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Assignment 3: Stakeholder Analysis Essay

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Alyson Welker

on 24 March 2014

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Transcript of Assignment 3: Stakeholder Analysis Essay

Step 1:
You might be used to writing in a situation where it seems your feelings about your topic don’t matter or are not relevant, but exploring those feelings can help you find out more about your issue. Exploring emotions related to an issue can also uncover the aspect of the topic that interests you most.


Step 4:
As we move toward your academic argument paper, you will need to refine your research around a specific thesis.

If you had to make an argument within your issue right now, could you present a possible thesis statement?

Granted this will most likely change, but a tentative thesis can provide insight into where you currently stand on the issue.

Step 3:
Mid-Research Process Reflection
Writing Process
Step 2:
As you become more knowledgeable about the conversation surrounding your issue, what is emerging about your issue that you are sure is true? What kinds of things do you still need to know?

Assignment 3: Stakeholder Analysis Essay
Your Topic
State your topic in a word, phrase, or sentence.

Questions:

Write about the feelings you associate with the issue: anger, pride, sadness, fear, accomplishment, etc.
What about the topic makes you feel this way?
Lists:
Make two columns: one where you list facts you know and one where you list things you would still like to find out about?

Research:
Even though the annotated bibliography assignment ends with six annotations, the research phase of this course is still in process.

Knowing where you can find information about your issue can lead you to different perspectives on it. By talking to people and researching in the library and on the Internet, you can find out more about your issue. Thinking about what sources might be useful can give you various ways to approach your issue.

List what sources might provide information about your topic which you haven’t looked into yet.

Step 5:
Not only do you want to explore your own opinions about an issue, but you also should be collecting as many other opinions as possible. Doing so will give you a better sense of what people are saying about the topic and may help you find a direction for a future paper. Since you will eventually need to argue about your issue, you have to know the opinions of other to be able to incorporate and/or refute them.

Group Work:
In groups of three, discuss your topics. Ask your peers what opinions they hold regarding your topic:

1. How are you going about incorporating multiple stakeholder perspectives?

2. Make a list of your opinions as well as others you have heard about your issue.

Homework:

Complete weekly forum and summaries by Friday!

Bring laptops to class this week.
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