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OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, TITLE III: A POLICY ANALYSIS Emilee J. Cook California State University, Long Beach School of Social Work May 2013. Older Americans Act, Title III—Introduction.
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OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, TITLE III:A POLICY ANALYSIS Emilee J. CookCalifornia State University, Long BeachSchool of Social WorkMay 2013
I. Nature, scope, and distribution of the issues.
2. Casual theory(ies) or hypothesis(es) concerning the issues.
I. Policy Objectives: overt objectives and covert objectives.
2. Value premises and ideological orientations underlying the policy objectives: explicit and implicit value premises.
3. Theory(ies) or hypothesis(es) underlying the strategy and the substantive provisions of the policy.
4. Target segments(s) of society- those at whom the policy is aimed:
Ecological, demographic, biological, psychological, social, economic, political, and cultural characteristics.
Size of relevant subgroups and of entire target segments projected over time.
5. Short and long-range effects of the policy on target and nontarget segment(s) in ecological, demographic, biological, psychological social, economic, political, and cultural spheres
Intended effects and extent of attainment of policy objectives. Unintended effects.
Overall costs and benefits.
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