Politicians and their respective parties and movements addre
Politicians and their respective parties and movements address a number of social issues and or policies. Each student will find, read and report on at least two articles dealing with one assigned, specific social problem or policy. When gathering the two articles, make sure the first article presents a perspective that is slightly different than the second article. To complete your professional article presentation, I encourage you to use reference books or professional articles associated with your chosen subject. Random google searches and independent internet sites will not provide you with valid information. Students will also pick a discussion topic related to the policy or issue for the class to discuss. Authors of the question are expected to post in the designated discussion group forums. (50 points) Student Name, Referred Journal Article Assignment – Your assigned topic for Social Welfare policy referred journal articles (APA format) This course contains a Research Guide under Course Resource on the left sidebar composed by Krista McDonald, Director of the Hamilton Campus LibraryBaum, Eric (Solidarity Confinement)Bean, Jaelyn (Social Security) (*)Bradbury, Jazmine (Student Financial Aid) (*)Bradley, Eliza (Childhood Immunizations)Bruner, Ashley (Head Start) (*)Bunch, Alyssa (Job Corps) (*)Coleman, Zoe (Student Support Services TRiO) (*)Cottman, Tayler (PEER Support in Ohio)Dishun, Browyn (mandatory high school until age 18)Engle, Taylor (minimum wage of $15 per hour)Fields, Kaylee (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP, Food Stamps) (*)Gao, Mingrui (Public transportation)Haggard, Kayla (Workerâ€™s Compensation) (*)Harris, Katie (Foster care until age 21)Hickman, Jennifer (Needle Exchange)Imhoff, Lauren (Community Action Agency) (*)Jackson, Joanna (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) (TANF) (*)Lindley, Francesca (AmeriCorps VISTA) (*)Lun, Huiqing (The Childrenâ€™s Health Insurance Program) (CHIP) (*)Moore, Tabby (Unemployment Insurance) (*)Pennau, Jaylah (Earned Income Tax Credit) (*)Robinson, Bailey (Legal Services Corporation) (*)Schuster, Corrie (Low Income Home Energy Assistance) (*)Scott, Granville (Charter Schools vs. Public Schools)Walton, Jordan (Matthew Casey Wethington Act for Substance Abuse Intervention, Kentucky and/or policy in other states) Williams, Tarren (The Black Car Fund, workersâ€™ compensation insurance) http://www.nybcf.org/ (*) Indicates the policy is at the federal levelWhen you are finished reading articles, do the following:1) WRITE THE ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND SUBMIT VIA CANVAS: Type using full sentences and 10-12 point Times New Roman Font.Article A:Who wrote the article?Where was it published?Clearly state the issue the article addresses.Identify points of view and/or values discussed (as much as possible).Whatâ€™s the larger issue or policy the article addresses?What is your personal reaction to the article? Article B:Who wrote the article?Where was it published?Clearly state the issue the article addresses.Identify points of view and/or values discussed (as much as possible).Whatâ€™s the larger issue or policy the article addresses?What is your personal reaction to the article?