dairy about public policy Analysis

dairy about public policy Analysis

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WHILE
Reading books, newspapers, magazines
Talking to the grandparents, parents, siblings, relatives, friends, neighbors, drivers, shopkeepers
Watching news, dramas, songs, serials, or movies
Visiting relatives’/friends’ houses (or dorms), shops, play grounds, parks, museums, or movie houses
YOU MAY
Observe an event, a news item, a discussion, a fact, an artifact that makes you think about its relationship to topics in this subject (public policy analysis, policy tools, policy implementation and evaluation; and policy issues related to Education, Demography, Health, and the Environment).
RECORD: Write briefly but clearly the main features of your observation (around 100 words)
RELATE: Very precisely connect the ‘record’ to our study in that week (around 100 words)
REVIEW: Explain your thoughts about the ‘what’, ‘why’ or ‘how’ of the incidence, and/or possible policy suggestions to remedy the situation (around 100 words)

WHILE
Reading books, newspapers, magazines
Talking to the grandparents, parents, siblings, relatives, friends, neighbors, drivers, shopkeepers
Watching news, dramas, songs, serials, or movies
Visiting relatives’/friends’ houses (or dorms), shops, play grounds, parks, museums, or movie houses
YOU MAY
Observe an event, a news item, a discussion, a fact, an artifact that makes you think about its relationship to topics in this subject (public policy analysis, policy tools, policy implementation and evaluation; and policy issues related to Education, Demography, Health, and the Environment).
RECORD: Write briefly but clearly the main features of your observation (around 100 words)
RELATE:  Very precisely connect the ‘record’ to our study in that week (around 100 words)
REVIEW: Explain your thoughts about the ‘what’, ‘why’ or ‘how’ of the incidence, and/or possible policy suggestions to remedy the situation (around 100 words)
Dates for submission: Week 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 (Five best marks will be added to the total; Students will get opportunity to revise if submit on the correct week, but have marks deducted for delayed submission).
Plagiarism
You are allowed to work on this weekly diary believing that you will do the work on your own and will not resort to plagiarism (because it is unacceptable to the UAEU, like any other educational institution).
‘Plagiarism’ (literary or intellectual theft) refers to the practice of taking someone else’s ideas or work without acknowledgment.  It can take a number of forms, including:
•    Copying the work of another student (in the same class, in the University, or in another institution);
•    Copying any section, no matter how brief, from a book, journal, article or other written source (including the Internet), without duly acknowledging it as a quotation;
•    Copying (from books, others’ works or the Internet) any map, diagram or tables without duly acknowledging the source; or
•    Rewording texts or using ideas of another author without duly acknowledging the source.
Whatever the form, plagiarism is unacceptable because it is both stealing (the work of another person) and cheating (the assessor by representing others work as your own). Any instances of plagiarism can therefore be expected to draw severe penalties.
Students who ignore plagiarism by allowing their work to be copied will also be reported to the Student Affairs for disciplinary action

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