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Christopher <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 1 Oct 1997 17:44:41 -0400
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Professor Ginger:

I was personally a little bit confused as to point number 5 on the
assignment sheet for issue assessment 1. I think while writing the rest of
the paper I addressed the topic of "parts of the policy process underway in
your case." I was wondering if students have had similar experience in the
past with this, and if you still wanted them to include a particular section
5. If possible, could you get back to me at your earliest convenience? Thank

Christopher Pitoscia

At 03:52 PM 9/30/97 -0400, you wrote:
>FYI on the Issue Assessments due Thursday -
>Please keep in mind that you need to pursue three tasks:
>1. Obtaining information about your issue and government action on your issue.
>2. Analyzing information you obtained using the frameworks from class
>(e.g., leadership roles, policy process, interactions among institutions).
>3. Writing an assessment that illustrates your grasp of the information and
>This means you have to do some research *and* some analytical thinking
>before you can write the final version of the paper.
>Let me know if you have questions...
>Clare Ginger, Assistant Professor
>School of Natural Resources
>350 Aiken Center
>University of Vermont
>Burlington, VT 05405
>802-656-2684; [log in to unmask]