Research Paper Instructions
Submit a 10â€“12-page paper (not including the title page, abstract, and reference page) in current APA format in which the May-Can-Should (How) approach is applied in an in-depth fashion to a policy issue of your choice.
Instead of focusing on just one policy analysis proposal, you must discuss 2â€“3 alternatives for solving your chosen policy problem. Accordingly, you must pay close attention to the grading rubric and use the Research Paper Template to properly format your paper. Both documents are provided. Also note the Policy Brief vs. Final Paper comparison document for clarification on the similarities and differences between the Final Paper and the Policy Brief.
You must include citations from:
All of the required reading presentations from Modules/Week 1â€“2,
The course texts, and
15â€“20 additional scholarly sources.
READINGS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM MODULE WEEKS 1-2
Kraft & Furlong: chs. 1â€“3
Monsma: chs. 1â€“2
Presentation: Introduction to the Study of Public Policy and Policy Analysis
Presentation: Worldview Implications for Policy Analysis
Presentation: Progressivism and Pulbic Anlaysis
Kraft & Furlong: chs. 4â€“6
Monsma: chs. 3â€“5
BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES of GOVERNMENT: You should still have this article, if not, let me know and Iâ€™ll send it to you.
This is all the information needed to complete the research paper. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.