Group in American PoliticsPaper instructions:
The class is American politics The paper should be 4-5 pages long and double spaced. The paper should cover an interest group in American Politics. Using the web and news sites and newspapers, describe your group and how they operate. Proper MLA format for the paper is required. This is a proper research paper so get help if needed
Group in American PoliticsPaper instructions:The class is American politics The paper should be 4-5 pages long and double spaced. The paper should cover an […]
Women's and gender study
irst 2 pages :For your reading response, please read the selected portions of Chapter 10 in your book. Your response should be 1.5 to 2 pages (450 to 650 words).
Your responses should begin by briefly summarize the point of chapter 10. As you continue your response, you may hone in on one topic or one article. Try to make personal connections to the text. Also, remember that proper formatting is part of your grade: 12 point font, Times New Roman, in-text citations, etc.
Women's and gender study irst 2 pages :For your reading response, please read the selected portions of Chapter 10 in your book. Your response […]
Analysis on Columbine by Dave CullenPaper instructions:Write an essay in which you identify the central argument or arguments the author is making and analyze […]
Communication skillsaper instructions:
Journal 10: Tell me about the song you chose to share. How do you communicate through music? What is the message (if any) that you hope the class gets from your song choice? Why do you think music is so powerful?
Journal 11: Write your own obituary.
Communication skillsaper instructions:Journal 10: Tell me about the song you chose to share. How do you communicate through music? What is the message (if […]
Explain the concept of “collective goods”. Explain the concept of “collective actions”.
1. Explain the concept of “collective goods”. Explain the concept of “collective actions”. Collective goods by definition are goods that are collectively produced and freely available for anyone’s consumption (744). It’s also called public goods for its non-rivality and non-excludability. For example, public school in America is a collective good because it is provided by the government and no one should be excluded from receiving education. Collective actions is an action taken by a group of like-minded individuals to achieve a common goal. We use this action in “The prisoner’s Dilemma.” The police sparte the two suspect in different room. One would be offer a reduced sentence. Both suspect understand that at trial, it better if they keep quiet. But when they are separate from each other, each suspect will think that the other will squeal. Then each suspect will confesses and goes to jail. 2. Define the term “republic” and explain how it applies or does not apply to the USA.
Republic is a form of democracy in which power is vested in elected representatives, is designed to allow some degree of popular control and avoid tyranny. The “public” refers to a form of government where the citizens conduct their affairs for their own benefit rather than the benefit of a ruler.
3. Explain the concept of transaction cost and develop your own application of a transaction cost. 4. What is the “Magna Carta”? Is it important in American law? If so, explain how it is used in American law. 5. By 1732 all the American colonies had limited self -government. Explain the concept of limited self-government as it applied at that time. 6. What are the Articles of Confederation? Give an example of one power they created. 7. Explain the Virginia Plan. Explain the New Jersey Plan. Explain the Great Compromise. 8. List at least two powers that are in the Articles of Confederation that are transferred to the Constitution. 9. Jefferson wanted more individual rights written into the Constitution, yet Madison opposed that by insisting that a strong government was needed. Why did Madison take the position opposed to more rights in the Constitution? What was the result of their argument? 10. Where in the Constitution is the right to judicial review listed? Cite your location. 11. Define “federalism”. List three items in you immediate possession from at least three of the levels of federalism and which level they relate to. 12. Explain the use of the “elastic clause” and why it is so important. 13. Explain the purpose of the Tenth Amendment. 14. What is the difference between a block grant and a grant-in-aid? How and why are they used? 15. Explain the significance of the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision? 16. What is the 1964 Civil Rights Act? Explain its significance and which groups in the country are most directly impacted by this legislation. 17. Define “racial profiling” and how it is used in society today. Is this legal or not? Explain your answer. 18. When and by what means do women gain the right to vote. Explain what legal methods were used and how this right has changed politics. 19. List and explain the amendments to the Constitution which create the right to privacy. 20. How does the Bill of Rights apply to the states?
Explain the concept of “collective goods”. Explain the concept of “collective actions”. POLITICAL SCIENCE 1 FALL 2014 MIDTERM Please answer the following 20 questions […]