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PAPER TOPIC: How has the English Poor Law of 1601 impacted the welfare systems a

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How has the English Poor Law of 1601 impacted the welfare systems as we know them today? The English Poor Law of 1601 altered the course of social welfare policy and practice and has continued to impact social welfare policy to this day. Choose two of the populations provided for in the Poor Law and trace how services to those populations have evolved up to now as a result of subsequent social welfare policies. Cite and explain at least four social welfare policies for each population selected. Present current issues that can be addressed with the addition of new social policies.
Students will develop a field of expertise and submit a paper based on independent research in the community and/or library.
The due date for the 1st paper is February 4, 2021 “AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS”. If it is not turned in at the beginning of class, a 5 point penalty will be placed on your paper daily until it is received by this instructor.
The paper will be 9 pages in length, typed, double-spaced, in
APA format (APA 7th Edition).
Page 1 is your title page.
Page 2 is your abstract.
Page 3 is the start of the body of your paper.
The final page/s of your paper will be the Reference page.
The instructor will work with students in selecting and defining the subject and scope of their individual papers.
The paper requires a minimum of 10 sources, eight of which must be from professional journals or books. Texts can be used but will not count among the 10 sources. Students are not allowed to use Wikipedia as one of the sources. Other sources of information may be interviews, popular magazines, television news programs, etc.