Family Science Policy Impact

Connect a problem that impacts families to a policy that has been established in an attempt to address part (or perhaps all) of that problem.
1. Introduction – What is the problem?
Students will write a brief summation of the issue and how it impacts families. This should be no longer than a paragraph and should be informed by the content provided in Canvas as well as relevant outside research. APA-style citations should be included in-text to identify relevant source material.
2. Scope of the problem – How big is the problem?
Students will use the resources provided and relevant outside research to describe the scope and impact of the issue on families. Particular attention will be paid to evidence of unequal or different impacts based on gender, race, SES, age, sexual orientation, family structure, or other relevant family demographics. This section should be at least one-half page in length and should include in-text citations for the source content.
3. Description of policy – What has been done to help/fix the problem?
Students will describe a policy or set of policies that aim to address the focal family issue. This section will be no more than one paragraph and should include a brief description of the policy and its purpose along with appropriate APA citations back to the relevant source material.
4 Evaluation of Impact – Did the policy work? Did it fix the problem? 1 /2

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