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Research Paper Outline for Government Relations

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Select a program, project, or issue that is within government or you think government should address. Example, early childhood education, anti missile system, obesity.

Identify the problem, conflict, concern, or goals that you want to solve, resolve, settle, or achieve from the program, project, or issue that you have selected.

Present in a strategic and practical fashion from what you have learned from class presentations, readings, guest speakers, and research how you would solve, resolve, settle, or achieve the problem, conflict, concern, or goal that you have selected to address. (within the government structure and relations)

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Research paper outline for Government Relations
"Select a program, project, or issue that is within government or you think government should address. Example, early childhood education, anti missile system, obesity."

** TOPIC: Obesity & Foodrug Health Problems
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** OUTLINE
"Identify the problem, conflict, concern, or goals that you want to solve, resolve, settle, or achieve from the program, project, or issue that you have selected. Present in a strategic and practical ...

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Solution selects a program, project, or issue that is within government or you think government should address. Example, early childhood education, anti missile system, obesity. The problem, conflict, concern, or goals to solve, resolve, settle, or achieve is identified and presented in a strategic and practical fashion from what was learned from class presentations, readings, guest speakers, and research on how to solve, resolve, settle, or achieve the problem, conflict, concern, or goal selected to address. 556 words.

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