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Requirement 10: Submit final draft of paper (15-20 pages of text double-spaced,

Requirement 10: Submit final draft of paper (15-20 pages of text double-spaced, not including Works Cited; at least 8-10 reputable sources cited in text).
Note to tutor: The topic(s) I have chosen for this paper is Environmental Racism, Police Brutality, and Discrimination and you should connect all to each other. Grading Rubric for Paper:
Defining your Topic and Explaining its Significance: What are you writing about, why is your topic of interest, and what is your specific position or argument on the topic of your paper? Express your position/argument. It is crucial to identify this in your introduction.
Demonstrating Empirical Knowledge of Topic: Show the new expertise you have attained.
Setting Forth a Theoretical and/or Policy Framework for your Topic: What are the broader theoretical and/or policy issues at stake in your topic? Often, you can identify competing analytical and/or political perspectives with respect to your topic. Present them accurately and with sophistication.
Articulating Your Argument and Findings: Set forth your theoretical and/or policy approach. Think of this as the ultimate value-added of your paper. You did not simply provide information. You made your own contribution on how to assess your topic.
Range: Draw with specificity from multiple sources (at least 8-10 reputable sources cited in text). Include a full Works Cited, and in-text cite not just quotations and paraphrasing but all empirical information you presented and arguments of others. Effectively use relevant arguments from the literature to support your position. Demonstrate effective written argumentation skills about contested political phenomena.
Organization: Have a thesis statement. Have clear transitions and topic sentences for each paragraph. Avoid repetition and packing multiple topics in the same paragraph.
Writing: Write in an active voice. Proofread. Edit. Attend to grammar & sentence structure.

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Review this case and develop a clinical critique based on the potential ethical

Review this case and develop a clinical critique based on the potential ethical and psychological challenges related to this case. Develop your answer in detail, including how the court ruling would affect the decisions made by the examiner and how the ruling would affect the client being assessed.

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Students will complete three writing assignments, integrating a minimum of two n

Students will complete three writing assignments, integrating a minimum of two news sources. Students will select any current event of interest related to politics and government, along with the two sources, which may be any combination of newspaper/periodical/online media sources.The student is free to use more than the minimum two sources, if need be.
For those topics that are national or international in nature, you are required to select a publication of a national level circulation, such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Washington Post.NPR.org, BBC World News, CNNpolitics.com and Politico are good examples of reliable credible sources.These publications have their own staff-writers in various bureaus throughout the world. Thus, they will provide you with more a lot more primary source/detailed analysis, hard news and topic background than can newspapers with only a local/regional-level circulation.Topics of a state/local nature can be accessed using a local/regional circulation newspaper (San Diego Union-Tribune,Riverside Press-Enterprise, Los Angeles Times, etc.). For each source, please choose a hard news or feature article. Please do not use op-ed pieces (editorials, opinion columns, etc.). Also, do not use short news clips from wire reports.Do not use blogs or Wikipedia, or any other “publications” that are not considered legitimate & valid peer-reviewed journalistic sources (“Info Wars.com,” etc.). Please make sure your source/article is that of a substantive and detailed information provider.
The student will then write an approximate3-4page essay addressing the final criteria: (1) Give a complete and detailed background on the topic. What is the conflict(s)? What are the various perspectives and arguments of each of the parties involved? What are some of the origins of the problem? What are some possible solutions for conflict resolution,from the perspective of the political actors involved?(2) Give an analysis comparing the information offered from the minimum two sources. Which source gives more depth and detail? Is there a particular bias with one source? How so? What are some of the contents and passages of each source to support your evaluation as to the biases and coverage from the sources? These are the questions I want you to address when doing these assignments. For every idea or words that are not your own, please cite the author and/or the source. You are free to use any of the major citation styles (MLA, APA, Turabian/Chicago style). Just be sure to be consistent and, again, cite sources. Please cite your sources for non-common information presented, quotations and statistical data and figures. Cite sources and evidence from any opinions, assertions or arguments that you might want to present. The sources are more authoritative in expertise than you. Papers which include opinions or arguments that lack such evidence and sources, and are based on just anecdotal experiences, or your “gut” feeling shall be docked approximately 1-2 points. Not including a source comparison will have the paper be docked 1-2 points. Not citing sources will have the paper docked 1-2 points. Each assignment is worth a possible five (5) points each.

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Students will complete three writing assignments, integrating a minimum of two n

Students will complete three writing assignments, integrating a minimum of two news sources. Students will select any current event of interest related to politics and government, along with the two sources, which may be any combination of newspaper/periodical/online media sources.The student is free to use more than the minimum two sources, if need be.
For those topics that are national or international in nature, you are required to select a publication of a national level circulation, such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Washington Post.NPR.org, BBC World News, CNNpolitics.com and Politico are good examples of reliable credible sources.These publications have their own staff-writers in various bureaus throughout the world. Thus, they will provide you with more a lot more primary source/detailed analysis, hard news and topic background than can newspapers with only a local/regional-level circulation.Topics of a state/local nature can be accessed using a local/regional circulation newspaper (San Diego Union-Tribune,Riverside Press-Enterprise, Los Angeles Times, etc.). For each source, please choose a hard news or feature article. Please do not use op-ed pieces (editorials, opinion columns, etc.). Also, do not use short news clips from wire reports.Do not use blogs or Wikipedia, or any other “publications” that are not considered legitimate & valid peer-reviewed journalistic sources (“Info Wars.com,” etc.). Please make sure your source/article is that of a substantive and detailed information provider.
The student will then write an approximate3-4page essay addressing the final criteria: (1) Give a complete and detailed background on the topic. What is the conflict(s)? What are the various perspectives and arguments of each of the parties involved? What are some of the origins of the problem? What are some possible solutions for conflict resolution,from the perspective of the political actors involved?(2) Give an analysis comparing the information offered from the minimum two sources. Which source gives more depth and detail? Is there a particular bias with one source? How so? What are some of the contents and passages of each source to support your evaluation as to the biases and coverage from the sources? These are the questions I want you to address when doing these assignments. For every idea or words that are not your own, please cite the author and/or the source. You are free to use any of the major citation styles (MLA, APA, Turabian/Chicago style). Just be sure to be consistent and, again, cite sources. Please cite your sources for non-common information presented, quotations and statistical data and figures. Cite sources and evidence from any opinions, assertions or arguments that you might want to present. The sources are more authoritative in expertise than you. Papers which include opinions or arguments that lack such evidence and sources, and are based on just anecdotal experiences, or your “gut” feeling shall be docked approximately 1-2 points. Not including a source comparison will have the paper be docked 1-2 points. Not citing sources will have the paper docked 1-2 points. Each assignment is worth a possible five (5) points each.

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Directions: Please write a five-to-seven page paper on the following topic. The

Directions: Please write a five-to-seven page paper on the following topic. The term paper should be typed,
double-spaced between section headers, and the actual paragraphs single-spaced. It should be five to
seven-pages. Anything from class discussions will be treated as common knowledge but still should be cited
using the MLA or APA method. The paper does not need to involve special library or internet searches beyond
your annotated bibliography assignment, but all prior research should be referenced in your bibliography.
Please refer to the section in the syllabus for specific details on the term paper layout. This assignment is worth
95 points.

Expand on your annotated bibliography. Be sure and address the following items in your paper:

1. What is the issue?
2. How does it relate to the class?
3. Who are the interest groups related to the issue?
4. What does your research tell you about the issue?
5. What is your opinion on the issue and has it changed?
________________________________________________________________________
KEY POINTS:
1) Follow the directions! (remember the voting assignment?)
2) Review the grade rubric for specific points awarded.
3) Turn the questions into section heading, e.g. What is the issue? to Issue
4) Use the information from your annotated bibliography, but do not resubmit your annotated bibliography
with your term paper.

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Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbo

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 11, 12
Lesson
Minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to the textbook.
Instructions
This assignment is comprised of 2 parts, the first of which is due this week. Part II will be due in Week 7.
In Part I this week, choose a case from your state (Florida) that involves civil rights or civil liberties that was decided by the United States Supreme Court. If your state does not have a case that was decided by the United States Supreme Court, choose a civil rights case from another state for which the United States Supreme Court issued a decision.
Here is a brief description of civil rights and civil liberties: Civil rights refers to equal social opportunities under the law. It gives you these freedoms such as the right to vote, the right to public education, or a fair trial, among other things, regardless of your wealth or race. Civil liberties mean freedom of religion, equal treatment and due process under the law, and the right to privacy.
You should be able to go online and look up your state and famous cases decided by the Supreme Court. For example, Brown v Board of Education (1951) started in Topeka, Kansas and ended up in the Supreme Court of the United States. Another example would be Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley v Steve Sisolak, Governor of Nevada (2020) that started in Nevada and ended up the United States Supreme Court. A good source of information about cases decided by the United States Supreme Court is www.scotusblog.com. Other sources can be researched online using search terms for “civil rights cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.” Be sure to use a case actually decided by the United States Supreme Court, and not a case decided by your state’s supreme court or a different court. A case that is still pending before the United States Supreme Court should not be used.
Research your court case and write an outline of the case that you will be using to prepare a presentation, which will either be a narrated PowerPoint, a Kaltura Video, or some other format as approved by your instructor. If you are unsure, then verify the presentation format with your instructor before starting work on this assignment.
This week’s assignment should include (a) summary of the case; (b) a case outline; and a summary.
A. Summary of the Case
In one or two paragraphs, provide a general overview of the case that serves as a snapshot of what the case is about and how it ended up in your state high court. A summary is using your words to write a brief history of the case. Do not give your opinion or your interpretation but stick to the facts only.
B: Case Outline
Your court case outline should include:
Title: Name of the case
Facts of the case: Provide key facts involving the case.
History of the case: What legal action was taken based on what your state laws say about this case?
Legal questions: What were the legal issues the court had to decide?
Decision or holdings: Did the court decide for the plaintiff or the defendant? Explain the reason behind the decision?
Verdict and opinion (judgement): What were the concurring and dissenting opinions? How many judges decided for the defendant and how many justices decided against the defendant? What was the final verdict from the judge or the jury, if it was a jury trial?
C. Conclusion
What was the resulting impact of the ruling? How did the citizens of your state benefit from it? Was this a good decision?
Writing Requirements (APA format)
The length of your outline will vary. Usually an outline is anywhere from 1-3 pages long. Make sure to write full sentences to explain your case. It is a concise list to be used as a reference for you during the presentation.
Using the outline, you will be describing the court case in your presentation and the scenario around the court case. The use of Wikipedia as a primary source of information is to be avoided – it is not a reliable source of information.
Search for an example of a case outline in the Internet. Without going into much detail at this state, each of the items listed above has a subject sentence with 3-6 bullet points that can help you expand on the topic.
For Week 7, you will be creating a narrated PowerPoint, or a video as approved by your instructor, from this week’s outline.
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to textbook if cited)

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Two Part Assignment: Prepare a 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation desc

Two Part Assignment:
Prepare a 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation describing at least four of the motivational theories discussed in the textbook.
Clearly Identify each Motivational Theory a Level-1 heading on a slide, and include the following for each theory:
Explain how job redesigns, alternative work arrangements, and other motivational initiatives would be manifested by application of each theory; and
Describe the main causes and outcomes of job satisfaction related to each motivational theory; and
List major points in each of your slides using “bullet points,” keeping text to a minimum. Include detailed explanations in the speaker notes section of each slide.
Include videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs as appropriate.
Refer to the attached PowerPoint Grading Rubric to ensure you meet slide presentation requirements:
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
Assignment Two:
Write a 1,050-word paper on decision making. In your paper, include the following:
1.Explain the rational decision-making model
2.Discuss dealing with biases and errors in decision making
3.Analyze how individual differences and organizational constraints affect decision making
4.Identify ethical considerations in decision making.
Provide examples to support your points in the paper.
Use these 4 assignment topics as Level 1 section headings in your paper so each topic is identified. Be sure and write an introduction and conclusion and Reference page.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.

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Directions: Please write a five-to-seven page paper on the following topic. The

Directions: Please write a five-to-seven page paper on the following topic. The term paper should be typed,
double-spaced between section headers, and the actual paragraphs single-spaced. It should be five to
seven-pages. Anything from class discussions will be treated as common knowledge but still should be cited
using the MLA or APA method. The paper does not need to involve special library or internet searches beyond
your annotated bibliography assignment, but all prior research should be referenced in your bibliography.
Please refer to the section in the syllabus for specific details on the term paper layout. This assignment is worth
95 points.

Expand on your annotated bibliography. Be sure and address the following items in your paper:

1. What is the issue?
2. How does it relate to the class?
3. Who are the interest groups related to the issue?
4. What does your research tell you about the issue?
5. What is your opinion on the issue and has it changed?
________________________________________________________________________
KEY POINTS:
1) Follow the directions! (remember the voting assignment?)
2) Review the grade rubric for specific points awarded.
3) Turn the questions into section heading, e.g. What is the issue? to Issue
4) Use the information from your annotated bibliography, but do not resubmit your annotated bibliography
with your term paper.

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Political Science

Two Part Assignment: Prepare a 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation desc

Two Part Assignment:
Prepare a 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation describing at least four of the motivational theories discussed in the textbook.
Clearly Identify each Motivational Theory a Level-1 heading on a slide, and include the following for each theory:
Explain how job redesigns, alternative work arrangements, and other motivational initiatives would be manifested by application of each theory; and
Describe the main causes and outcomes of job satisfaction related to each motivational theory; and
List major points in each of your slides using “bullet points,” keeping text to a minimum. Include detailed explanations in the speaker notes section of each slide.
Include videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs as appropriate.
Refer to the attached PowerPoint Grading Rubric to ensure you meet slide presentation requirements:
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
Assignment Two:
Write a 1,050-word paper on decision making. In your paper, include the following:
1.Explain the rational decision-making model
2.Discuss dealing with biases and errors in decision making
3.Analyze how individual differences and organizational constraints affect decision making
4.Identify ethical considerations in decision making.
Provide examples to support your points in the paper.
Use these 4 assignment topics as Level 1 section headings in your paper so each topic is identified. Be sure and write an introduction and conclusion and Reference page.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.

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Please write a 4-5 page rough publish of your final paper. In this rough publish exp

Please write a 4-5 page rough publish of your final paper. In this rough publish expand on the writing you’ve already done for your final paper, but you must also begin including some sources from the course. In other words, to more fully explain the situation of the group you have chosen to write about, attempt to make comparisons to reading we have discussed in class.
Please include at least 2 of the following readings in this extended rough publish:
“America Wasn’t a Democracy Until Black Americans Made it One”
How Democratic Is the American Constitution?
How Democracies Die
Democracy in Black
White Rage
You will be expected to include references to a total of 5 texts from the second half of the course fo your final publish, but for now, please just be sure to include at least 2.
!!! This Assignment is a continue assignment from previous memo 2. I have attached my previous memo below.