Research Paper: Using primary and secondary sources, research and write 2000 2500 words
(not including title page, tables, figures, and references) that describe the historical development of a social
welfare challenge and explain its current impact.
o Include a bibliography of primary and secondary sources.
o Describe the origins of a social welfare issue/problem and the various perspectives proposing effective action.
o Identify the socio economic, political, or religious background of its leaders and opponents.
o Discuss how proposed interventions affected a vulnerable population.
o Present an overview of how the definition of the issue has evolved over time.
o Analyze the lasting impact of this movement on society today.
o The paper must include two primary sources and four secondary sources. You can use more sources but not
o Identify the ethical and social implications of this movement on your perceptions.
o You must cite your sources using APA formatting for your paper. An abstract is not required.
Social Welfare Challenge
I. Abstract (Abstracts are not required)
II. History of American Social Welfare: Where it all began
A. 19th Century Social Welfare
1. Community program
a. Private Citizens
b. Church relief
2. Government programs
3. What was learned during the 19th Century
B. 20th Century Social Welfare
1. Community Programs
a. Private Citizens
b. Church Relief
2. Government Programs
3. What was learned during the 20th Century
III. Economic Growth in America: What did it do to Welfare
A. Post Civil War
1. Sanitary Commission
2. Freedmans Bureau
B. Pre-1920 and the Industrial Boom
C. The Great Depression
IV. Reforms in Social Welfare
A. What have we learned and how has it changes since the 19th century
B. President Roosevelt
1. 1935 Social Security Act
C. President Nixon
1. Family Assistance Plan
D. President Carter
1. Program for Better Jobs and Income
E. President Reagan
1. OMNIBUS Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981
F. President Clinton
1. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
V. Social Welfare into the 21st Century
Good start to your paper. You had some good topics. You needed to include more details for your topics. Also you did not include a thesis statement Make sure that you are thinking about your thesis statement. It s an important start to your paper.
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