Option 2: Take an already existing government agency or non-profit organization using perspectives learned throughout the semester and provide suggestions on how the organization could fix perceived or real problems that it is having. Include clear connections between all course learning objectives and module perspectives while engaging in analysis in your paper. Paper Requirements: I have uploaded the term paper proposal that I turned in earlier this semester. This paper should be double spaced, size 12 point, Times New Roman font, include a title page, and follow APA guidelines. This paper should also be 15 – 20 pages in length. Note 1: You should consider creating a thesis statement in introduction of term paper, regardless of aforementioned option selected. In essence, the thesis introduces the main perspective of your term paper. Additionally, students should consider explaining the purpose and reasoning for research and analysis pertaining to aforementioned option selected. Note 2: You are encouraged to use secondary resources in the term paper. You must also properly cite sources when using secondary data. For information on APA guidelines including proper in-text citations, see Purdue Owl APA Guidelines Submission Format Your paper should be double-spaced and include a centered title. Any sources used should be properly cited in MLA format.