Reader-Centered Analysis Chart, writing assignment help

Please complete the following chart considering the needs, values, and attitudes of the primary, secondary, and tertiary reader-users of your project. Refer to pages 21-22 in our course text for help.

I said:The main social issue I would like to deal with is corruption. Corruption has been a graft issue in the community, yet a combined community effort can eliminate it. There are many cases worldwide where leaders and professional grab funds supposed to complete important tasks and use it for selfish interests. The issue increases the gap between the rich and the poor, leaving some members of the community rotting in poverty. It is directly related to my career objectives as a financial analyst. Financial practitioners should be transparent. Through transparency, every stakeholder, from the customer, to the employee, employer and shareholder are served justly. The issue extends, not only to businesses, but also to other ventures such as the government and non-profitable organizations. The people who grab funds, public and private, have the support of corrupt financial officers. The officers take role in designing the criminal activities and keeping evidence through their financial intelligence. The main stakeholders for the issue include the community, business owners and shareholders, buyers of products and services, as well as the government and private sector workers. Getting information on how the theft is done is an issue of concern, since the grabbers keep their strategies secretive. However, failure to develop the topic sufficiently might make me decide on another issue.

(requirement:Now that you’ve had an opportunity to begin framing your professional identity through the About Me Bio and resume drafts, let’s dig a bit deeper into writing in your profession. For much of the remainder of the semester, you’ll explore a problem, issue, or opportunity in your profession1 that requires writing to create action for resolution. The problem/issue/opportunity on which you choose to focus is up to you, but it should be an issue that impacts a community of stakeholders. In other words, you’ll want to avoid choosing something that is strictly a personal preference. You might, for example, explore the ways in which a new/different approach to case notes might foster a better social worker-client relationship. Or you might examine social media trends and articulate strategies for improved social media marketing.

Ultimately, you will write a proposal that will be included in your Writing in Action portfolio. We’ll discuss proposals in Module 9.

The first steps in this process is to determine the problem/issue/opportunity, identify the stakeholders, complete a reader-centered analysis chart, and consider the project plan.

This module will help you parse out ideas and begin developing the framework for your proposal and ultimately the proposal.

1Profession in this case is broadly defined. It does not necessarily mean the job/position you have now, but, instead, might refer to your field (i.e. social work or business management).

Module Objectives

1. Explore problems/issues/opportunities in your profession

2. Develop an understanding of proposals as a professional genre

3. Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary reader-users, as a community of stakeholders invested in the problem/issue/opportunity you’ve identified. )

You should fill this form following this discussion I talk with the requirement. You can imitate my friend, but we are different topic, you can imitate the writing. I post 4 pictures that shows how to fill the form.