TASK ONE Name Professor Institution Course TASK ONE 1.1 Reasons for developing a ‘welfare state’ The component of the welfare state is common in most of the government systems where the government is entitled to provide social services to the residents of the nation. The reasons for the development of welfare state varies from one country to another depending on different factors addressed such as needs of citizens number of retired people and rates of unemployment. The issue of the welfare state has been institutionalized in various governments and economies internationally making it difficult to be removed or ignored. The “welfare State” relies on the acknowledgement of dependency as a measure of social relationship. Theoretically the ‘welfare state’ is responsible for protecting all the residents of the state at its best possible level (Spicker 2017). It also helps in the supervision of welfare provision in the entire society as Discretionary benefits for residents in deprivation were withdrawn and a social funding proposed to assist suffering citizens was awarded as loans instead of grants. Such changes. However the effect of these changes left many residents more impoverished because it became difficult to access the welfare state. Bibliography Forder A. (1974). Concepts in social administration. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Hall P. and Kennedy J. (2008). PHILANTHROPY THE WELFARE STATE AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF AMERICAN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS 1945-2000. [online] Sites.hks.harvard.edu. Available at: sites.hks.harvard.edu [Accessed 22 Mar. 2018]. Murray C. (1996). Charles Murray and the Underclass: The Developing Debate. [online] Civitas.org.uk. Available at: www.civitas.org.uk [Accessed 22 Mar. 2018]. Oakley A. (2012). New Labour and the continuation of Thatcherite policy. POLIS Journal [online] 6. Available at: www.polis.leeds.ac.uk [Accessed 22 Mar. 2018]. Spicker P. (2017). Principles of social welfare an introduction to thinking about the welfare state. [online] Spicker.uk. Available at: www.spicker.uk [Accessed 22 Mar. 2018]. [...]
For task 1 I need someone to work on 1.1, 1,2 and 1,3. The numbers of words should be no less and no more than 1000 words. Is no need for an introduction. I need you to respect my list of what I need in this essay which is in the attached file (Essay 1.docx).