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There is no connection to the course content and your personal stance on the topic is not clear. Please contact me and or review the grading rubric and assignment instructions for the requirements of each assignment. I am concerned because you are not performing very well in this course. I am here to help, please contact me. R eferences EFERENCE NewsRx. New Population Studies Findings from A. Belanger and Co-Researchers Reported (Emerging issues in the life cycle perspective in the context of population peaking). Science Letter. October 26, 2018; p 1012. Your references must have a hanging indent of 0.5. "Global Views - Population Studies; New Population Studies Findings from A. Belanger and Co-Researchers Reported (Emerging Issues in the Life Cycle Perspective in the Context of Population Peaking)." Science Letter , Oct 26, 2018. 1012, this source is not cited in your revie w.
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. Link to News Rx: You did not meet the requirements of this assignment. News Article Review Paper: 100 Points Levels of Achievement Content -70 Advanced Proficient Developing Not Present Total % News Article Selection 15-17 points Timely article from an appropriate source effectively illustrates the application or failure to apply one or more of the public policy principles discussed in the assigned readings for the module/week of the assignment. 12-14points Article of acceptable source somewhat illustrates the application or failure to apply one or more of public policy principles discussed in the assigned readings for the module/week of the assignment. 1-11 points Article is tangentially related to and somewhat useful or has limited application to illustrating or facilitating an understanding of public policy principles discussed in the assigned readings for the module/week of the assignment.
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