Feedback Impact Statement (Podcast 4)

The feedback I was given was to compare data and discuss counterexamples. I feel that the feedback was logical because while I have discussed each civic standard, I have failed to highlight the correlation between these standards. This feedback gives me directions to ensure that I make connections and discuss counterexamples, and I can show this next time by choosing evidence that connects well to each other and which develops correlation between each of my premises. Additionally, I can also talk about certain exceptions that differ from my premises.

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Feedback Impact Statement (Podcast 3)

The feedback I was given was to focus on Civ. 5 more, to focus on the unintended consequences of different policies, and to define the impacts both socially and politically. I feel that the feedback was logical because I have focused most of my podcasts on Civ. 13 and haven’t explored the social and political consequences in depth. This feedback gives me directions to ensure that I explain policies and their socio-political impacts, and I can show this next time by choosing excerpts that highlight how government policy has affected businesses as well as how these policies have impacted society.

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Feedback Impact Statement (Podcast 2)

The feedback I was given was that my analyses didn’t closely relate to my civic virtues and that all stammering should be editing out. I feel that the feedback was logical because I haven’t directly related my analyses to any civic virtues using any key words. This feedback gives me directions to ensure that I use key words from my claim and better edit my interviewees, and I can show this next time by including key words from my claim in my explanation and ensuring that there are no unnecessary recordings from my interviewees.

 

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