Chapter 11 How Are Policy Propositions Argued Student Version

Chapter 11 How Are Policy Propositions Argued Student Version

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± Create the _____________(3 Step Process) 1. Locate the immediate cause 2. Research historical background 3. Develop stock issues: What is the reason for change? Does the policy resolve the reason for change? What are the consequences of change?
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± To answer the question, “Does a reason for change exist?” 1. What is the nature of the _____________? 2. How _____________ is this inconsistency? 3. What are the ________________ of it? 4. Does this disconnect exist in the present nature of things?
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± The resolution should explain what
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Unformatted text preview: exactly is to be done so solve the problem. Must include the following elements: 1. ________________________ 2. ________________________ 3. ________________________ 4. ________________________ You must now then, show how your resolution will be better than the current system. You do this by: 1. Demonstrating _________________ 2. Overcoming ____________ (how will your plan overcome these same barriers?) 3. Establish _______________________ 4. Identify __________ (side) effects of new plan....
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 3 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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