Post-Positivist Problem Definition as We Look at Policy Analysis
This paper will be an overview of Chapter Six. In this chapter, different policies are explored on how to deal with the problem of school shootings. Although it is bigger than simply school shootings, that is the main concern. This chapter uses "postpositivist problem definition" to try to get a better insight on exactly what the problem is that is causing students to turn to gun violence and how it can be stopped. Policies such as the rational choice model and public choice theory are being examined. They are being used to look at how persons in a civilization behave and why they behave that way. Along with those theories, others were mentioned and will be explained in this paper.
Positivism is a key point produced in this chapter. In the chapter, positivism is defined in theory as being a "rational, value-neutral, and quantitative approach to policy analysis". …
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