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June 4, 2019

Fascism In Italy & Political Economy

Add content to an article related to Italian Politics: Add at least 2 paragraphs-worth of text to a course-related article, cite statements to a reliable source Be sure to add your article to the category of “Politics of Italy” when editing and add internal links You should have at least six sources in your addition. If appropriate, these additions could be in different parts of the article. When you make a, clearly state the fact in your own words, and then cite the source where you found the information. Wikipedia “bots” will find and flag you if information is plagiarized […]
June 4, 2019

The Civil Society; Bowling Alone Concept

Lots of options for you to think about, discuss, and share your opinion about surrounding civil society.Things we talked about in class: -is civil society really trending in the wrong direction – are we really (still) ‘Bowling Alone’? -talk to your parents, and others you know, are people still in groups/organizations? why or why not? -is technology ruining civil society? -are online groups the same as in-person groups? what counts? -is civil society only for old people? -is civil society just an American thing? what about other countries/regions? -does the trend in civil society have anything to do with the […]
June 4, 2019

Political activity plan

Please come a person who have the real experience about engage and mobilize the voters you registered and also as many other registered voters as you can influence in your social networks. Based on what you have actually DONE, explain in 300-350 words what worked in your plan to engage and mobilize the 10 voters you registered and also as many other registered voters as you can influence in your social networks. Make sure you provide an explanation of what you have actually done– and provide evidence of this activity (photos, emails, screenshots, contact information, etc.) please post the evidences […]
June 4, 2019

Education and Race

Based on the attached reading, students are to carefully read the work in question, and to critically assess it through a presentation of the author’s main idea(s), strengths and weaknesses of the argument, historical and literary contexts, contemporary applications, and other salient themes. Outside research welcome to help sustain key points, but analysis and reflection is the top priority
June 4, 2019

Russian Natural Resource Policy analysis

Based on the attached reading, students are to carefully read the work in question, and to critically assess it through a presentation of the author’s main idea(s), strengths and weaknesses of the argument, historical and literary contexts, contemporary applications, and other salient themes. Outside research welcome to help sustain key points, but analysis and reflection is the top priority.
June 4, 2019

The South African Government A Social And Political History

nstructions Many countries have gone through various ways of governing-by one, by a group, or by the people. Pick one developing country. Examine this country’s political history and current barriers in developing their democracy. Create a concise argument on the type of democracy they should institute and why. Use the following list to select your developing country: https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1876/310mab.pdf (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Writing Requirements (APA format ) length 1.5-2 pages not including the tittle page and reference page 1-inch margin double space 12-point times new roman font reference page ( minimum of two scholarly sources) […]
June 4, 2019

Current Events Journal Presidentialism & Parliamentarism

Topic 7 (Presidentialism & Parliamentarism): Unless some country is going through a constitutional change, it’s unlikely you’ll find something direct about presidentialism or parliamentarism. Therefore, you should find some news story about the relationship somewhere between an executive (i.e., a president or a prime minister) and his or her legislature..The news link is https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-47656236 What Needs to Go In an Entry? Each entry needs to have four things: 1) A link to the story you are using, if it is available on the web. If you find a story in a print publication, you should be able to find and […]
June 4, 2019

Case Of Sudan & International Criminal Court Policy Perspective Study

Policy Perspectives “International Criminal Court Chief Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda” Please write 500-600 words reflective reports on the questions of this Policy Perspective, after reading the scenario by using the information and theoretical concepts through your Chapter. (Chapter 7, pg.234) You are expected to include further research information from valid resources online/current events and include the resources as your citation in order to support your report. In addition, you can use bullet form outline and short paragraphs to express your opinion. Please paraphrase properly and use in-text citation through your short reflective report, by using APA or Chicago style format rules. […]
June 4, 2019

Juvenile Delinquency Policy

Many challenges can arise when starting an in-depth research project. These challenges can range from locating enough material on your chosen topic to narrowing down a large number of potential resources. To overcome these challenges, you may need to reevaluate and revise your initial research strategies. In 250 or less words provide the challenges faced when conducting research for Juvenile Delinquency Policies. Explain any changes you might make with regard to your research techniques. Additionally, post a potential question for your colleagues about your research findings to date. Citations and references in APA.
June 4, 2019

Policy Making Ability of the President

Checks and Constraints of the Presidency You have studied how the legislative and judicial branches of government have a wide variety of checks that they can utilize to constrain the power of the president. However, the framers of the U.S. Constitution also invested within the presidency a wide arsenal of tools. These tools allow the executive branch to effectively block the policymaking powers of other branches of government. As the Learning Resources indicate, even the threat of a veto from the White House is often enough to greatly influence discussions, compromises, and working sessions regarding legislation for one simple reason: […]
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