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Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program

Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program

You will begin by selecting a controversial topic, which you will focus on for the duration of the semester. Then you will identify two stakeholders engaged with the issue who hold different views. Once you have identified your selected issue and two stakeholders, you are ready to answer the guiding questions and respond to the paragraph below the questions to complete this Part 1 Early Draft. Please download these guiding questions and the paragraph response into a Word document, thoroughly answer each question in complete sentences, and upload the document to MyReviewers by the assigned due date.

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  1. Analyze two stakeholder organizations that seem to have conflicting viewpoints on your topic. What are their viewpoints, and how are they different?
  2. Stay with your two stakeholder organizations from question 3. What do they have in common? Describe the goals or values that the organizations share.
  3. Given the shared goals and values that your two organizations share, describe a part of your topic that they could both agree on—that’s your common ground.
  4. Explain how your two stakeholder organizations could achieve a compromise. What would each stakeholder organization have to contribute to reach this compromise? What would each stakeholder organization have to give up?
  5. What needs to happen to accomplish your compromise? Prove that your compromise will actually work using research, such as articles that support your logic, that report on a similar situation in which your idea has previously been successful, or that prove the viability of your compromise.

In addition to your responses to the seven guiding questions (and on the same document you will upload to MyReviewers), write a “working” thesis statement and 250 words about your stakeholder organizations, their common ground, and your proposed compromise.