Choose a particular policy: defense, education, research and development, health and social welfare, income redistribution, or economic development. Compare and contrast this policy within two different, modern states.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com July 16, 2018, 3:10 am ad1c9bdddf
Hi and thank you or using Brainmass. The solution below should get you started. When we say state, it can mean two countries such as China and the US, or in the case of the US, two different states (as each has its own constitution) such as California and Texas. Whichever you choose, either nation comparison or state comparison, both will have their own unique policies that might be similar but not always the same on a particular issue. I suggest the following outline:
1. The policy you chose to look into and the states you will discuss (background) - 100 words.
2. Policy for State 1 - 150 words
3. Policy for State 2 - 150 words
4. Discussion of main similarities and differences - 100 words
I have chosen, as a sample, to focus on the welfare policies of the states of Texas and California. The resources listed here will be useful if you want more information on this.
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Social Policy: Child Welfare in Texas and California
In this short discussion I have decided to narrow down my subject of policy comparison on child welfare primarily because, while 'narrow' (it is aimed at a very age-specific population), the impact that child welfare has in society is massive. It affects the life span of children from poor families and protects children from harm, as well as ensures that the laws of the state promote the development and protection of the youngest members of society, whatever families and socio-economic backgrounds they come from. I have decided to look into the child welfare policies of the states of California and Texas to see whether there is a difference between the two states in terms of positions and approaches to child welfare issues. There ...
The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the topic of child welfare in the states of Texas and California. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.