Core Assessment Analyze one U.S. federal or state policy and explain its impacts on different social classes. Identify the history and ideology for its implementation, including its goals and how it is framed politically.
Core Assessment: Analyze one U.S. federal or state policy and explain its impacts on different social classes. Identify the history and ideology for its implementation, including its goals and how it is framed politically. Examine the policy in relation to the U.S. stratification system, including which class positions are most impacted by it. Describe the beneficiaries of the policy, as well as all of the stakeholders impacted. Use demographic data to identify conditions or chances of mobility in relation to the policy. Describe the impacts of the policy at the federal level and the variances in the effects at the local level by analyzing the place that you live (or another place of your choice). Analyze the framing of class in how the policy is described in the news media and by political leaders. Requirements: Length 4-9 pages Double spaced 12pt font Must use 4 academic resources including articles from class, peer-reviewed resources, and demographic or statistical information. ASA Style. Some policies options include: Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Food Program (WIC) Affordable Care Act 529 College Savings Program Earned Income Tax Credit G.I. Bill Right to Work Social Security Disability Home Mortgage Interest Deduction Government Subsidized Housing Medicaid Universal Basic Income Public School Funding Federal Student Loans Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Unemployment Insurance