Using the Political Frame, choose a specific political issue raised in this case (politics seems to dominate here, does it not?) – and explain in-depth how the Political Frame informs the circumstances of the University of Missouri case.
Bearing in mind Bolman and Deal’s definition of “politics” as one that is not necessarily negative – but is one that is intended to vie for scarce resources instead – is there anything you would have done differently from a political perspective (be sure to incorporate a minimum of 1 or 2 assumptions of the Political Frame in your response)? Explain.
Remember to perform some outside research, to properly cite your sources, and to demonstrate evidence of critical thinking in your response.