Can you think of other examples where "value judgments" are being made in determining eligibility rules for a program (i.e. establishing who will get services and who will not)? There are eight types of eligibility rules: Prior contributions■ Admi

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Can you think of other examples where "value judgments" are being made in determining eligibility rules for a program (i.e. establishing who will get services and who will not)? There are eight types of eligibility rules: Prior contributions■ Administrative rule■ Private contracts■ Professional discretion■ Administrative discretion■ Judicial decision■ Means testing (needs minus assets and/or income)■ Attachment to the workforce. Of those eight, describe one in detail and provide an example. Can you think of some advantages or disadvantages to utilizing eligibility through service contracting? Stigmatization is one criteria for evaluating the merit of an eligibility rule. discuss it.

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