Explain the relationship between private problems public issues and social policy and explain why policy formation was necessaryin the social policy and care provision?

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A public issue for example is a child who is being abused, this a a private problem for the child and the family. It becomes a public issue when media gets a hold of it, and broadcasts it. The abuser may be in your community in which the public will be disgusted in. So the public are in danger, so then the government take action to please the public. The government known as socila policy, who then inforce legislation and policys in which societ must follow. For example any peadophiles living in an area where children stay, parents are made aware off.
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What are the differences between public and private policy?

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Explain the difference between a claims made policy and an occurrence policy?

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Explain the role of fiscal policy and monteary policy?

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Define social policy?

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What are social policies?

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Can you explain relationship between private problems and public issues and social policy?

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What were Mussolini's economic and social policies?

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Difference between Public policy and Private Policy?

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What are the Philippines social policy?

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What are four influences on the making of social policy?

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How does lobbying affect social policy?

Look into islam and learn, just a suggestion its not all about how the media shows it. Learn about it and you will see this, sorry to waste you time but this might help change your life for the better :)

Explain Hitler's foreign policy?

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Explain the concept of policy switching?

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What is the difference between social policy and public policy?

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What does an insurance policy explain?

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What is the business policy and explain the importance of business policy?

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What is an explaination of competition policy in detail?

This policy is concerned with the maintenance of competition and preventing the formation of cartels and the use of restrictive agreements. Then this policy is proved and explained further by giving a lot of articles ( Treaty of Rome 1957:Art.85, ibid.Art.86, ibid.Art.90, ibid.L395/3, ibid.L3953-6 (MORE)

What is pricing policy explain factors involved in pricing policy?

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What is the relationship between social policy and administration and political science?

Social or public policy is highly political and is created based upon a mixture of interest group activity, public opinion, and values held by politicians at the time of the making of public policy. Administration on the other hand is made to not be political because of the fact that bureaucratic (MORE)

Relationship between social policy and public policies?

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What were the political and social policy adopted by Hitler?

Policies adopted by Hitler once he came to power in 1933. (a) Suspended civil rights. (b) Communists sent to consertration camps. (c) Introduced Enabling Act. (d) Banning of all political parties and trade unions. (e) State control over economy, media, army and Judiciary. (f) Creation of (MORE)

How is social policy effective?

The principles, guidelines, activities, and legislation that affect the living conditions for people that is conducive to their welfare is known as social policy. Social policy is effective because it strengthens health care, education, and employment.

What is a major social policy issues faced by President Barack Obama?

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Can you explain what compliance policies are?

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How does any social issue become a new policy?

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