I need an outline completed along with 2 visual aids. I need four sources APA Style. Only one can be from the internet. I also need a speech written that is 7 minutes long. I will also need counter arguments. I am for this speech.
Answer each question with 1 to 3 complete sentences Your responses should be 300 to 500 words in total All writing must be appropriate for an academic context Follow academic writing conventions (correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting) Composition must be original and written for this assignment; plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited Use a readable 12-point font, double-spaced with 1-inch margins Submit a single file only, including the answers to all questions Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx. Template and Rubric along with instructions attached.
Through this assignment, we will explore trends concerning an individually selected area of policy and provide context on the public policy theories at play. You will answer the following question: How has the congressional agenda changed over time in regard to your selected policy topic?
To start, visit Comparative Agendas Project (https://www.comparativeagendas.net/us) . Once on the webpage, select Trend Tools (on the top right). Then, select dataset types and policy topics on the upper left side. Then, select Budgets on the upper left side. Next, select United States. Then, select the specific aspect of the US budget you want to analyze. Then, in the bottom right, select Line for Chart Type.
Next, for Dates, select Year. Once you create two charts, or at least have the data points for two periods, then use export to integrate them into your paper. Then, analyze the two charts (ie, compare and contrast) in your paper.
For the purposes of this project, you’ll need to pull data from at least two different time periods to show any shifts in trends/attention.
Next analyze your findings by using the attached template. You’ll want to cover the following questions:
What is the history of this policy?
What do the data say about the congressional focus of this issue?
How and why are the charts different?
What driving forces and actors would have had an impact on the congressional attention on this issue?
Were there other events taking place that would explain a low in congressional attention on this issue?
What theory or theories from our reading could explain the history or trends of the issue? What contexts are applicable here?
Please include your charts in your essay. Note that the labels on the charts may be inaccurate, so focus on trends. Be sure to draw from our course readings and to utilize at least three scholarly sources.