Short paper Perception interview

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You are a reporter for your local media outlet and have scheduled an interview with your local congressman, who sits on the Committee on Ways and Means for the U.S. House of Representatives. The focus of the interview is to get the congressman's response to the public's perception that his party is simply playing the role of obstructing the president's agenda rather than representing the public's interest and upholding the democratic process. For your paper, develop three questions you would ask, and explain your rationale for asking these questions. Defend your explanation with scholarly resources.

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PAD 630 Module One Short Paper Guidelines and Rubric After reading Chapters 1 and 2, write a short paper in which you respond to the following: You are a reporter for your local media outlet and have scheduled an interview with your local congressman, who sits on the Committee on Ways and Means for the U.S. House of Representatives. The focus of the interview is to get the congressman’s response to the public’s perception that his party is simply playing the role of obstructing the president’s agenda rather than representing the public’s interest and upholding the democratic process. For your paper, develop three questions you would ask, and explain your rationale for asking these questions. Defend your explanation with scholarly resources. Your paper should include the following elements:   An explanation of how each question will lead to your intended goal A defense of your strategy with scholarly research Guidelines for Submission: Your paper should be 3 to 4 pages in length and should use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Sources should be cited according to APA style. Critical Elements Interview Question 1 Interview Question 2 Interview Question 3 Exemplary (100%) Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, and it is clear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, and it is clear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, and it is clear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Proficient (90%) Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, but it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, but it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept, but it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Needs Improvement (70%) Interview question indicates lack of understanding of the public administration concept, and it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates lack of understanding of the public administration concept, and it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Interview question indicates lack of understanding of the public administration concept, and it is unclear how this strategy will logically lead to the required response Not Evident (0%) Does not include an interview question that indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept Value 20 Does not include an interview question that indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept 20 Does not include an interview question that indicates a clear understanding of the public administration concept 20 Scholarly Research Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides specific, concrete examples from research to defend interview strategy Writing (Mechanics/Citations) There are no errors related to organization, grammar, style, and APA citations Includes references to scholarly research to defend interview strategy and connects research findings directly to interview strategy There are minor errors related to organization, grammar, style, and APA citations Includes references to scholarly research but does not connect research findings directly to interview strategy Does not include references to scholarly research to defend interview strategy 20 There are some errors related to organization, grammar, style, and APA citations, but they do not impede understanding There are major errors related to organization, grammar, style, and APA citations that impede understanding 20 Total 100%

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AlhandroK
School: Cornell University

hello, here is the assignment completed, in case of anything kindly let me know
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here is a completed copy, i did fresh one

Running head: PUBLIC POLICY INTERVIEW

Public Policy Interview
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PUBLIC POLICY INTERVIEW

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Public Policy Interview

Any nation in the world survives on taxes. An inclusion of tax in the economies of countries
ensures that a government has enough finances required to spearhead the developmental
agenda. Every state has laid procedures on how tax should be collected and documented.
Equally, there are specific institutions mandated to ensure that all necessary process has been
followed in the whole taxation system. For instance, in the United States of America, the
committee on ways and means is entitled with the obligation of tax-writing in the house of
Congress. Some of the aspects handled at the level of this committee include Medicare,
revenue related to the social security system and programs that incorporate social services. In
this regard, this paper delves into giving an analysis of three critical questions asked to a
congressman who seemingly is obstructing the president's agenda rather than representing the
public's interest and upholding the democratic process w...

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