GOVT 2306 Government - What the Graphs Look Like Visually Paper

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This is a paper about the government. Government has its own vocabulary. Make sure that the terminology that you use is correct in the context of your paper.

Many parts of your paper require information from outside sources (meaning – “not you”). Make sure that you give proper credit to where you obtained the information, and to put the information in quotes if it is an exact quote. I do not care how you cite your sources, but you MUST cite your sources.

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This paper will consist of six REQUIRED written components. Each of these parts should be at least one-half page in length. In addition, you can (but are not required to) have an introduction and a conclusion. This means that the body of the paper should be 3-5 pages in length. If the paper is shorter than 3 pages or longer than 5 pages, points will be deducted. The paper should be written in the order listed in the assignment. Content Requirements 1. Describe what the graphs look like visually. Pretend that the reader is not able to see the graphs and give as much detail as possible. 2. What information are the graphs presenting? What are the graphs telling you about? Take the information that is presented visually and communicate it to the reader in written form 3. What does the information in these graphs mean for the government of Texas versus the government of Massachusetts? How would the residents of each of the states be affected by the information presented in the graphs? 4. Compare the budget of the state of Texas and the budget of the state of Massachusetts. How are the states similar in how they spend money and how are the states different? How would you expect life to be different in Massachusetts compared to Texas based on how the governments spend their money? Base your arguments on the multiple sources provided and not your own “guess 5. Life in Texas and Massachusetts can be very different, but that does not make one superior to the other. Which state is more suitable to live in is determined by how one defines a “quality” life. What factors do you believe would lead to a high quality of life? How you rate different life factors can be your opinion, but the factors you use should be based on research. How do you think living in Texas, and spending by the Texas state government, influence your perspective on what is a “quality” life? 6. Looking back at spending by the states of Texas and Massachusetts what would happen if each state changed its spending priorities. How would you expect altering state spending would harm or enhance the quality of life for people living in that state? Be sure to mention specific spending changes and base your argument on how you would define quality of life. ***Information in these sections should be specific. Avoid phrases like “good,” “bad,” “everyone,” “everything,” “nothing,” and especially “I don’t know.”*** This is a paper about the government. Government has its own vocabulary. Make sure that the terminology that you use is correct in the context of your paper. ...
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Institution

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A description of what the graphs look like visually

The graphs are presented in the form of pie charts. They represent different statistical
provisions regarding government spending in the state of Texas and Massachusetts. The pie
charts are segmented using different colors that can assist in the identification of the extent with
which the state governments spend money. The larger divisions represent a higher percentage of
the state government expenditures while the smaller sections represent the diminutive amounts
spent on public service provision. The two pie charts represent the expenditure of the two
governments in the 2018 financial year. The coloring used to segment the different expenditure
percentages make it easy for an individual to determine the sector that the state governments
spend more money on and the one that gets less funding. Conversely, from the charts, it would
be possible to determine the difference in terms of state expenditure between the two
governments and the prioritization of the different public sectors in terms of state funding.
Information presented in the graph
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