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***Look for the social justice gaps in
the policy (e.g., who/how does the
policy fail to address a policy-
related social justice issue) 

 ****Be clear, with your collaborative voice, of
what the issues/gaps are
• Select 1 or 2 key amendments if there were
several, and discuss their importance
• Look for the most up-to-date information
about your policy – especially funding! 




Policy Analysis Essay: Name of Policy

Your Name Goes Here

Online MSW Track, University of Central Florida

SOW 5235: Social Welfare Policies and Services

Instructor Name

Month Day, 202X

Policy Analysis Essay: Name of Your Policy

Introductory paragraph goes here. This section would introduce the reader to what they can expect to read going forward. Specifically, in this section you would most likely want to lead with your
thesis statement and then follow that with a few sentences that indicate how you address this thesis in your paper.

Policy Background and Description

Policy Description & Presenting Problem

In this section, describe the policy. Give brief background that includes: 1) The name of the policy (“Act”), 2) when the policy was established, 3) what was the policy is intended to do, including
what specific social (in)justice issue(s) is the policy designed to address? In addition, describe: 5) problems/issues surrounding the policy (for instance, how the policy does not address certain social justice issues).

Policy Background

In this section, give background/historical information about the policy. Here, you would want to discuss: 1) what lead to the development of the policy (i.e. social issues/problems present
at the time), 2) who proposed the development of the policy and what were their political affiliations (i.e. who is connected with the policy’s development), and 3) what was the policy was initially intended to do (i.e. goals and objectives of the policy). Include 4) your understanding of the policy’s desired outcome/result from the a) policymaker’s perspective and b) from the client’s (recipient of policy outcome) perspective. This background section should also include: 5) the types of benefits or services that are to be provided by the policy and 6) the potential benefits of the proposed policy. Finally, 7) discuss what amendments have been a part of the policy’s history/development and how those amendments added to/changed the initial goals/objectives of the policy –
note: be certain to review the most up to date information about your policy!

Policy Funding and Function

Service Delivery & Eligibility

In this section, discuss: 1) the services/programs offered by the policy. Include: 2) who is eligible to receive the benefits/services and 3) how the eligibility is determined.


Use appropriate sources, at least 5 references (there is no maximum amount of references). Remember to avoid direct quotes!

Sample references below can be used to help you with APA formatting:

American Psychological Association. (2017).
Stress in America: The state of our nation.

Ball, T. M., Shapiro, D. E., Monheim, C. J., & Weydert, J. A. (2003). A pilot study of the use of guided imagery for the treatment of recurrent abdominal pain in children.
Clinical Pediatrics,
42(6), 527–532.

Bernstein, D. A., & Borkovec, T. D. (1973).
Progressive relaxation training: A manual for the helping professions. Research Press.

Freebird Meditations. (2012, June 17).
Progressive muscle relaxation guided meditation [Video]. YouTube.

Hardy, K. (2017, October 8). Mindfulness is plentiful in “The post-traumatic insomnia workbook.”
Veterans Training Support Center.

Lange, S. (1982, August 23–27).
A realistic look at guided fantasy [Paper presentation]. American Psychological Association 90th Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

McGuigan, F. J., & Lehrer, P. M. (2007). Progressive relaxation: Origins, principles, and clinical applications. In P. M. Lehrer, R. L. Woolfolk, & W. E. Sime (Eds.),
Principles and practice of stress management (3rd ed., pp. 57–87). Guilford Press.


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