Apply Part B of Bacchis Q6 How could the oppressive elements of this policybe

Apply part b of bacchis q6 how could the oppressive

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Apply, Part B of Bacchi’s Q6 – How could the oppressive elements of this policy be questioned, disrupted and replaced? Or, articulate how the potentially oppressive elements of the social policy can be transcended. “Transcend” (or to rise above) the (negative) political agendas of governments to modify the policy or provide services that better align the vision of the policy with the reality. Relate this to the “Issue” you’ve previously discussed. This might be a change to the policy – to expand it in some way; or to reform it in some way; or to review it. It could also look like how social work values and objectives can be enacted in practice. at least one ‘transcending’ idea here with this first assessment piece. However, you may argue for a second too. Reference List tegy.pdf ABS (2018) Census of Population and Housing: Estimating Homelessness, 2016. Cat. No. 2049.0. Canberra, Australian Bureau of Statistics.
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Howard, C. 2005, The Policy Cycle: a Model of Post-Machiavellian Policy Making?, The Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 64, No. 3, pp3-13.
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