Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 11, 12, 13 Lesson Minimum of 1 scholarly source Initial Post Instructions Using the Supreme Court’s website, research one case that deals with a contentious issue of your choice. (These issues can be racial discrimination, right to bear arms, same-sex marriage, hate speech, suicide, etc.) After finding a case, describe the Constitutional issue at the heart of the case. Summarize the points, the opinion, and at least one dissent used to come up with their conclusions. Did you agree with the majority opinion or the dissent? US Supreme Course Case Search […]
Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 11, 12, 13 Lesson Additional scholarly sources you identify through your own research Initial Post Instructions Analyze why older, white adults vote in elections more than other groups while describing how each political party cultivates voters and the role an interest group plays in turning people out to the polls. You can explore political voting data at the United States Census Bureau’s website here: https://www.census.gov/topics/public-sector/voting.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response from assigned readings or online lessons, and at least […]
write an essay …………………………….”.. 1. For questions 1 and 2 , there are many websites which contain lots of information about the Middle Eastern society, the Arab culture and Islam. 2. Your answers must be in essay format and in your own language , not the language of the articles you get your information from. 3. Question #3 is open-ended. You can answer it in your own way but answer each part of the question.
“The political parties and/or interest groups can impact this difference in voter turnout by helping voters make an informed choice instead of trying to manipulate voters.” Do you think that political parties or interest groups could also take part in manipulating or misleading voters in order to achieve favorable election results? Requirement: 1 scholarly source or text book One page
1) Find at least one item in the news media (text or video) since January 1, 2019 that discusses Islam. 2) Cite the news item (preferably a hyperlink so that your colleagues and I could easily find it to read or view as well.) 4) In two paragraphs, summarize the implicit or explicit claims of the news item regarding Islam. 5) In two or three paragraphs, write your thoughts about those claims, in light of what you have already read about religion in general, and Islam in particular.
Question Description In this milestone, you will submit Mapping the Issue (Section II of your final project). This milestone is a concept map that will help you visualize the social issue and how it relates to the following sociological concepts: cultural beliefs and biases, social roles, social inequalities, and existing social conditions. A concept map is a visual diagram that helps you make mental connections between concepts and show the nature of those relationships graphically. In a concept map, lines represent that there is a relationship between different categories. This concept map is a critical piece of your final project, […]
What is the impact of the Yemen war on the US-Saudi relationship? you must well explain it and talk about the democrats and the republicans points of view about that topic. you shouldn’t be with or against Saudi or US just explain the impact of the Yemen war on relationships of these country together
The answers should be in essay format. Answer and identify each part of the question. Attachment previewInstructions: -Your answers should be in essay format. -Answers and identify each part of the question. For example, if you are answering Q2A, mention it clearly on your answer so that I know which question and what part of it you are answering. Why is Aristoteles considered the father of political science and why he called politics the master science?
Prompt: In this unit we learn about the history of our democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizens. On November 6th, 2018 we had a midterm election that choose U.S. senators and representatives as well as a number of state and local officials from governors on down to local justices of the peace. Midterm elections have historically low voter turnout (only about 40% of those eligible actually vote – and even less in Texas!). Consider what you’ve read in the chapters and comment on the following: 1. What is necessary for a democracy to thrive? Can it still exist […]
see the teacher notes please and fix them and then add more paragraphs: (In red font ) and please add to the paper the bad form of leadership instead of the ordinary leader i did add a pragrph about (In my opinion) you will finid it in green font you just need to add few paragraphs to (How to Make a Good Leader?) and also add two long paragraph about the bad leader (international leader not only american) and then compare maybe