What Is Social Welfare?-The residual and institutional perspectives

What Is Social Welfare? Discuss your opinions about the residual and institutional of its perspectives. Give some examples of the role that government should play with regard to well-being of citizens.

What Is Social Welfare?-The residual and institutional perspectives

What Is Social Welfare?

Question 1.
Firstly, Discuss your opinions about the residual and institutional perspectives of social welfare.

Secondly, Give some examples of the role that government should play with regard to well-being of citizens. (250 words)

Question 2
Firstly, How do you perceive work?

Secondly, How important is it in your life?

Thirdly, Is it a means to an end, or is it an end itself?

Also, How do you think others perceive work?

Finally, What difference does this perception make?

Question 3
Firstly, Describe a social problem you are passionate about.

Secondly, What makes it a social problem?

Finally, This question will get you started in thinking about the Policy Assignment Part I.

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Discuss the SDGs you find most important for improving life and society and how they interact with other SDGs.
Why do you find them most important? (100 words)

More details;

Definition: Social Welfare can be defined as the group of assistance programs designed to ensure the well being of a nation’s citizens. In other words, it is a system that aims to provide quality care to society participants.

Why is social welfare important?
First, social welfare lessens poverty among the members of society with the aid of its programs provided by the government. … Even so, the social welfare programs also serve a chance to some risk families to benefit themselves of the opportunity in preserving and maintaining their dignity as an individual.

What are some examples?
They include: cash assistance for the elderly and disabled, free or reduced cost school lunches, help with a home loan, and provision of physical goods like groceries, medical devices, and health insurance.