Describing a specific Social problem Related to urban society

describing a specific social problem related to urban society, evaluate various policies (already implemented and/or not yet implemented) to mitigate that problem, and finally propose the best policy solution. You must include two outside sources, preferably scholarly or policy papers from think tanks. Your paper should be at least 2000 words, double spaced (12pt Times New Roman), using any formal citation format (MLA, APA, ASA, Chicago, etc.). The paper must be in essay format and submitted via Canvas before midnight November 14.For your paper, address the following:1. Define the problem or issue:a. What is the specific problem and what have commentators, scholars, and politicians said about the problem? How is your problem a part of urban society?b. How has the city council addressed this problem?How are they framing the problem? Include an analysis of city council debate. Watch one or two sessions in which the city council addresses your urban problem.i. Upcoming and 2021 archived LA City Council meetings: https://clerk.lacity.org/calendarii. 2020 archived LA City Council meetings:https://www.lacity.org/government/follow-meetings/city-council-meetingsiii. Glendale City Council meetings: https://www.glendaleca.gov/government/public-meeting-portal2. Present and analyze the data/studies: What does the data and/or studies reveal about this problem? Draw conclusions that make sense about the data/studies.a. What do these studies tell us about the root, nature, and impact of the problem? Cite the scholarship (two outside sources can be scholarly or policy reports by think tanks such as the Urban Institute: https://www.urban.org/research).b. Identify two concepts from the textbook that address and help explain your urban problem.c. Populate the table below to demonstrate the context of your urban problem. Use Policy Map via CSUN sign-in: https://csun-policymap-com.libproxy.csun.edu/mapsTable 1. Social variables related to urban problem, 2021Urban AreaVariable% White% Black% Asian% Hispanic/Latino% Foreign Born (plurality)Median Household Income $% 65 years oldMedian Home Value ($)% Home Ownership% Single parent familySchool Proficiency IndexOverall Social VulnerabilityDiversity Index(5 other variables of your choice)d. What does the above data tell us about the urban problem and the metropolitan area in general? Discuss significant variables and possible correlations that effects your urban problem.3. Present and evaluate the policy proposals: describe at least 3 policy options that have been implemented or proposed to address your specific problem. How do these policies mitigate the social problem and what are their benefits and costs?a. PAELC analysis: how do political, economic, social, and legal factors affect the feasibility of the policy options. Consider five criteria: political feasibility, administrative feasibility, racial equity impact, legal viability, cost effectiveness. See sample table below and tailor it to your own analysis.Table 2. PAELC breakdown of various policy positionsDo nothing–+–+/-–More black police officers++/-+/-++Racial bias training++/-–+/-+Body cameras++/-+/-+/-–CriteriaPolitical FeasibilityAdministrative FeasibilityRacial EquityImpactLegal ViabilityCost Effectivenessb. Explain and elaborate on some of the more significant factors from Table 2.4. Present and justify the best solution: Explain why one policy option is the best to mitigate your specific problem and urban social problems in general.