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There are 2 separate discussions for this assignment. Each discussion needs to be a minimum of ONE PAGE and each a minimum of 350 words per discussion answer on it’s own page, not including references or introduction. With the Sources separated and labeled with either discussion #1 or #2 with each discussion needing 4 reference sources each for each of the 2 discussions. I am only allowed so many attachments to describe the project. So, once the project is accepted. I will send more attachments to complete the discussion answers if I choose to. These discussions are due due by 03/03/2022 @ 08:59 pm EASTERN STANDARD TIME. I want both Discussions to be based off of San Diego County California or a City within San Diego County California Discussion question #1 1)Find an example of a graph in a published report. Discuss how the graph adds value to the report. 2)Analyze why a public manager should understand data statistics using a specific example. 3)In public management, we use three levels of measurement – interval, ordinal and nominal. Which measurements do you use at work? Provide examples from your work. Key concepts are underlined. Provide different examples from those provided by other students. Attachment #1 Is week 1 mandatory class discussion Attachment #2 is an example of how the assignment of discussion 1 can be done Week 1 Discussion #2 1)Find an example of experimental research design in public administration. 2)Discuss: how the research design is useful. 3)Analyze why a public manager should understand research designs using a specific example. 4)Propose a causal relationship between two variables. Explain how this relationship can be evaluated using a quasi-experimental design. Key concepts are underlined. Provide different examples from those provided by other students. Mandatory PAD 627 Week 1 Readings Week One Readings – Applied Statistics For Public And Nonprofit Administration Text Meier, K.J., Brudney, J. L., & Bohte, J. (2014). Applied Statistics for Public and Nonprofit Administration (9th ed). Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: 978-1285737232 Read: Chapter 1 – Statistics and Public and Nonprofit Administration Chapter 2 – Measurement

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