26 August 2015

What single factory do you think would have the greatest impact on their economic growth

Pick any low income country. After some research, present and summarize the economic history, present situation and problems and future challenges of this country.

What single factory do you think would have the greatest impact on their economic growth? Give arguments in support of your opinion.

Useful comments and directions:
1. Make use of and apply the economic theory, concepts and principles. (such as real GDP, inflation, unemployment, productivity, factors of production, comparative advantage, trade) may be important to the analysis.
2. Utilize models (such as supply and demand, Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand, Production Possibility Frontier) to illustrate relevant points and arguments about the country of your choice.
3. IMPORTANT: this paper should not consist of a recitation of facts; be sure to apply economic theory to those facts.

Format and submission:

1.Present the work in form of essay (with introduction, thesis, arguments in body paragraphs and conclusion) of 1,000 words. (Papers should be in range of 950 to 1050 words)
2. Standard format: 1 inch margins all around, 12 point Times New Roman font, Double Spaced.
3. You can include a graph in your paper but it must be well integrated into the text and relevant to the argument of the paper. The graph should be your own creation unless it concerns empirical data needed to make a point. In the latter case, be sure to identify the source. A graph is worth 50 words against the word count requirement, up to a maximum of 100 words.
4 Please cite reference properly using MLA or Chicago style.

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What single factory do you think would have the greatest impact on their economic growth Pick any low income country. After some research, present […]


26 August 2015

Character analysis that discusses why this person does/does not achieve his or her American Dream in The Tortilla Curtain
Literary Criticism Essay Assignment Sheet

Peer Evaluation Due: April 9, 2014 by 3:00 p.m.
Final draft due: April 17, 2014
Points: 130 points possible
Length/format: 4-6 full pages, typed Times New Roman, 12 Point Font, Double Spaced, MLA
References: Include at least three direct references from the text.
  
Purpose: This essay requires you to create a formal critical analysis of a piece of fiction.  This type of application is one you will encounter as you continue your college career.  This type of analysis will give you a deeper insight into the text and perhaps will reveal something about yourself or the world.

Task: Write a character analysis that discusses why this person does/does not achieve his or her American Dream in The Tortilla Curtain.

Essay Elements: The following elements must be included in your essay.

I.                    INTRODUCTION

a.         Use one of the format techniques discussed in class.  Remember, your introduction should lead your reader to your thesis

b.       Identify the author, title of the book and offer a brief plot summary of the text (2-3 sentences, max!)

c.        You must have a main point, “THESIS” that focuses the essay around the analysis of the character and the outcome of the dream for that character.
II.                  BODY:

a.        Each body paragraph contains a topic sentence identifying the part of the character you will be analyzing.

b.       Include at least one textual reference in each body paragraph  in support of your claims. Remember you audience! You do not need to retell the plot of the story. It does not need to be in order of the text, though chronological order is always acceptable.


c.        Offer thoughtful analysis of the textual evidence explaining how the textual evidence supports or proves the thesis statement

III.               CONCLUSION
a.        Recapitulation of thesis statement
b.       The conclusion uses one of the techniques discussed in class






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Character analysis that discusses why this person does/does not achieve his or her American Dream in The Tortilla Curtain Literary Criticism Essay Assignment Sheet […]


26 August 2015

Candido's american dream

A: Unspecified damages from Ben, Emily and Erewhonian News for emotional distress and reputational damage; injunction to prevent further publication of the information and the photograph; order against Erewhonian News for deletion of the blog entry and associated comments:

      Erewhonian Code of Human Rights

1.      It is submitted under s.30 and s.31 Erewhonian Code of Human Rights (hereafter ECHR), the Court of Appeal erred in law by awarding damages and granting an order against Erewhonian News(hereafter EN) for deletion of the blog entry and associated comments.

2.      Counsel submits under s.11(2) Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, EN own the copyright of the blog written by their employee, Frances. They have the right to use and exploit their authorial works as they see fit and s.15 Erewhonian Intellectual Property Code (EIPC) provides that ‘intellectual property shall be protected.’


B:  Property Rights in the photograph:

3.      It is submitted the Supreme Court should uphold the Court of Appeal judgment for Ben in finding against delivery up of the photograph.

4.      Counsel submits under s.31 ECHR Ben ‘is entitled to the peaceful enjoyment of his possessions.’ He has the right to use and exploit his authorial works – the photograph – as he sees fit and s.15 EIPCprovides that ‘intellectual property shall be protected.’

5.      It is submitted Ben has authorship of the photograph because he is the person who created it. It is common ground in jurisdictions worldwide that the person who creates a work is the author. Counsel refers to s.9 (1) of the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, ‘in this Part “author”, in relation to a work, means the person who creates it.’

6.      Counsel also refers to s.101 of the USA Copyright Act 1976, ‘a work is “created” when it is fixed in a copy…for the first time.’

7.      In addition, it is submitted Ben enjoys exclusive rights in his property. Counsel refers to the French Intellectual Property Code Part I Article L111-1, ‘the author of a work of the mind shall enjoy in that work, by the mere fact of its creation, an exclusive incorporeal property right which shall be enforceable against all persons.’

8.      This is bolstered by Article 5 (1) Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works: ‘Authors shall enjoy, in respect of works for which they are protected under this Convention, in countries of the Union other than the country of origin, the rights which their respective laws do now or may hereafter grant to their nationals, as well as the rights specially granted by this Convention.’ It is submitted that it does not matter in which jurisdiction the blog and photograph are viewed. Ben shall enjoy full protection ‘regardless of frontiers’ (s.32 ECHR).

9.      Counsel submits the photograph is a protected work under Article 2 (1) Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, ‘the expression “literary and artistic works” shall include… photographic works.’


Conclusion

10.  For the reasons stated Counsel asks that the Supreme Court uphold the appeal against Adam in relation to damages, the injunction and deletion of the blog entry and associated comments. Counsel also asks that the Supreme Court dismiss the claimant’s entire action.



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Candido's american dream A: Unspecified damages from Ben, Emily and Erewhonian News for emotional distress and reputational damage; injunction to prevent further publication of […]


26 August 2015

Identify the key factors in Fenty v Arcadia [2013] EWHC 2310 (Ch) which persuaded Mr Justice Birss to rule in favour of the claimants and explain the reasoning behind his decision

Part A
Identify the key factors in Fenty v Arcadia [2013] EWHC 2310 (Ch) which persuaded Mr Justice Birss to rule in favour of the claimants and explain the reasoning behind his decision.
(60 marks)
AND
Part B 
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Draft an appeal against the legal reasoning (explained in Part A, above) on behalf of the defendants. This should take the form of a skeleton argument and will involve a critical analysis of the reasoning in Part A.
(30 marks)
AND
Part C
Assess the merits of the appeal.
(10 marks)

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26 August 2015

Policy Brief

Policy Brief/White Paper Assignment

Policymakers are consistently bombarded with information; however, they often do not have time to read each technical report in detail. Many research and practitioners rely on policy briefs to gain information on an important topic.

The goal of this assignment is to design a 2-4 page policy brief on your chosen paper topic. The brief should be factual in nature, but the goal is to ‘sell the study’ to the selected audience. The most successful briefs will outline the statement of problem, provide important facts about the intervention, and provide an argument of the efficacy of the program model. The policy brief should be visually appealing. Students are more than welcome to use Microsoft Publisher for the assignment. Bullets can also be used in this type of document, but use them sparingly. You do not need to cite all of the references you will include in your final paper, but the document should include links to the most salient works in the area. The assignment is worth 20 points.



Policymakers are consistently bombarded with information; however, they often do not have time to read each technical report in detail. Many research and practitioners rely on policy briefs to gain information on an important topic.


The goal of this assignment is to design a 2-4 page policy brief on your chosen paper topic. The brief should be factual in nature, but the goal is to ‘sell the study’ to the selected audience. The most successful briefs will outline the statement of problem, provide important facts about the intervention, and provide an argument of the efficacy of the program model. The policy brief should be visually appealing. Students are more than welcome to use Microsoft Publisher for the assignment. Bullets can also be used in this type of document, but use them sparingly. You do not need to cite all of the references you will include in your final paper, but the document should include links to the most salient works in the area. The assignment is worth 20 points and is due on May 4 @ the end of the day. Five points will be deducted if you do not participate in the critical peer element of the assignment.


Elements of a Project Brief



Statement of the Problem:

· Why is your study/program needed?

· Include specific statistics that draw the reader in. For example, you may want to cite the high number of drug related deaths, car thefts, or juvenile arrests in the past 5 years. Be specific. Graphics can be used if they do not take away from the message of the document.



Program Model:

· Describe your program.

o All statements should be clear, concise and factual.

o For example, the goal of this document is to highlight the need for drug courts in St. Louis.

o Or, I propose the extension of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program to incarcerated parents.


Evidence:

· Why do you think that this program will work?

o Has this program been highlighted by other scholars as ‘evidenced based’?

· Please provide evidence from past studies or theoretical research to highlight the need and potential efficacy of the project.



Conclusion:

· Summarize the findings of your research.

o For example, I find that the Big Brothers program is needed in prison because 800,000 children have incarcerated parents.

· Make detailed recommendations for policy – if appropriate.

· Identify new directions for policy and research.

· Finally, encourage practitioners to adapt your model.



Examples:



http://www.nij.gov/maps/gps-bulletin-v2i3.pdf

http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/311215_employment.pdf

https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/215592.pdf

https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/ondcp/screen_brief_intv.pdf









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