Political analysts have identified a significant change in the American public’s level of trust in government over the last 50 years. Describe the direction of this change and discuss some of the recent events that have led Americans to reevaluate their feelings toward government. Is there any reason to be worried about how much trust citizens have in their government? What does it mean to be a citizen and how has our ideal of citizenship been influenced by the ancient Greeks? How important is political knowledge to citizenship?
Capital punishment in Texas: How has the capital punishment affected the crime rate in Texas?” The paper should be of 4 pages + 1 citation page. One important thing is, we need to use 4 scholarly sources for this research paper which are; 3 from the peer reviewed sources mainly from the Richland college database. the link is given below. http://libguides.dcccd.edu/az.php you an go to this link and search for the relevant scholarly sources for the paper. 1 source from web/newspaper/media source Remember, the file attached below will provide you all the guidelines for writing this research paper. The paper […]
Please see the below question that I would like to have answered. 1200+ word count/ 3 scholarly sources one sources per paper. 1. Should Congress take more steps to provide for both expansion of and limitations on presidential power in an emergency? 2.Why is it important for the government – state, local, or federal – to ensure that due process protections are afforded to its citizens? Pretend you are one of the original proponents of the Fourteenth Amendment. What arguments would you make to convince your fellow legislators to encourage them to pass the Fourteenth Amendment’s due process clause? 3.Even […]
Although the end of the Cold War meant the end to the USSR’s hold on Eastern and Central Europe, conflicts in other regions around the world did not end.In fact, it may be argued, simmering issues in Central America and the Persian Gulf exacerbated between 1989-91.With your readings on the First Gulf War and the intervention in Central America, what are the three most important lessons that we’ve learned for peacekeeping operations from these early post-Cold War interventions?What has worked, what has not?Why? Try organizing your initial post using a thesis statement – which is the answer to the question […]
Contemporary political theorists continue to argue over the political implications of Foucault’s work. Foucault’s work has been used to justify a range of political-ideological positions from far left anarchism to the far right “post-truth” (proto-)fascism of President Trump. Based on the relevant lecture(s) and assigned reading, explain what you think the political implications of Foucault’s work are. You may also make a case for connecting him to one of the other political traditions we’ve discussed.
For the Kennedy to Clinton Paper you need to examine how the media’s coverage of politicians as it relates to affairs outside of marriage. There are many areas this topic covers. Loyalty Right to know – vs. – need to know Reporting the news vs. Investigative Reporting Honesty Motivation for actions You will look at when, where, and how the shift took place regarding politicians and extra-marital affairs, and how the media reported them, and the methodology behind it. You will need to use a total of seven (7) politicians, the three you must include are: John F. Kennedy, Gary […]
The assignment must be 1-1.5 pages Cite the references provided at least twice in text And include: 1. An explanation of how political controversy impacts political candidates (Use specific details from the media to support your response) 2. How political controversy impacts agencies (Use specific details from the media to support your response) 3. How political controversy impacts interest groups.(Use specific details from the media to support your response) Resources to be used in text Barrett, A. W., & Barrington, L. W. (2005). Bias in newspaper photograph selection. Political Research Quarterly, 58(4), 609–618. Barrett, A. W., & Barrington, L. W. […]
Assignment Question Pick one international organization (UN, EU, ICC, etc.). Explain its mission and function. Assess how issues of state sovereignty are dealt with for member countries. Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response from assigned readings or online lessons, and at least one outside scholarly source. Required Resources Textbook: Understanding politics: Ideas, Institutions and issues, 12th Edition Thomas M. Magstadt Chapter 15, 16, 17 Additional scholarly sources you identify through your own research Length: One page
6-7 pages including the bibliography Chicago Manual in documenting the sources, paper double space most important is (Introduction, Theoretical Framework, Literature review, analysis, recommendation, and conclusion) must be following this must be a sub-headings. Q- Climate changes has significant implications for people. One major implication is migration of people. Many people have migrated from flooded how-lying coastal areas and desertification of fertile land. Climate change has also contributed to water born disease, temperature rise, reduced water availability, and the rise in malaria infection. Climate change, therefore, is affecting people in all parts of the world. it could lead to economic […]
Write up your thoughts about these questions – feel free to do some reading about this, but this could also just be a reflection of what we have learned the past two weeks. What seems similar between China and Russia and their political systems/non-democracies? What is DIFFERENT between China and Russia and their political systems/non-democracies? More importantly, when it comes to the United States perspective or the perspective of someone who wants democracy to succeed/spread in the world, which country worries you the most? China or Russia?