.

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Please read the case study, The Town of Middle View, in chapter 1 on pgs. 3-6 of

Please read the case study, The Town of Middle View, in chapter 1 on pgs. 3-6 of the textbook, Community Organizing (McKnight & Plummer, 2015). Answer the following questions and respond to the posts of your classmates.
You will be graded on your post, which should be between 2 and 3 paragraphs, as well as your responses to other student’s posts (minimum of 3 responses).
Conduct research online using the guidelines in Chapter 7, Appendix One and the readings for this course. Summarize what you learn.
Develop a research plan from the descriiptions in Chapter 7 and Appendix One. What sorts of research work will you need to do to really determine what is going on? Briefly define the form and content of what you will need to do. Do not actually do any formal research with human subjects such as surveys or formal interviews, that would require that you go to the college’s Institutional Review Board and is beyond the scope of the course. If you decide to follow through after the course, the information will be yours, not ours.

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Please search for programs to empower women and give them an opportunity in the

Please search for programs to empower women and give them an opportunity in the labor market in Africa in particular, by the United Nations, by explaining the role and reasons for this support and the name of program that designed to empower women in labor market in Africa. you can find the link below and all the united nation files of gender equality programs.
Formatting Rules for the report:
• Number of pages: 10-20 pages
• Font: Times New Roman
• Font size: 12 point
• Margins: one inch (2.5 cm)
• Spacing: one-and-a-half lines (1.5)
• Justification: left
• Header and footer: the title of the project, and page number bottom center
https://peacekeeping.un.org/en/tena-de-tena-sustaining-peace-central-african-republic-goes-hand-hand-with-reducing-community

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Dissertation Proposal Chapters 1-3 Sylvester Antley Clark Letter of Intent The U

Dissertation Proposal Chapters 1-3
Sylvester Antley Clark
Letter of Intent
The University of Arizona Global Campus
Reference Manuscriipt Number – UoRDS-D-23-00029
Dear Sylvester Antley Clark,
The review of your Letter of Intent has been completed and it was approved with changes. The feedback is available and included below.
Please contact your Chair for next steps.
Respectfully,
DSEM Administrator
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Review Feedback:
Reviewer’s Responses to Questions
Chair/Committee Approval
Have you reviewed this submission and approve it for methodological review?
Reviewer #1: Yes
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Problem Statement:
Criteria – Identified a general problem in the discipline that supports the need to conduct the proposed research and described a specific research problem that the research will address, backed with recent sources. Briefly explained how the results of the study could be used to address the specific research problem.
Reviewer #2: ***Please forward this review to your chair as they are not cc’d on the auto-generated email. ***
In the problem statement, when justifying your dissertation research, the research you are citing should be within the last five years (update the 2007 and 2013 references).
Otherwise, general area is acceptable. You might find this podcast useful in terms of finding participants for your research: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/9888401
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Purpose of the Study:
Criteria – Stated a clear purpose. Identified the research method, design, population, and geographic location.
Reviewer #2: The purpose statement in your proposal should be one clear and concise paragraph. Here you have included content that belongs in chapter 3. Be sure you are following the Dissertation Handbook to a “T” when you write your proposal. Proposals that do not follow the outline set forth in the Handbook are returned for revision (be sure you are following the checklist in Appendix B meticulously). Being mindful of this will increase the odds of your proposal being accepted on the first submission.
Note: I noticed you were using the old LOI template. Please be sure you are using the correct Dissertation Handbook.
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Importance of the Study:
Criteria – Described the importance of the proposed research, including how the study represents a unique approach to the problem, how the results may contribute to theory and /or practice in the field, and the implications of the research. Identified any knowledge gaps to be addressed by the proposed research.
Reviewer #2: Acceptable.
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Method Overview:
Criteria – Provided brief overview of the research methodology: research method and research design, population and sample, instrumentation, and data collection and analysis approaches.
Reviewer #2: If you are going to be running focus groups of different organizations, I suggest you do this over zoom (and drop the reference to social distancing). Emails would not be appropriate and I don’t see how you could successfully run a focus group over the phone? These details need to be worked out in your proposal.
Be very clear, in your proposal if you are interviewing people from organizations who have done the transition successfully AND those who have not (and comparing)? Do you actually have a multiple case study? This is unclear in the LOI and your RQs will need some revision based on who, exactly, you are interviewing (see below).
Also, do not name a specific organization in your manuscriipt.
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Research Questions/ Hypotheses:
Criteria – Presented specific research questions to be addressed, consistent with the proposed research method and design. If hypotheses are applicable, the stated hypotheses are clear and testable.
Reviewer #2: Based on the purpose, you are digging deep into successes and failures, which would suggest a multiple case study? Organizations that did this successfully AND those that had experiences of failures? If yes, then your RQs might be something like:
RQ1: Among organizations who successfully implemented…..what factors led to success?
RQ2: Among organizations who experienced difficulties in implementing….what factors created barriers to success?
RQ3: What would be best practices for the implementation of E-HR….
As written, I do not understand RQ2 in the LOI?
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Alignment:
Criteria – Research problem is clearly articulated and aligns with the research purpose and method overview. If hypotheses are included, they align with the research questions. Hypotheses are testable.
Reviewer #2: Not met, but if you attend to the feedback above in your proposal and listen to this podcast before you write chapter one, gaining alignment should not be difficult: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/7455607
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Writing/APA:
Criteria – Written in the future tense. Minimal writing, grammar, and punctuation errors; in-text citations and references correspond to APA 6th edition.
Reviewer #2: Per APA – spell out acronyms the first time used – spell out in title and first time used in text.
Please ensure proposal is in APA 7 (proper indenting and level headings; citing references – Dahlbom et al., 2020; use of parentheses, etc.). Unlike LOIs, proposals not in APA 7 are not accepted.
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RESULTS
Please select one.
Reviewer #2: Approved with Changes
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