Q1: Do you make rules for yourself or your family? Explain your personal “rulemaking” process. In your opinion, what is involved in successful establishment of rules, and/or in the creation of successful rules? Q2: How does rulemaking compare to legislative development, given that they both produce policies? Q3: What are some pros and cons of permitting interest groups to participate in rulemaking? Q4: Which policy design problem do you think would be most challenging during implementation’s operating activities: “multiple objectives”, “flawed” hypothesis, or “vague directives”? Why?

Create a 12- to 15-slide presentation analyzing the formation of habits using behavioral and social-cognitive approaches. Your presentation should cover the following areas: Analyze one of your habits. How did you develop this habit? Were there role models for this habit? Which people influenced the adoption of this habit? Why do you continue it? Has there been a time when you have attempted to break this habit? Use the behavioral personality theory to explain why you have this habit. Describe components of social-cognitive theory that explain why the habit formed. Develop a plan that applies operant conditioning to change this habit. Between the behavioral and social-cognitive theories, which one do you find best explains your personality?
November 8, 2020
Using the attached article “Modeling the benefits of cross-training to address the nursing shortage”, discusses the issue of scarce resources—nursing shortage, and the strategies in the article for addressing the problem. Write a 500-word editorial response to the article, citing your agreements or disagreements and suggesting one new strategy to resolve the issue. Include in your discussion the following: Define the issue. Describe five influencing factors. Cite the data from three or more sources to support the importance of the issue. Address the challenges and consequences of not addressing the issue. Propose a solution or innovation. Define economic investment needed and why the lay public should join in these efforts. Use APA format. Include at conclusion and a reference page.
November 8, 2020

Q1: Do you make rules for yourself or your family? Explain your personal “rulemaking” process. In your opinion, what is involved in successful establishment of rules, and/or in the creation of successful rules? Q2: How does rulemaking compare to legislative development, given that they both produce policies? Q3: What are some pros and cons of permitting interest groups to participate in rulemaking? Q4: Which policy design problem do you think would be most challenging during implementation’s operating activities: “multiple objectives”, “flawed” hypothesis, or “vague directives”? Why?

Q1: Do you make rules for yourself or your family? Explain your personal “rulemaking” process.  In your opinion, what is involved in successful establishment of rules, and/or in the creation of successful rules?   Q2: How does rulemaking compare to legislative development, given that they both produce policies?   Q3: What are some pros and cons of permitting interest groups to participate in rulemaking?   Q4: Which policy design problem do you think would be most challenging during implementation’s operating activities: “multiple objectives”, “flawed” hypothesis, or “vague directives”? Why?

Q1: Do you make rules for yourself or your family? Explain your personal “rulemaking” process.  In your opinion, what is involved in successful establishment of rules, and/or in the creation of successful rules?

 

Q2: How does rulemaking compare to legislative development, given that they both produce policies?

 

Q3: What are some pros and cons of permitting interest groups to participate in rulemaking?

 

Q4: Which policy design problem do you think would be most challenging during implementation’s operating activities: “multiple objectives”, “flawed” hypothesis, or “vague directives”? Why?


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