Social Work 600 word essay for Politics and Social Issues course
Social work course Politics and Social Issues. 600 words. 3 Sources one must be from the text Readings for Diversity and Social Justice 4th Edition.
Please write a letter to a local, state, or federal administrator or leader who has the ability to influence a pattern of oppression or inequality that exists in your home community. You don’t need to provide your return address for the assignment, but you need to include it if you decide to send your letter. At the top of your letter, include the name and mailing address of the person you could contact regarding the local issue of your choice. Then, write a letter including the following:
Part 1: introduce yourself and explain the problem of oppression or inequality as you perceive it in your home community;
Part 2: explain the relevant history of the problem;
Part 3: explain concepts and theories from the text related to the problem; and,
Part 4: propose possible solutions and explain the role you expect this person to play in implementing the suggested solutions.
Your letter should have a professional tone and look. Excluding the references, your letter should be at least 600 words. Please make sure to cite the sources you’re using in text, with a list of references at the end of your letter.
Very Good (B)
Letter directly, in depth and comprehensively address the questions; empirical and theoretical information is accurate and applicable; the answer shows consistent and systematic analysis; sources used are appropriately cited; the answers are edited for spelling and grammar.An (A) level quiz answers go above and beyond the minimum requirements in regards to depth and/or scope of analysis.
Letter lacks at least one of the qualities listed in category Excellent (A), but is of very good quality.
Letter lacks two or three of the required qualities listed in column Excellent (A). Answers which are based upon personal opinion or personal experience often fall into this category.
Letter provides minimal and unsubstantiated responses to the questions asked.
Student has not attempted to answer any questions; answers are superficial and don’t meet any of the outlined criteria.