Problems - Understanding social problems How we respond to...

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Understanding social problems How we respond to social problems
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Going with what we have Problem as a solution Solution may not be working Limitations No new ideas More of the same Not changing the system
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Business as Usual Approach Existing Services Growing Needs Request for more funds
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Analytical Approach Problem Analysis Research Profile of Need Approach New and Current
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Problem Analysis First task Identifying a Social Condition Defining the Problem Context Judged to be Focus on understanding Fresh look
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Problem Analysis What Facets Cause Who Population affected Characteristics Stock holder, professionals, consumers, influential people What Is the cost Why Benefits
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Remember Your background Your training Your experience Your values
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1.What is the nature of the situation? Collect Facts and Impressions Stockholders Individuals affected Groups Providers Community leaders
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Clearly define
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