I need help revising my thesis based on my research question of to what extent gun control laws in California affect gun control violence and gun ownership. I also need you to put all my sources and summary into an annotated bibliography and put my revised thesis in there. all of these need to be in Chicago-style format.
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Your topic is the “global effects of democracy on corporate governance,” and your research question is, “how do corporations maintain democracy as a social obligation in light of changing attitudes toward democracy and authoritarianism in modern global societies”?
It’s not quite clear what your thesis will be. However, it appears that your argument will be that corporations have a social responsibility to be responsive to changes in “social and democratic norms” and “new realities due to globalization.” And you seem to believe that new corporate social responsibility guidelines are needed to bolster democracy as it becomes increasingly threatened globally.
This is a very big topic, and you will need to think carefully about how you will approach it. What bodies of research and scholarship will you draw upon? Will you focus on the corporate social responsibility policies of certain companies? Will you take a case study approach?
For your literature review, you’ll want to look at scholars who support CSR but also those who question it. For example, some scholars argue that the principal responsibility of corporations should simply be return on investment to shareholders.
When people write about CSR, they typically have in mind a corporation’s responsibility on matters of social justice or environmental sustainability. What makes your topic somewhat different is that you will be evaluating CSR policies in terms of a corporation’s role in upholding democratic norms.
Locate an article that covered the 2016 presidential election. Look for evidence in the article for priming, framing, and slant. Make sure to include in your assignment:
Name of the article and its author
Is the article made by a public or private entity?
Who is the author trying to reach (audience)?
Are they playing more to one specific ideology and if so, what ideology is it?
Looking at the article as a whole, and based on what you have found in your analysis, do you believe that this article is a credible source? Why?
For this assignment, you are to conduct a graduate level Legislative Critique/Compare and Contrast include the Maritime Transportation Security Act 2002 and the S.A.F.E. Port Act of 2006.
. To do this critique, perform the following steps:
1. Obtain a copy of the piece of legislation to be examined (MTSA and S.A.F.E. Port Act of 2006).
2. Collect and analyze news media reports on the legislation.
3. Collect and analyze any other critiques of the legislation. (i.e. Think tanks, academics, etc.)
4. Collect and analyze available witness testimony with regard to the legislation.
To compose a legislative critique, students should compose an analysis based upon the following points:
• Provide a brief legislative history of the Bills. (No more than 500 words)
• Determine if the Bills focus was introduced in the past under a different name and/or format. If so, evaluate why the legislation was discarded.
• Summarize the main points of each bill in your own words (but supported by citation as appropriate)
• Evaluate and categorize the strengths and weaknesses of the individual legislation, then compared against each other. This is compare and contrast or comparative analysis….. See this reference: https://writingcenter.fas.harvard.edu/pages/how-write-comparative-analysis
• Conclude with a final assessment of both pieces of legislation including SPECIFIC recommendations that could be considered to enhance the security framework that has been established. These recommendations need to be as specific as possible JUSTIFY why you believe this should be considered.
• Your paper must be at a minimum of 4-6 pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
• Scholarly and credible references should be used.
• Provide 5-8 quality references as support.
• Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
• Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.
• Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic-type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.
• All submissions will be graded using the assignment rubric.
Please show all work for this assignment and explain all your work.
The 2000 Libertarian Party96Platform asserts “Government interference in transportation is characterized by monopolistic restriction, corruption and gross inefficiency. We therefore call for the dissolution of all government agencies concerned with transportation … We call for the privatization of …, public roads, and the national highway system …”
Is Government Ownership Characterized By?
• Monopolistic Restriction
• Gross Inefficiency
Would Private Ownership Be Characterized by?
• Gross Inefficiency?
All papers need an introduction explaining what you are doing, then for a problem or calculation based question, explain the steps you are performing to get the answer and then write a short conclusion, explaining what you did, length of paper 3 pages, excluding title and reference pages. Please upload a Word document using APA 7th edition format for this assignment. See the APA 7th edition Formatting and Style Guide here. Where applicable, you must show your derivations, analysis and how you obtained the responses/answers. Use title page, in-text citations, references, appropriate font size, and double spaces per APA where appropriate. The assignment will be graded for content, APA formatting, met deadlines for submission. See the following rubric below.
Respond to this discussion question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Grant
While both Locke and Rousseau used the idea of humans existing in a certain state of nature, their understanding of what that state was dramatically differs. Rosseau articulated that the natural condition of man is “naturally free and equal” (Capaldi, Lloyd 2011). This understanding of man being naturally free but also equal left Rousseau with a problem. If humans are naturally free and equal, why is there so much suffering, inequality, and servitude present amongst the human condition. Rousseau explained this was a modern phenomena brought about by the modernization of the world and the abandonment of Ancient World values. Rousseau’s ideal society was Ancient Sparta because he saw it as, “the refuge of real men and provided long periods of peace, stability, and independence” (Capaldi, Lloyd 2011). This freedom and equality led Rousseau to believe the natural state of man was one of innocence that becomes corrupted by modernity. It is not that man is naturally fallen and prone to sin that explains suffering present in the modern world, rather the suffering of the modern world is the result of outside forces corrupting man and causing him to exploit his fellow man. Locke on the other hand believed that the natural state of man is not one innocence but rather reason. He acknowledged and agreed with Rousseau that “all men are born free” (Capaldi, Lloyd 2011), but Locke’s understanding of freedom. Locke’s version of freedom has drastically different ramifications than Rousseau’s as Locke argues that his “State of liberty” is expressly not a “State of License” (Strauss, 2012). While the natural state of man has liberty, this liberty is not, “not Liberty to destroy himself, or so much as any Creature in his Possession, but where some nobler use, than its bare Preservation calls for it” (Strauss 2012). Locke’s understanding of what we might deem today “ordered liberty” is much more compatible with the Christian faith. It allows man the opportunity to exercise his free will, while also taking into account his fallen status and depraved state. As Romans 3:23 cleary lays out, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). Therefore any political system must take into account man’s brokenness while also allowing the maximum amount of freedom to do good.
Respond to this Disscusion question!!!!!!!!!! Luke Baker
WednesdayAug 31 at 11:58am
Locke and Rousseau both hit on the idea of a state of nature, however, they disagree as to what that means. Rousseau believed that the state of nature for man did should involve any form of political society. He thought that where there is government, there is commerce, which leads to inequity among social classes (Strauss, 2012). According to Rousseau, man was born free and should not be constrained by the people governing them. He wanted to improve upon Greek and Roman political societies so that they were so small, the people were truly in charge, leading to common interest of all.
Locke, on the other hand, believed that political societies were necessary to protecting the natural rights of people. He thought that “every man has a natural right to preserve himself and to act in accordance with this right,” (Strauss, 2012). Locke thought that government should uphold these rights of humans, albeit government takes control of these rights when it is created. This is why Locke was so adamant about consent of the governed. While he believed men are free, he knew they could not be free unless their freedom was protected.
These two agreed that there is a state of nature of man. I think they also firmly believed that men are born free and should remain free. Where they disagreed was how this freedom should be established. Locke wanted a formal government to protect the freedom of man. Rousseau believed in something called the social contract. Within this contract was the idea that people would give up all their rights and freedom towards the common good, while still maintaining their rights and freedom. Rousseau described it as “the total alienation of each associate, together with all his rights, to the whole community,” (Capaldi and Lloyd, 2011). He thought that in this social contract, all men would be truly equal and that no disparities would arise among them if the contract was followed.
In Rousseau’s social contract, God cannot exist. It emphasizes that none is greater than another, so therefore there cannot be an ultimate being. The contract itself is virtually a religion in that the common good is the ruler of all, so they relinquish their rights to that. With Locke’s belief, I would say just knowing his background that it was rooted in his belief in God. He believed that God was creator of the universe so his state of nature he recognizes that our freedom comes from God.
Read the Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson. Read the whole opinion as well as the concurring opinions and the dissenting opinion. Write our usual 2 – 5 page essay (double-spaced, normal margins, font no bigger than 12, etc.) (this one will probably
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more than the 2-page minimum…) that tells your reader:
Some basic background on the abortion issue
How the Supreme Court majority ruled in Dobbs v. Jackson and why What the dissenting opinion said – why they think the majority is wrong If you were on the Supreme Court, how would you have ruled and why? And finally: How should national policy on abortion be decided and who should make those decisions? The courts? Formal constitutional amendment? The Congress? The states? Explain your choice.
Write a review of the attached articles in 1600 words.
1. describing the article including
2. the topic or issue the article is addressing
3. the worldview of underlying assumptions that animate the article and the analysis therein.
4. any conclusions drawn or recommendations made in the article,
5. any other information you deem important to understanding the article
6. critiquing and assessing the article’s analysis, conclusions, and/or recommendations from the perspective of the Christian worldview.
Article review should be in good APA format, contain 1-inch margins, use 12-point Ariel or New Times Roman font, and be double-spaced
Each article review must cite as well as utilize at least 5 scholarly, academic or legal sources (one of which must be the article chosen for review). Please note, this is not requiring a minimum of 5 citations but rather 5 sources.