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U11DQ1 Social Change and Self-Assessment Many advocacy groups argue that the public will need to increase its endeavors to influence policy if it expects to produce extensive changes on vital issues like poverty, criminal justice, health care, the environment, and education. It has been argued that law by itself can’t bring directed social change, but instead, it can act as one component of many policy instruments used in combination. Social problems like drug abuse and race relations are often tackled by using law as a policy instrument. As you read the weekly resources, reflect on how administrative law can be a component for social change. To prepare for this Discussion, reflect on your learning throughout the course. Think about what resonates with you the most and how you would apply this information in your professional role. Post by Day 3 an explanation of the effects of administrative law on social change. Based on
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