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 The Summons by John Grisham

Each student will be responsible for preparing a critical analysis of the supplementary reading in which the student identifies the “legal issues” in the reading and discusses how those legal issues are related to the three social science requirements above. Analysis of the reading should follow the standards of legal analysis. For example, if there is a legal issue in your reading that involves the tort of negligence, then you should analyze the tort issue using legal analysis format. In addition, students writing should conform to the instructions for a college level paper: 1) An introductory paragraph with a thesis statement as the concluding sentence. 2) The thesis statement which should be the premise of your paper (meaning what is the point of your analysis. In the case of this paper, your thesis will be to prove how the reading examines the ways in which law influences human behavior; the ways in which law, legal institutions and legal processes influence a person’s beliefs, assumptions, and values; and analyze how the legal system is based on a reciprocal interaction among the individual, community and society are ) 1-39 | P L S 1 1 0 W i l l i a m W o o d s U n i v e r s i t y 3) Body paragraphs that begin with a topic sentence and that support the thesis with argument based on facts (from the source that is being critically analyzed or reflected upon) and evidence (this should be from your supplemental reading and your text primarily, although you may use outside sources as long as you include a works cited page.) 4) A concluding paragraph that includes a summary of how the thesis has been proved.

Mar 18th, 2021

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Is the Advertising Really Necessary?

In search engines, “Are the sponsored links supposed to be better links than the organic links, or worse? Is the advertising really necessary?” What is your opinion? Use sources to support your views. To gain all the points in a discussion response: Posts well developed assignment that fully addresses and develops all aspects of the task. Demonstrates analysis of others’ posts; extends meaningful discussion by building on previous posts. Posts factually correct, reflective and substantive contribution; advances discussion. Uses references to literature, readings, or personal experience to support comments. Contributes to discussion with clear, concise comments formatted in an easy to ready style that is free of grammatical or spelling errors.

Mar 18th, 2021

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The Effect of Sentencing Laws on Corrections

The Effect of Sentencing Laws on Corrections You are an intern at the Department of Justice (DOJ) and have been assigned to the Office of Justice Programs. Your supervisor has asked you to prepare a discussion brief on the effects of sentencing laws on corrections in the last ten years. The head of the Office of Justice Programs Department will use the brief during an upcoming conference. Using South University Online Library, research the effects of the 1990s sentencing laws on corrections in the last ten years. In your 3- to 4-page brief: Identify the trends in prison incarceration rates since 1990. Cite reliable data to support your conclusions. Discuss the impact that sentencing laws had on the prison population. In your response, consider mandatory minimum laws and habitual offender laws. Discuss whether “truth-in-sentencing” laws are effective. Suggest improvements or changes that can be made in individual prisons to respond to the challenges being faced by prison administrators. In addition to research articles in South University Online Library, the following Internet site may supplement your search: Cato Institute

Mar 18th, 2021

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Grievance Arbitrations

1.With more organizations providing dispute resolution procedures (e.g. non-union grievance processes), will Unions become obsolete?  Justify your answer. 2.With grievance arbitrations taking so much time and being very expensive because, some argue, due to the use of lawyers, should non-legal company and union representative be the only ones allowed to make presentations at grievance arbitrations? Justify your answer

Mar 18th, 2021

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President Trump’s Declaration of a National Emergency

Beginning with Executive Order (EO) 13873 signed on May 5, 2019, analyze President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency in regards to securing the information and communications technology and services supply chain. Your paper should clearly discuss the EO’s possible impact on the National Security agenda of protecting citizens from foreign national terrorists while evaluating agency implementation, and the role federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support your argument. All requirements of prompt and format must be met to receive full credit. Grades are based on the following: Pros vs cons on the EO; Recommendation to your superior on the implementation; What will be the outcome by the Supreme Court, and why; Grammar and compliance to APA (6th) including citations and reference page Times New Roman, 12 point font.

Mar 18th, 2021

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Legalization of Marijuana in Canada Compared to Other Countries

Legalization of marijuana in Canada compared to other countries

Mar 18th, 2021

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Mental Health Case Management

The Criminal Justice System possesses several agencies that require evidence-based practices to address policy and process changes write a 3-5 page case management proposal about how a criminal justice agency (law enforcement, the court system, or corrections) should address the following: What services currently exist to address the mentally ill population? Are they enough to meet the needs of the populations? Why or why not? What services should be delivered? Consider these at the micro, macro, and mezzo levels. How would you incorporate the services into your case management process?

Mar 17th, 2021

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The Issues Immigrants in the United States Face Today

What are the four ways to be a U.S. Citizen? Who are the two categories of immigrants? Discuss some of the issues immigrants in the United States face today. Suggest your recommendations.

Mar 17th, 2021

legal issue

Humanities

This project is about women’s rights or lack of. The piece of work I have selected which is Frances Benjamin Johnston’s self portrait seated in front of a fireplace. This is the source I have already used – loc.gov/item/98502934 That is my primary source so you would provide the thesis about that. And then add two outside/secondary sources. The Analysis Project is a focused research essay that performs a “close reading” of one of the complete works of literature or any visual artwork (painting or photograph) included the course modules. Students also may not substitute outside materials. (For example, just because an artist was discussed for one painting does not mean you may go on the internet and find a different painting by that artist – you must write about the exact artwork presented in the course. Likewise, several poets and writers are presented yet you may only analyze the specific poem or story presented in the course modules.). Your essay should offer an analytical interpretation of the work of art or work of literature by having a thesis about what the piece seeks to express and how the artist or author accomplishes this expression formally in its historical context. The paper should address the form, content, and context of the work, although not necessarily equally. . Two outside/secondary sources are required. (JSTOR, a database accessible through the FSCJ Library & Learning Commons is the best online research tool to find books and articles for Humanities.) You may have more than two secondary sources, although in a paper of this length, more than four will limit the possibility for you to clearly develop your own voice and present your thesis about the work. A note on sources: The provided course material does not count as an outside source. Sources are journal articles, books, and quality multi-media, such as videos and museum blogs. Sources may be primary (such as a letter or publication by the artist him/herself) or secondary (such as scholarly criticism or historical research). Only one of your sources may be a web-based source, although certainly you may access print sources such as books and journal articles digitally. **Any and all sources must be documented correctly using MLA citation.** Plagiarism and academic dishonesty are not acceptable; consequences as detailed in the college’s student code of conduct fully apply, including failure of the assignment and referral for disciplinary action. The paper should be 3-4 pages, at least 750 words and no more than 1250 words, and be typed, double-spaced in MLA format.

Mar 16th, 2021

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 Gender Roles

Debates about abortion, same-sex marriage, legalization of recreational marijuana, transgender rights, health care, and other human rights issues have had profound impacts on our culture and society. Some might say the United States is a country more divided than united. In a 3-4-page essay write about how best to have these difficult conversations in a way that community-building is paramount. How we interact with one another—especially in the workplace—impacts organizational morale. You will need to consider how to handle difficult conversations in the workplace. Choose a topic that is timely, relevant, and controversial (feel free to choose a topic listed above, or come up with one on your own). Carefully present your opinion of the issue in a way that is intellectually engaged (in other words, cite scholarly research backing up your position). Then consider the other side of the coin about the issue and offer a way for both sides to have a respectful discussion. This is an assignment for debate (not argument) and it will be your goal to present your opinion in a way that drives healthy and respectful reflection about how to handle these difficulties in the workplace. A tip about going forward: Strive to learn and understand how someone who disagrees with you thinks about the issue. Remember to also consider how the distribution of political power affect the opinions of people who are under-represented regarding race/ethnicity, class and gender. Instructions: Your paper must be properly cited and formatted according to the CSU Global Writing Center  (Links to an external site.) . Include a formal Reference page. This is an individual paper, however, you should reflect on our Discussion Forums and incorporate ideas from there as appropriate. You must support your analysis with at least three scholarly references and can include resources from this course. Sources such as Wikipedia, USA Today, Fox News, or MSNBC news will not be accepted.  Option #2: Gender Roles Essay Select two popular magazine websites: (one targeted at men, one targeted at women) and review the portrayal of gender roles and sexuality in the advertisements. In a 3-4-page paper, discuss your observations about the types of images you see in these magazines. Are there differences in the portrayals of gender in the magazine targeted at men and the other targeted at women? What about for sexuality? Are these magazines targeted at straight men? Straight women? How does that inform our understanding of gender being socially constructed? Is the assumption that a mainstream women’s magazine also be targeted towards straight women? Consider how women’s and men’s magazines cover sex as a topic. Be explicit in your analysis and descriptions of the ads. If you are not aware of any mainstream men’s and women’s magazines, you should do an Internet search for “popular men’s magazines” and “popular women’s magazines.” It is important that you do not search for “gay men’s” or “lesbian” or “trans” magazines because we are looking at what is considered mainstream.

Mar 12th, 2021

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