*In the introduction to your paper, provide an historical overview and theoretical foundation for the practice of deliberative
democracy and its responsible expression in civic action.
*Use Written Assignment 5 (the midterm assignment) and any feedback that you have received from your mentor as the basis
for your final project. Describe an agenda for your individual engagement, as a responsible citizen, in the process of
democratic deliberation (domestically) or global citizenship (internationally). The issuearea
that you have selected should be
of national or global importance and should involve social action aimed at improving a situation or supporting an existing
*Perform outside research (citing at least two reputable sources) and use it to describe your issuearea
or target organization.
Present the problems that might be solved or the positive benefits of your participation.
*Describe how you can exercise your right of civic participation. What resources can you use? Define the field of action for
your engagement and your goals. Connect your proposed social action to the content of this course, including its relationship
to both concepts of democratic governance and the principles and processes of deliberative democracy. Explain how
accomplishing this plan would help you become a more robust global citizen.
*Finally, discuss both the challenges and opportunities that exist in the issuearea
of your choice. These may be challenges to
deliberative democracy, to responsible and engaged citizenship, or to civic participation. Discuss ways of dealing with these
Your paper should be between 1800 and 2000 words (with a typical font and double spacing, this will be between 8 and 10
pages) and should cover the directives already given.
You should follow accepted research approaches and citation format (APA).
Your paper should be well developed and convey your understanding of the readings and concepts.
Your paper should be organized, coherent, and unified.
Your paper should be free of spelling and grammatical errors.
Consult at least two outside research sources and properly cite all outside sources intext
and in a bibliography. Be sure to
document all contentions and âfactsâ mentioned in an academically acceptable manner. (See writing resources below)
Encyclopediasâespecially Wikipediaâand dictionaries are unacceptable sources
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