Field of Study on Government
Any topic is fair game as long as you can connect it to government in some way. One of the learning outcomes of this project is to help you realize the extent to which government is now involved in virtually every aspect of our lives.Hint: Think of a hobby, your job, or academic field of study you find interesting and devise a poll based on a relationship that subject might have with government. Build you poll based on that discovery.Copies of past poll projects can be provided for example purposes only. They are not to be used as the standard templates for all poll projects or to serve as a copy cat. Their purpose is only to serve as guides that will assist the student in crafting their own ideas.Examples of previous submissions will include copies of profile pages and demographic questions. Additionally, a brief summary sheet designed to support a slide presentation, if given, will also be given. Summary report examples will be provided and are to be included with all poll assignments. These can range from a couple pages to as many as you see necessary.InstructionsAs you move forward in the creation of your own poll, keep in mind these rules:Separate demographic questions from the actual poll questions are to be provided. Keep both on separate sheets of paper. Demographic questions should be 6-10 in total.Direct topic questions must be at least 15, with 20 more preferred. There is no limit on the maximum number, and you are encouraged to expand your poll as much as you like. You cannot be punished for doing too much.Absolute minimum of 20 people must be polled, though more is certainly allowed. You are encouraged to expand the number of people to any size desired and most students do, in fact, take that course.Your report and visual aids should be comprehensive and support each other.Give a good explanation of your topic, why you chose it, what the results were, any surprises, unusual events that surrounded your experience in interviewing other people, etc.TimelineEach polling team is expected to submit a summary paragraph of their poll. This will include the topic chosen, why you chose that topic, what findings are expected, and any potential difficulties foreseen.ll polling projects must be completed and ready for submission before the last four weeks of the course. At that time, presentations will be scheduled for briefing the instructor and students on the poll results.