SAP203 ASSESSMENT 1: Short Answers Open Book Test

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ASSESSMENT 1: Short Answers Open Book Test (15%)

  • For this assessment you are required to answer seven questions.
  • This is an open book assessment.
  • You may use but are not expected to use references.
  • If you do take information from a source (e.g., a book, journal article, website, class lecture) you MUST reference (using APA 7) that source.
  • It is expected this assessment task should take you approximately one (1) hour to complete.
  • You have five (5) days to complete it and no extensions will be granted.
  • Please download the assessment document and complete in MS-word.
  • This assessment has 15 marks allocated and to acquire all 15 marks you need to provide satisfactory response to all parts of each question.
  • Please upload the completed assessment document as a MS-Word file.
Short answer questions
Question 1 Read the required reading for week 1 – McClelland, A.,(2020) Chapter 1 What is social policy in? A. McClelland, P. Smyth and G. Marston. (Eds.). Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action (Link) – and answer:a.      What is the goal and the importance of social policy?
(1 mark)b.      Identify and describe one (1) policy or law has affected the welfare of Australians in the last 50 years (1 mark)
2 marks
Question 2 Read the required reading for week 1 – McClelland, A.,(2020) Chapter 1 What is social policy in? A. McClelland, P. Smyth and G. Marston. (Eds.). Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action (Link) – and answer:

a.      What is the role of policy activism in social policy?
(1 mark)

b.      Identify at least five (5) examples of changes in Australian social policy that directly involved policy activism.
(1 mark)

2 marks
Question 3 According to McClelland, A.,(2020) Chapter 1 What is social policy in? A. McClelland, P. Smyth and G. Marston. (Eds.). Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action (Link), what are the three (3) different meanings of social policy? Please explain and specify each one of them. 2 marks
Question 4 Go to week 2 recommended reading – Daly, M. (2013). Welfare. Wiley. Chapter 1, Founding Ideas and Approaches (Link– and answer:

a.      What are the origins of the term welfare? (1 mark)

b.      Identify and explain the two (2) main meanings of welfare highlighted by Daly. (1 mark)

2 marks
Question 5 Research the required reading for week 3 – Fenna, A., (2014) Ideologies, in Fenna, Robbins, Summers, Government and Politics in Australia. (10th ed.). Pearson Australia. Chapter 6 Political Ideologies (Link) – and answer:

a.      What are ideologies for Fenna? (1 mark)

b.      And why do they matter? (1 mark)

2 marks
Question 6 Read the required reading for week 3 – Fenna, A., (2014) Ideologies, in Fenna, Robbins, Summers, Government and Politics in Australia. (10th ed.). Pearson Australia. Chapter 6 Political Ideologies (Link) – and answer:

a.      Explain what the liberal revolution is and its importance in Western societies? (1 mark)

b.      What are its classical origins and liberal economics according to Fenna? (1 mark)

2 marks
Question 7 Read the required reading for week 3 – Fenna, A., (2014) Ideologies, in Fenna, Robbins, Summers, Government and Politics in Australia. (10th ed.). Pearson Australia. Chapter 6 Political Ideologies (Link) – and answer:

a.      What is the conservative reaction to liberalism? (1 mark)

b.      How does socialism differ from liberalism in terms of ideology? (2 marks)

3 marks

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