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Name Professor Institution Course Date Introduction Executive summary There have been a number of changes in the economic sectors among many communities in the United States. Groups experiencing decreases in cultivating mining and timber-work and assembling are presently asking for prisons to be built on their area of residence. In current society tools that are used for imprisonment can be use as a way to manage the prisoners while they are hold in prison. The state of the jails and the welfare of the detainees are guaranteed that they are well dealt with. However prison method to avoid their failure to stop the attempt to stop the violation of the law. An investigation of recidivism-backslides into criminal conduct among discharged convicts found that on average “about three-quarters” will face an arrest again “within five years”. This part of the paper tries to compares the five objectives of the policy Are so High?." PloS one 11.9 (2016) pp 32-37 Scherrer Christoph and Anil Shah "The Political Economy of Prison Labour: From Penal Welfarism to the Penal State." Global Labour Journal 8.1 (2017).): pp162-399. Sudbury Julia. Global lockdown: Race gender and the prison-industrial complex. Routledge 2014.pp 154-170 Besser Terry L and Margaret M. Hanson "Development of last resort: The impact of new state prisons on small town economies in the United States." Community Economic Development (2016) pp 73 -80 Reiman Jeffrey and Paul Leighton The rich get richer and the poor get prison: Ideology class and criminal justice. Routledge 2015 Harner Holly M. Brian R. Wyant and Fernanda Da Silva "“Prison Ain’t Free Like Everyone Thinks” Financial Stressors Faced by Incarcerated Women." Qualitative health research 27.5 (2017): 688-699. Ross Jeffrey Ian. "Why and How Prison Museums/Tourism Contribute to the Normalization of the Carceral/Shadow Carceral State: The Primacy of Economic Realities." The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism Palgrave Macmillan UK 2017 947-967. [...]

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What is the problem? Identify the underlying problem, providing a context for the current situation. (For example, lack of affordable housing for the working poor is the underlying problem that results in the growing number of people ending up in shelters). • What does it look like? Provide measures of the problem that demonstrate its size, scope and impact on affected parties. Include data or statistics, preferably in the form of a table or other graphic figure. Use the most recent data available, gleaned from a reliable source. (For example, how many people are homeless in New York City? The Coalition for the Homeless tracks the number of people residing in New York City shelters each night. Use a table from the Coalition’s website, or create one of your own to depict the size and scope of the problem.) • Is there an existing policy? Problems generally occur due to policy failure—an inadequate law or policy that fails to address a pressing issue. Problems also arise in the absence of an effective policy. Identify the existing policy/law associated with the issue--give its exact title, as specified in the enacting legislation (for example, New York City has a right to shelter mandate that was the result of litigation—Callahan v. Carey). Be sure to include the policy's jurisdiction (Callahan v. Carey applies throughout New York State), which should determine the context for the data above as well as your discussion of the issue. In other words, if your issue is local, you should be discussing it in the context of local government, providing local data, and so on. If your policy is national, however, you might discuss it at that level or at the nexus of local, regional and national government, depending on how it is implemented. • How did the current problem arise? Explain how the government (in the jurisdiction specified above) became involved in this policy and how the issue arrived at its current state. Provide a timeline of the problem in narrative form, focusing only on details relevant to the current issue (a graphic may also be included, but it is limited in size to one-half of a single page). If the agency is thirty years old but the problem only arose two years ago, the timeline narrative should focus on developments during that two year span. If the problem began thirty years ago and the failing policy was developed two years ago to address the issue, go back as far as necessary to give the reader a clear understanding of how the jurisdiction arrived at the present circumstances. In either case, focus only on major developments relevant to the current situation. Do not talk about developments outside of the jurisdiction in which the policy was made unless those outside developments directly influenced the policy under discussion. • Who has felt the impact of the problem? Has the problem resulted in a disparate impact on any particular group? Identify groups affected and the nature of the civil rights or civil liberties violations, if any, alleged. This section of your paper may include excerpts from the original legislation, but that should not exceed a half of one page. Submit this section in Week Five with a reference page that will eventually be incorporated into the bibliography at the end of the full paper that will be submitted in Week Thirteen Part Two: Stakeholder Assessment This section of the paper asks you to engage with the parties responsible for addressing the problem. It involves stakeholders, or entities (e.g., agencies, advocacy groups, employee unions, elected officials) that (a) are in a position to participate in policy decisions; (b) stand to gain or lose something, depending on the outcome of a policy decision (e.g., the clients of a specific agency or the public in general); or (c) can heavily influence the outcome of a policy decision (advocacy groups, community-based organizations, or faith-based groups). Your stakeholder group should include all the relevant parties involved in your problem, not just the ones empowered to address it. That is, if you identified your problem as allegations of police abuse of authority, your stakeholder group must include the police department under investigation. Identify the relevant parties involved in the issue. Provide the names (and titles) of stakeholders who represent the interests of organizations heavily invested in the current policy debate (such as a member of the New York City Council who has been vocal on the issue of homelessness, the commissioner of the Department of Homeless Services, real estate developers who get tax breaks for building affordable housing). Include one stakeholder that represents affected parties that may otherwise not have a voice in the debate (for example, the Coalition for the Homeless, or another community-based organization serving the homeless). For each stakeholder (there should be a minimum of three), provide the following information: • Describe/define the issue from the stakeholder’s perspective. An advocacy group for the homeless sees the issue differently than an elected official or a lobbying group for the real estate industry. • Does the stakeholder see the issue as a priority? Is this a pressing issue? Not every stakeholder may see the problem as a high priority (if none of them do, you have selected a poor topic). • Does the stakeholder have close ties to a particular interest group or a constituent group? Identify at least one interest group or constituency that heavily influences the stakeholder's stance on the issue. • Is the issue under discussion potentially a political liability to an elected official? Is it a potential political windfall? (That is, could it cost the official the possibility of re-election or could it boost her in the eyes of potential voters?) • What does the stakeholder want to see happen? (Answer this question in terms of short-term and long-term outcomes.)

Subject Area: Public Relations

Document Type: Research Paper

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