Problems, causes, and consequences,

his discussion should write about 300 words, do not write over 300 words.

a. Potential problems to address in your Problem Analysis assignment.

b. Causes and consequences of those problems.

Remember to choose a problem that is not too broad, too speculative, or too complicated. However, you can focus on a difficult or challenging problem. Consider focusing on a local problem (though you may not address the problem of parking at SVSU–too many folks have done that). Choose something that is significant or meaningful to you–perhaps something that relates to your major, your profession, your current job, your community, or your extra-curricular or volunteer activities. Later in the term, you will write a Proposal for solving the problem addressed in your Problem Analysis report, so choose a problem that you can write a proposal to solve.


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