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Social Policy in Ireland
A look at Ireland's social policies.
# 131364 | 2,750 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Political Science (Government Agencies) , Sociology (Theory)

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This paper explores several concepts related to current social policy in Ireland. First the paper defines the goals of social policy and how leaders must guide governments to implement and uphold them. Then, it considers the various categories of social policy, such as income maintenance, housing, education, health services, and welfare services. Finally, it focuses on specific factors in Ireland's social policy and its key issues, such as income maintenance and/or income protection. The paper concludes by stating that social policies are intended to protect a nation's citizens.

From the Paper:

"Social Policies would be considered lines of arguments diminishing the actions of government, which impinges on supply and demand on people within a country. Authoritative figures within a country's governmental system are in constant debate on various issues to help or hinder a person's life, which has enormous impact on their well-beings. Although the focus of social policy may fall into several categories, critical programs include income maintenance, housing, education, health services, and welfare services. Specifically, the key factor involved with social policy in Ireland would be income maintenance and/or income protection..."

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