RE: SOCW6361 - Discussion - Developing Political Strategies (WK9)

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In this week's resources, you explore the stories of Susana and the Bradley and Levy families. They are all in situations that need social work intervention and advocacy. What political strategies would you use to enact policies developed to assist these individuals?

In this Discussion, you develop political strategies to address one aspect of the situation(s) and problem(s) facing Susana, and members of the Bradley and Levy families. (Be detailed in response, Use 3 APA references and use sub-headings)

To Prepare: Read and review Chapter 11 in your text. Read "Social Work Policy: Children and Adolescents," "Social Policy and Advocacy: Violence Prevention" and "Working with Families: The Levy Family"in this week's resources for this week. View the Bradley Episode 7 in the media for this week.

  • Post an explanation of the political strategies you would use to address one aspect of the situations/problems facing Susana and members of the Bradley and Levy families.
  • Explain why you selected that strategy.
Be sure to support your post with specific references to this week's resources. If you are using additional articles, be sure to provide full APA-formatted citations for your references.


References

Jansson, B. S. (2018). Becoming an effective policy advocate: From policy practice to social justice (8th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning Series.

  • Chapter 11, "Developing Political Strategy and Putting It into Action in the Policy-Enacting Task" (pp. 372-419)

Laureate Education. (Producer). (2013). Bradley (Episode 7 of 42) [Video file]. In Sessions. Retrieved from https://class.waldenu.edu

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Bradley Family Episode 7 Bradley Family Episode 7 Program Transcript MALE SPEAKER: I have some great news. They've dropped the charges against you. Tiffany, that's wonderful! TIFFANY: Yeah, it is. Why did they? Drop the charges, I mean. MALE SPEAKER: The state just passed a new law that's like New York's Safe Harbor for Exploited Children Act. That means that the courts here no longer see you as a criminal. They see you as a victim, just like we've been trying to tell them. Because you're under age, they agree with us that you were forced against your will to do what you did. TIFFANY: Prostitution. MALE SPEAKER: Right. It means that the law understands that young people like you, girls, boys, you don't deserve jail time or retention. You need help and services. So that'll get you off the street. OK. Before you were upset that they were treating you like a criminal. But they're not anymore. You're free. What's wrong? TIFFANY: John T. MALE SPEAKER: The man who used to be your pimp? TIFFANY: I just found out that he got busted. MALE SPEAKER: Ah. TIFFANY: He's going to be suspicious that he got arrested the same time that I got let out. He's going to think that I snitched on him, but I didn't. MALE SPEAKER: We should think about getting you some police protection. No sense taking any chances. Bradley Family Episode 7 Additional Content Attribution MUSIC: Music by Clean Cuts ©2013 Laureate Education, Inc. 1 Bradley Family Episode 7 Original Art and Photography Provided By: Brian Kline and Nico Danks ©2013 Laureate Education, Inc. 2 ...
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