The final project must be a minimum of 14 pages (including works cited). Please label each section with a separate subheading. You should reference a minimum of two course readings and 10 outside sources. Remember you need to include in-text citations throughout the paper and you must have a works-cited page with a consisten format (APA, MLA, etc. its your choice). Your final project is due Monday, December 7 at 11:59 pm. Section I. Introduction (20 points)Define the term gendered violence and what it encompasses(you will use information from PBI #1 in this section). This section should be at least 1.5 pages. Section II. Gendered violence globally (15 points)(you will use information from PBI #2 in this section). This section should be at least one page Section III. Gendered violence nationally (15 points)(you will use information from PBI #2 in this section). This section should be at least one page Section IV. Gendered violence locally (Indiana, the Wabash Valley, Terre Haute and at Indiana State University) (15 points) (you will use information from PBI #2 in this section). This section should be at least one page Section V. Explanations of Gendered Violence (economic, feminist, psychological, sociological, etc.) (40 points) (you will use information from PBI #3 in this section). This section should be at least 2 pages. Section VI. The Eradication of Gendered Violence (economic, ethical, feminist, legal, political, social, leadership, engagement, activism, democracy, social responsibility, etc.) (40 points) (you will use information from PBI #3 in this section). This section should be at least 2 pages. Section VII. Take Back the Night (History, Description of Take Back the Night rallies and marches in the 1970s/1980s, Critiques of Take Back the Night, Take Back the Night on other campuses, Take Back the Night at Indiana State University) (40 points) (you will use information from PBI #4 in this section). This section should be at least one page. Section VIII. Putting on Take Back the Night–Description of what needs to be done to put on a Take Back the Night rally and march (theme, logo, publicity, media relations, room reservations, parade permits, selection of music, creation of accompanying video, selection of literature or poetry to be read, selection of an inspirational speaker, donation drives etc.) (35 points) (you will use information from PBI #4 in this section). This section should be at least one page. Section IX. Take Back the Night 2020 (40 points)Describe the event. How did it go? What went well? What could have been improved upon? What were the challenges we faced because of the pandemic? Please include an evaluation of your contributions to organizing the event. This section should be at least two pages. Section X. Analysis and Application (40 points)Explain how the skills you developed/honed and the knowledge you gained from organizing Take Back the Night will assist you in the future both professionally and as a citizen. This section should be at least 1.5 pages.
November 9: Part III, Nation State Relations (cont.) and The Commerce Power . What is commerce? What are the constitutional foundations of the commerce power? How has the definition of commerce changed in decisions of the Supreme Court since the Constitution was enacted? How does the stream of commerce doctrine permit the federal government to regulate commerce from the point of its origin to its final destination? How did the Supreme Courts regulation of New Deal programs lead to President Franklin Roosevelts plan to pack the court by expanding the number of judges sitting on the Supreme Court? Who determines the number of justices on the Supreme Court? George W. Bush and
Political participation and voting are important features of our democracy. Prepare a 750- 1,050-word essay discussing the political system of the United States. Address the following questions: Examine voting trends over time in the United States. Which groups vote? Which groups don’t vote? What could be done to improve voter turnout? Be sure to discuss multiple groups by age, ethnicity, gender, religion, income, and education. Summarize the functions of campaigns in the United States and what the process is to electing governmental officials in the United States both at the state and federal levels. Explain how campaigns influence the public and how are they used to mobilize people. Use key terms and concepts from this weeks readings to discuss the key components of campaigning and how they influence voters during elections. What kinds of reforms could be made to make elections more free and fair? Include a Reference page with at least two sources in addition to your textbook.
I WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE ARTICLE DO NOT GO OVER 1 PAGE EVEN IF ITS JUST A LITTLE THE ARTICLE GIVEN IS THE ONLY SOURCE THAT SHOULD BE USED PLEASE FOLLOW ISTRUCTIONS TO A T The reading reviews are brief critical reviews of the assigned readings. They should include a succinct summary of the main argument(s) made by the author(s). They should also include your critical analysis of the readings. In your critical analysis, questions you may wish to consider include, but are not limited to, the following: What is the main theoretical contribution of this article? How does it fit into the overall themes of the course and/or the specific theme of the week? How well does the article integrate theory and empirical data? What do you consider to be the main strengths and weaknesses of the article?
Contrast communitarianism with a more individualistic theory such as John Rawls. How would a communitarian respond to such an individualistic theory? This paper is supposed to be an interpretation of some aspect of the works, in other words, an argument concerning some aspect of the work based on analysis of relevant textual evidence. This paper is not supposed to be a summary of the work, a statement of your opinion about the work, or a discussion of its historical significance or relevance. Frame this paper as an investigation of why and how the author makes the argument he or she does rather than simply saying what is said. Turn the topic into an argument. Must include a clear statement of your argument, provide relevant evidence, reasoning, and clear writing, demonstrate an understanding of the work. Cite the works by page numbers in parenthesis after the relevant reference or quotation. If it is clear what work you are quoting from, simply put the page number in parentheses. If you need to clarify which work you are using, simply add the author. You do not need to cite the specific edition of these works or include a bibliography unless using other sources. I have attached the powerpoints and readings with all the info.
Discuss the nature of China’s Belt & Road initiative, where it is happening, what the Chinese are trying to accomplish, and what its implications are US interest in South East Asia (Indochina countries)436806a few seconds agoI have issue uploading a documents. Hope it solve soon.
Discuss the problematic relationship that Italian American women writers/poets/filmmakers/performers reveal with their cultural tradition. How does this cultural tradition define women within the bounds of the domestic space and how do the women artists and writers depict and react to the domestic space and to the traditional role of woman? Discuss how the Italian American women must negotiate between the public and private spheres, between the family and the individual, between self-denial and self-affirmation. In the paper, you may also wish to consider how the cult of the Virgin (the figure of the “Madonna”), which shapes definitions of femininity in Italian American culture, has had tremendous repercussions on external perception and self-representations of women. How do the Italian American women writers/filmmakers/pop artists that we have treated in the latter part of the course respond and react to this iconic image Helen Barolini: “How I Learned to Speak Italian” (see also interview in video “Women’s History Month” Louise De Salvo: from “A Portrait of the Puttana as a Middle-Aged Woolf Scholar” and from “Vertigo” Daniela Gioseffi: “Bicentennial Anti-Poem for the Italian-American Women” (see also interview in video “Women’s History Month”) Sandra Gilbert: “Mafioso” Madonna: “Like a Virgin” and “Like a Prayer” Lady Gaga: “Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I can Say)” Nancy Savoca: True Love
1. Hazard Mitigation Response Paper for W7 InstructionsBased on the instructions given to you in Week 1, at the end of Week 3, you will develop an outline and submit it to your instructor for approval, and comments. Use the outline below as a guide and submit your work in the drop box below.Hazard Mitigation Plan Outline1. Introduction· The communitys disaster history.· What is mitigation and why is a mitigation plan necessary?· How was the plan prepared?· How did you obtain your information?· The goals and objectives of the mitigation plan?2. Community and Hazard Exposure Profile (part 2 of the template)· Community population· Miles of roads· Airports· Manufacturing plants· Military bases· Hospitals· Dams· Schools· Etc.3. List of possible community hazards (part 1 of the template). For each hazard discuss:· Hazard description· Impact on property· Impact on safety and health· Any other community considerations4. Hazard Vulnerability analysis and frequency chart (part 3 of the template)· Explanation of a hazard vulnerability analysis· Your chart or list matrix5. Your communitys capability assessment (part 4 of the worksheet)· Community response capabilities· Description of local law enforcement response capabilities (size, capability, etc.)· Description of local fire agencies and response capabilities· EMS capabilities, ambulance services, hospitals, etc.· Physical resources· Technical resources (example: early warning systems)· Information resources (radio, TV, etc.)· Financial resources (emergency funds in the community, grants, state funds, etc.)6. Recommended Mitigation Measures (part 5 of the template). For each measure include information such as:· Description· Objectives supported· Who is responsible· When must it be done· Who can help· Budget7. Conclusion· Their overall assessment of response capabilities· Their recommendations for implementing priority mitigation projects for the community· Their overall assessment of the communitys vulnerability and response capabilities8. Any additional charts, graphs, illustrations, etc.· They may include charts, graphs, and illustrations in the mitigation plan itself to assist with clarification and explanation. They must remember to include source citations if they copied items and/or for the information provided in the item if they created the chart or graph.9. Cover page and reference page· The cover page and reference page must be included. Remember these pages are not to be counted as part of the seven (7) page minimum.
create a question have the literature review be based off the question How to treat your sources in order to squeeze the relevant info and write your LR? (Adapted from your Workbook, Mycoff, Jason D. 2019. Working with Political Science Research Methods Problems and Exercises, 5th ed. Washington, D.C.: Sage/CQ Press Collect scholarly articles that address the research question’s content Start organizing your articles for your literature review by taking notes on each resource, for instance, in a table. Your table will include notes on each of your sources. Notice that each cell includes important information about one article. Each cell will include (among others): the parenthetical citation in bold to identify the article, notes about the articles title the research question the time period studied the unit of analysis and sample size of the study, the jurisdiction (state, county, state, country, world region, world. other?) of interest whether the study took a quantitative or qualitative approach (how scholars have made empirical observations) the research design the articles conclusion. 4. Answer the questions by comparing and contrasting the notes on the sources against each other: Based on your notes above, what are the questions that are asked and answered in the literature, and what questions seem to have been ignored so far? Which periods have scholars studied? Why? How relevant is it? What’s missing? Which jurisdictions have been on the radar of scholars? Why? How relevant is it? What’s missing? Which research designs were used by the research teams to study the topic at hand? Here an example from the Workbook as we will discuss the methodology in class next week: “Scholars have used different research designs to observe and analyze national and subnational variation in the causes of political violence. While many have used cross-sectional analyses (Eck 2014; Fox 2004; Muller 1985; Fearon and Laitin 2003), cross-sectional time series analyses (Pearce 2005), or fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (Ida 2015) to understand national variation in the causes of political violence, other scholars have used case studies (Homer-Dixon 1994; Welsh 2016) to analyze subnational variation.” Points of agreement: What are the conclusions shared by more than one scholar? Points of disagreement: What are the conclusions that run counter to another conclusion? 5. After you have answered the questions , consider how you could combine the sentences you wrote into a literature review. Finally, you’ll add (see the doc A Guide to Writing Literature Reviews in Political Science and Public Administration Department of Political Science UNC Charlotte, 2006): what parts of all the info found are most valuable and important how future research could be conducted to have the most substantial influence on the field.
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