I. Introduction of the social problem
1. one original debate issue
2. a precipitating event
3. social/cultural context of the time
b. goal/target population
a. assumptions made about the program and clientele
b. intended results
c. actual results
d. social workers involvement
e. evaluation of the results
a. What changes are being made and why?
b. What is staying the same?
V. Personal Reaction
a. Why did the results happen as they did?
b. What changes would you make and why?
c. What role did spirituality or religion play in this? Why or why not? (You may need to look at the spiritual
issues of the target population or the spiritual issues of the social worker working with this policy and