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Outline the results of your research and the plan for your paper

Note: Before beginning this assignment, read through  information contained in the Scholastic Dishonesty link in the course  menu to the left.

The core assignment of this course is a documented research paper  (1500-2000 words in length = approx. 6 – 8 pages double spaced, 12-point  font).

The paper should support a thesis statement with information gained from research or investigation. The paper will not be just a report presenting information, but  will be a paper that carefully examines and presents your own historical  interpretation of the topic you have chosen and your interpretation of  the information you have gathered. The paper may include consideration of problems and solutions,  define key terms, or refute arguments against your thesis statement.

It will be important to choose a topic of interest to….

analyze the chosen crisis/event from the perspective of US foreign policy. 

Issue Analysis Paper Assignment Instructions

As you look ahead to the final briefing paper, you will engage in a number of practical exercises this term to aid in your preparation of the paper. This week you will engage in the analysis of a past international crisis that has been resolved and we have the benefit of hindsight and information. As you conduct your analysis of the issue you select, please consider major groups involved in the crisis, present laws and/or policies that emanated from this event, the benefits or challenges of involvement by international organizations, and how a biblical worldview can be applied to understanding the outcome of the issue. The analytical process used for this assignment should be good preparation for your final briefing paper.

Instructions

For….

How and why did Socrates (470-390 B.C.), Plato (427-347 B.C.), and Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) affect Western history? 

How and why did Socrates (470-390 B.C.), Plato (427-347 B.C.), and Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) affect Western history?

1. Essay 3 normal pages with enough full and proper APA citations (MULTIPLES) do not do just a list of sources at the end and never do just URLs for citations or sources, use APA guidelines.

2. sources from any legitimate mainstream book, journal article, periodical, or newspaper (in that order of importance; email me if you are unsure of a source’s legitimacy).  No dictionaries or encyclopedias, especially Wikipedia, are allowed.

3. Use standard formatting (double-spaced, 12-point Times or Times New Roman, normal margins, page numbering, etc.).  Do not do a Title Page or sub-headings.  Do a Works Cites section (which will not count for length – 2 minimum)

Explain why this issue is important to the global community

Week 6 Assignment: Current Event – Free and Fair Trade or Budgetary Issue

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Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submitting a file upload

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

Textbook: Chapter 10 Lesson Citation and Writing Assistance: Writing Papers At CU (Links to an external site.) Library Overview (Links to an external site.) How to Search for Articles – the Everything Tab (Links to an external site.) Article (no more than one-month old) from reputable news source such as The New York Times or The Washington Post

Instructions For this assignment, respond to one of the following options:

Option 1: Find a recent article (less than one month old) from a reputable news source concerning a Free and Fair Trade issue between at least two countries.

Summarize the article. What is the issue?….

Explain why this issue is important to the global community.

Instructions For this assignment, respond to one of the following options:

Option 1: Find a recent article (less than one month old) from a reputable news source concerning a Free and Fair Trade issue between at least two countries.

Summarize the article. What is the issue? Explain why this issue is important to the global community. Evaluate the source. What is your opinion?

Option 2: Find a recent article (less than one month old) from a reputable news source concerning a proposed budgetary change.

Summarize the article. What is the issue? Explain who is affected most from the change? Evaluate the source. What is your opinion?

Writing Requirements (APA format). Refer to the APA manual.

Length: 3 full pages (not including the title or references page) 1-inch margins Double-Spaced 12-point….

Write a Critical Evaluation of the Establishment Clause

General Information: This assignment requires students to evaluate a question that does not have a definitive answer. Specifically, students will write an argument as to how the Supreme Court would rule on the inclusion of the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance if the issue were to be brought before it again.

This is an area that people have strong opinions. Having said this, your personal opinion is NOT important for this assignment. Instead, it is your understanding of the Court’s approach to this area of constitutional interpretation to determine whether they would rule “under God” fails or passes the Lemon Test. Students should carefully study Patterson’s discussion of the Establishment Clause and the following court cases using Oyez prior to beginning the assignment:

Engle v. Vitale, 370 U.S…..

Explain the difference between influence and negotiation among the parties.

Find a situation (a real-world situation or a fictional situation) with two or more parties of jurisdiction or interest over a specific project or policy (public/private partnership, intergovernmental). At least one of the parties needs to be a governing board or elected officials.

In 750-1,000 words, do the following:

Explain the participants in the situation. (power involved, interest, requirement) Explain the difference between influence and negotiation among the parties. Recommend strategies to build the relationship between the parties in preparation for negotiation (at least one of the parties needs to be elected officials or a governing board) Recommend different techniques of negotiation the parties can utilize to get their interest or requirements met. Discuss how each party determines the value of what they are negotiating for and what….

Identify the important facts in the case study 

Case Study 

You will be required to write a critique of two case studies in our course. The first case study is on the  Oakdale Reform.  This case study critique will be between 4–6 pages in length, should discuss the major facts of the case, and should tell whether or not you believe the right decision(s) was/were made and why. The format of each case study critique should be as follows:

Identify the important facts in the case study What decision(s) were made in the case study Do you believe the decisions were appropriate Discuss any alternative solution(s) to the problem and support those solutions with additional research (with similar cases) Conclusion Bibliography Make sure each section is labeled appropriately (Facts, Decision, Solution, Conclusion) Citation style: APA All papers should….

Explain why these members are critical to your goal.

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

Textbook: Chapter 11 Citation and Writing Assistance: Writing Papers At CU (Links to an external site.) Library Overview (Links to an external site.) How to Search for Articles – the Everything Tab (Links to an external site.) Minimum of 4 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)

Instructions You are a lobbyist for an issue that you find important. For example, you would like to see the banning of smoking in federal buildings (Note: This policy has already been enacted.) You are going to make an informational pamphlet to highlight your points to prominent members of Congress. Research members of Congress that you will target in your lobbying. Explain why these members are critical to your goal. Make a plan of action….

Develop an essay (one for each of the three philosophers) discussing the contributions of Du Bois, King, and Malcolm X in the struggle for equality, political equality, industrial equality, and social equality in the American political system.

Develop an essay (one for each of the three philosophers) discussing the contributions of Du Bois, King, and Malcolm X in the struggle for equality, political equality, industrial equality, and social equality in the American political system.  In your discussion of Du Bois’ contributions to the struggle for equality in the United States discuss the conflict between Du Bois and Booker T. Washington over the demands that they advocated for full equality –political equality, industrial equality, and social equality.  For your essays, please use the texts for this class or any other sources that you think are appropriate. Document all sources including the authors of the texts.