Analysis a representative analysis using your chosen framework or model

Analysis a representative analysis using your chosen

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• Analysis: a representative analysis using your chosen framework or model. • Synthesis: address the items expressed in instruction 2 (above) and offer an evaluation/assessment based on your analysis and/or facts and evidence from original sources. Formatting: Your paper’s content should be in Microsoft Word and not longer than two pages. There is no penalty for including matrices, graphs, bullet lists reflective of the selected framework/model or a bibliography on extra pages. • Use default MS Word margins (1”) and Times, Times New Roman, Cambria or Arial font. Font size shall be 11 or 12 point. Line spacing shall not be greater than 1.15. Single- spaced is OK. • Tables, charts and/or graphs shall not have a height greater than one-third the height of the page (~3 ¾ inches). If this size restriction renders the table, chart or graph difficult to read then adding an additional page(s), as an appendix, is appropriate and will incur no penalty.
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Introduction Concisely introduces the company, the framework/model and purpose Analysis The appropriate framework (matrix, graph, or content) is present and obviously reflects the selected framework/model. Identifies observable evidence to justify/corroborate each observation. Synthesis The evaluation/assessment of the analysis is wholly reliant on the observations and evidence presented in the analysis. Assessments are explicitly based in framework/model- specific criteria. Accuracy and adherence Findings or recommendations are accurate and aligned with the selected framework/model. Following assignment instruction. Writing mechanics
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Paper is written in the active voice and is clearly expressed. Writing reflects paragraph and sentence organization and expression articulates ideas clearly. Exhibits formal writing format and conventions.
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