Final Assignment:
2. Final Social Welfare Policy Paper
You will use your first midterm exam paper to build a more complete policy analysis. You will write an
analysis on the topic you chose (8–10 pages) using the edited first paper with the same criteria as
above except your final will include those edits and a more precise treatment of the sections you
already did as well as the following:
6) Identification of stakeholders and discussion of the social welfare issue/problem in relation to
them (stakeholders are those with a vested interest in the issue).7) An analysis of your topic in the context of your course readings and the connection(s) between your
policy solution, the NASW Code of Ethics, and social justice.
8) A conclusion that provides a final summary of why this matters and what specific action should be
This paper requires 8–10 relevant references in APA format. Please do not use obscure websites or
Wiki-anything. You must use peer-reviewed research or published journals. This paper is due in Week
• Grading assesses the overall quality of the paper along with the substantive content: This
includes writing, critical thinking, and presentation of ideas. See the specific rubric categories for
these elements.
• The midterm paper will use the same scoring rubric but with the understanding that the paper is
a work in progress. For the midterm, the scoring rubric will assess the extent to which each of
the elements of the paper are present and articulated in enough detail to determine the logic of
the analysis.
• Empowerment and argument frame: You should pay attention to how you frame your issue. For
example, IF you intend to use the adjective vulnerable to describe a group and/or individual, you
will need to be very clear how you present this and why you are choosing this work. Do NOT use
adjectives alone to describe people—e.g., the elderly. You must include a noun—e.g., older adults.
People are nouns—give them life in your papers—otherwise you risk marginalizing the

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