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StudiesReadingsUse your Social Policy and Social Programs text to complete the following:Read Chapter 7, “How Do We Pay for Social Welfare Policies and Programs?” pages 139–157.Use the Capella Library to complete the following:Hasenfeld, Y., & Garrow, E. E. (2012). Nonprofit human-service organizations, social rights, and advocacy in a neoliberal welfare state. Social Service Review, 86(2), 295–322.Lipsky, M. (1984). Bureaucratic disentitlement in social welfare programs [PDF]. Social Service Review, 3–27.This article provides historical context.( DISCUSSION POST DIRECTION)Grant Funding: Categorical Versus BlockFor this discussion, consider the following:You apply for federal help in funding a program aimed at improving minority health care in your area. The program serves people of all ages who are suffering from specified ailments, but has a means testing eligibility requirement that limits aid based on income level. Investigate which type of grant funding, categorical or block, would be better for this program, and provide resources to substantiate you choice.Use this unit’s readings to inform your discussion.Response GuidelinesRespond to another learner and advocate for an alternate type of funding, different than the one your fellow learner identified as best suited for the discussion example. Make sure you explain and support your arguments with facts, references to course material, and if necessary, outside readings.Make your post by Thursday of this week. Respond to at least one other learner by Sunday.ResourcesDiscussion Participation Scoring Guide.Nonprofit Human-Service Organizations, Social Rights, and Advocacy in a Neoliberal Welfare State.APA Style and Format.Capella Library.