An analytical report about a work or academic issue for which you have a passion--or at least a strong concern. (You can revisit a topic for which you wrote a short proposal if you'd like.) Use one of the analytical approaches (causal, comparative, or feasibility) listed below under the options. The report not including references, or transmittal letter. In the report, you must use visuals, such as charts, graphs, etc. You should also include front and end matter.
Option A: Causal Analysis
When you have a good grasp of the issue you have chosen, carefully developed causal analysis (what causes the issue?) on why your issue occurs. Be sure to analyze the multiple audiences who will read your report to identify the specific reasons for "why X happens."
Option B: Comparative Analysis a comparative analysis detailing what is best for a specific purpose. You might, for example, outline why one procedure or method is better than another.
Option C: Feasibility Analysis
Analyze the feasibility of implementing something. Address the specific concerns about your issue and design specific strategies to help solve a problem related to your issue. In your feasibility analysis, address whether or not your strategy is a good one, and why. Your focus is on exploring a strategy for dealing with your issue.
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