Some policy makers don’t fully consider the implications of the policies they are enacting. Sometimes this is due to internal pressure, sometimes it is due to pleasing their constituents, sometimes they just don’t have the foresight to see what they are doing.
Your assignment: Propose a policy. This can be an international, national, state, or local policy (anywhere from the scope of a country’s population control policy to a dry-county policy); the policy of an institution or company (such as a university ACT requirement for admittance, or a retail company’s return policy or dress code); or the policy of an organization (such as a fraternity recruitment policy, or a stipulation in a neighborhood organization contract). Your task is to argue that this policy will, on balance, be beneficial to the people enacting it by making logical predictions about its effects.
A possible start for research, you may want to find similar policies that have already run their course and show how the effect would be similar or different in the area you suggest.
Things to remember:
- Who is your audience--Who could enact this policy?
- MLA format with works cited page
- Page Count: 3-4
- Sources: at least 3--One of which MUST be Burke
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||10/09/2015 10:00 pm