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Question1 Please read the Berman and Phillips article entitled Information and Social Quality. This article discusses the correlation between access...

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Question1 Please read the Berman and Phillips article entitled Information and Social Quality .   This article discusses the correlation between access to information and social quality.   Berman and Phillips argue that there are four elements of social quality: socio-economic security, social inclusion, social cohesion, and empowerment.   They argue that at both the nation/state level and the community level information indicators exist that reveal the state of social quality.   Below I have captured the two charts from the reading for quick reference. For this week’s discussion I would like you to pick a social quality indicator and search for a policy, infrastructure, social program, or efforts of a non-profit foundation that looks to tackle the issue of information access and affordability within an under developed nation.   This can be at a national or international level, at a town or community level, or at a public or private level.   Please give a brief overview of your policy or program and how this program impacts the social quality of its target population.  Also  personally reflect on  these efforts on terms of their actual/potential effectiveness, goals, deliverables, etc.
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