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Format your presentation consistent with apa guidelines.

Two Assignments
Assignment One
Imagine you are asked to design an informational workshop for parents as part of an early intervention program to reduce the occurrence of juvenile delinquency in the community.
Create a 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that provides parents with general information to help them understand the role of parenting in protecting their children from delinquent behavior.
Consider the needs of your audience when creating the presentation.
Include the following in your presentation:Positive parenting strategies aimed at building protective factors against delinquency
Links to local community resources related to parenting
An explanation of the family structure (single parent, working moms, absent father, etc.) and how it relates to delinquency
An overview of the three common forms of parenting styles as described in Ch. 2 of Juvenile Delinquency and Antisocial Behavior and how they relate to delinquency
A description of the relationship between conflict within the family, including divorce or breakup of the family unit, and delinquent behavior
Detailed speaker notes
A minimum 3 peer-reviewed resources
Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
Assignment Two
Criminal justice issues are often closely related to ethical principles of our society. So, as you work to evaluate programs designed to impact justice-served individuals, you must consider the ethical guidelines and legislation related to the issue at hand, as well as the ethical responsibilities of organizations and their evaluators. Problem-solving models can help you identify and address these considerations in your evaluation. In this assignment, you reflect on the intersection of problem-solving, evaluation, and ethics.
Research ethical considerations when problem solving with criminal justice policies and programs.
Research problem-solving models and consider how you could use these models to evaluate criminal justice issues or programs.
Select a specific criminal justice issue or program, as well as a problem-solving model that could be used for evaluation.
Write a 875-word paper explaining how your selected problem-solving model would be used for evaluation, with an emphasis on ethical considerations related to the issue or program. Address the following in your paper:Describe your selected criminal justice issue or program.
Identify the problem-solving model for evaluation of the issue or program.
Explain how you would use the problem-solving model to evaluate the specific criminal justice issue or program.
Describe the role of ethics guidelines and legislation as they relate to your selected problem-solving model and criminal justice issue or program evaluation.
Analyze the ethical responsibility of the individuals and organizations involved with the issue or program that you are evaluating.
Describe how you might implement ethics guidelines and responsibilities in your future role in the criminal justice field.
Cite at least 2 sources to support your paper.
Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

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30 ptsyes

please do each part in different document or i will consider it as missing part
art one
About
“Career Opportunities” is a Discussion assessment that encourage students to identify and discuss a career opportunity.
Estimated Time
An estimated 2 hours is needed to complete this activity.
Prompt
Now, you may be firmly settled on a career, like becoming a teacher, engineer, social worker, business manager, lawyer, doctor, or scientist.
But, like almost all students, you are actively considering options.
Exploring career opportunities is part of your college experience. And there are multitude of career opportunities related to each chapter.
Instructions
Step 1: Post
Your Post should include the following elements:
Identify a career opportunity related to the chapter (or any chapter of the book).
Go to O*NET Online (Links to an external site.), conduct a search for the occupation, and include a link to the most closely related occupation in your post.
Describe what interests you about the occupation.
Step 2: Reply to a Peer
Your reply to a peer should include the following elements:
validate your peers’ selection of an occupation.
O*NET Online (Links to an external site.) link to the occupation your peer includes, identify a “Technology Skill” that is interesting to you and explain why.
On the same O*NET Online (Links to an external site.) link to the occupation your peer included, identify a “Work Value” that is interesting to you and explain why.
Step 3: Check your Reply
Be sure your Reply to a Peer clearly states the Technology Skill that is interesting to you and why.
Be sure your Reply to a Peer clearly states the Work Value that is interesting to you and why.
Support
Visit Canvas Tutorial for Assignments Overview (Links to an external site.) for an explanation of Assignments in Canvas.
Visit Canvas Tutorial for Assignment Submissions (Links to an external site.) for an explanation of how to complete an Assignment Submission in Canvas.
part two
iPoliSci Workshop during
About
iPoliSci Workshops is your opportunity to interact with content related to the course.
At the minimum, at least once every two weeks (bi-weekly), you are encouraged to attend a real-time live Zoom workshop of your choice OR review the presentation slides of a workshop of your choice OR watch the recording of the workshop if it is available.
Submission of this assignment is REQUIRED; however, attendance at a real-time live Zoom workshop/meeting is OPTIONAL.
If you are unable or uninterested in attending a real-time live Zoom workshop, you can simply refer to a specific iPoliSci Workshop’s presentation slides to review and submit this assignment OR you can watch a recording of the workshop, if it is available.
Links to workshop video recordings are located on specified webpages or on a slide within the embedded PowerPoint presentations below.
Estimated Time
An estimated 60-90 minutes is needed to complete this activity.
Workshops by Day and Time
Workshops are hosted live on Dr. Josh Franco’s Zoom page (Links to an external site.), unless otherwise stated, during the days and times listed below.
Wednesdays
4:00pm-5:00pm: Coast to Coast with Julie and Josh (specific Wednesdays, registration required, visit Coast to Coast (Links to an external site.))
6:00pm-6:30pm: Ask Me Anything about the JAA, SIM, or PPP
6:30pm-7:00pm: Civic Entrepreneur
Thursdays
6:00pm-6:30pm: Ask Me Anything about the JAA, SIM, or PPP
6:30pm-7:00pm: Civil Grand Jury Lab
Some of these live workshops are recorded for later viewing. Links to workshop video recordings are located on specified webpages or on a slide within the embedded PowerPoint presentations below.
Real-Time Live Zoom Workshops
Ask Me Anything about JAA, SIM, or PPP
If it’s Tuesday or Wednesday from 6:00pm-6:30pm, then click here to join the Ask Me Anything about JAA, SIM, or PPP Workshop. (Links to an external site.)These workshops are focused on answering your questions about the Journal Article Analysis, Simulation, or Public Policy Project.
The assumption is that you have already reviewed the PowerPoint slides for the JAA, SIM, or PPP and watched the recorded video walkthroughs of the JAA, SIM, or PPP, and you have additional questions about the JAA, SIM, or PPP.
When is the Ask Me Anything about the JAA, SIM, or PPP Workshop scheduled?Workshops are hosted live on Dr. Josh Franco’s Zoom page (Links to an external site.) Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7:00pm-7:30pm.
There are no video recordings of this workshop.
I am unable to make it at that time, can I schedule an appointment with you to discuss the JAA, SIM, or PPP?Yes, please go to Appointment (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) and schedule an appointment with me.
Civic Entrepreneur
If it’s Wednesday from 6:30pm-7:00pm, then click here to join the Civic Entrepreneur Workshop. (Links to an external site.)
Civic Entrepreneur is a new workshop series that is focused civic entrepreneurship, grassroots organizing, and public policy with diversity, inclusion, and equity at its core.
When is the Civic Entrepreneur Workshop scheduled?Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 7:00pm
Civil Grand Jury Lab
If it’s Thursday from 6:30pm-7:00pm, then click here to join the Civil Grand Jury Lab Workshop. (Links to an external site.)
Civil Grand Jury Lab is a workshop series hosted by Dr. Josh Franco that focuses on California’s 58 county civil grand juries. During fall 2022, we will virtually journey to counties throughout California, learn how to navigate their county civil grand jury websites, and review a recent civil grand jury report.
When is the Civil Grand Jury Lab Workshop scheduled?Thursdays from 6:30pm to 7:00pm
Coast to Coast with Julie and Josh
Visit Coast to Coast (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) to view schedule and register to attend.
Coast to Coast is an exploration of current events through an engaging question and answer format with political scientists from the states of Maine and California. During Fall 2022, topics explored include reproductive rights, the Constitution, inflation and the economy, democratic backsliding, Election 2022, and climate change. After an initial round of questions and answers between Julie and Josh, student attendees are invited to ask questions and share their lived experiences and policy views as they relate to the topic.
Hosts:Julie Mueller, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Southern Maine Community College
Josh Franco, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cuyamaca Community College
Archived Recordings of Past Workshops
American Political Economy
American Political Economy is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing American Political Economy from the point of view of different individual, group, and organizational entities at the local, state, and national level.
When is the American Political Economy Workshop scheduled?There are no real-time live workshops for this term.
There are archived video recordings from summer 2022.
Visit American Political Economy (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) or iPoliSci – YouTube (Links to an external site.) to watch recordings.
Global Conflict and Cooperation
Global Conflict and Cooperation is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing global conflict and cooperation from the point of view of different international institutions, country governments, and international non-governmental organizations.
When is the Global Conflict and Cooperation Workshop scheduled?There are no real-time live workshops for this term.
There are archived video recordings from summer 2021, fall 2021, and summer 2022.
Visit Conflict and Cooperation (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) or iPoliSci – YouTube (Links to an external site.) to watch recordings.
Holding Government Accountable
Holding Government Accountable is a workshop series that is focused on how individuals, inside and outside of the government, hold it accountable to the constitution, federal and state laws, and regulations.
When is the Holding Government Accountable Workshop scheduled?There are no real-time live workshops for this term.
There are archived video recordings from spring 2022.
Visit Holding Govt Accountable (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) or iPoliSci – YouTube (Links to an external site.) to watch recordings.
May It Please the Court
May It Please the Court is a workshop series that is focused on exploring the interaction between the U.S. Supreme Court and federal, state, and/or local policy and political institutions, actors, and behaviors.
When is the May It Please the Court Workshop scheduled?There are no real-time live workshops for this term.
There are archived video recordings from fall 2021.
Visit May It Please the Court (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) or iPoliSci – YouTube (Links to an external site.) to watch recordings.
Poliventure!
Poliventure! is a workshop series that explores how games relate to concepts in political science.
When is the Poliventure Workshop scheduled?There are no real-time live workshops for this term.
There are video recordings of the workshop available from summer 2021 and fall 2021.
Visit Poliventure (ipolisci.com) (Links to an external site.) or iPoliSci – YouTube (Links to an external site.) to watch recordings.
Instructions
Step 1: Attend Real-Time Live Zoom Workshop or Watch an Archived Recording
Attend a Zoom Workshop during its scheduled time.The workshops are hosted on My Zoom Page (Links to an external site.) during the days and times listed.
If you are unable to attend a Zoom Workshop in real-time, you can watch a recording. Video recordings of workshops, if available, on located on the embedded PowerPoint presentation on the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide of specific Workshops or specified webpage.Scroll up to the “Workshop PowerPoint Slides and Description” above, select a specific Workshop of interest, then click through the slides to find the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide. On the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide, you will find a “Watch Recording” link by week.
Step 2: Clearly State Which Workshop You Attended or Watched
In your assignment submission, clearly state which workshop(s) you participated in during the period
Example: “I participated in the Holding Government Accountable during week 6.”
Example: “I watched the week 6 archived recording of the Global Conflict and Cooperation.”
Step 3: Respond to a Specific Question
Select 1 of the following questions to respond to:
What did you find most interesting about the workshop?
What did you find most relevant to your daily life about the workshop?
What question(s) do you have about the workshop topic?
What would you like to learn more about related to the workshop topic?
What did you find perplexing or challenging about the workshop topic?
Note: If you wish, you can ask yourself your own question.
Step 4: Clearly State your Question
Be sure to clearly state this question in your assignment submission.
Using a question provided in the prior step, or a question that you ask yourself, be sure to clearly state this question in your assignment submission.
Step 5: Answer Question with 4 Sentences
Write at least 4 sentences answering the question you selected.
Sentence 1.
Sentence 2.
Sentence 3.
Sentence 4.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Join a real-time live iPoliSci Workshop?
All real-time live iPoliSci Workshops are held using Zoom Video Conference and hosted on My Zoom Page (Links to an external site.).
How to Access Zoom from your Computer
Go to Download Center – Zoom (Links to an external site.) to download and install Zoom.
After installing, you should be able to access Zoom from your Start Menu or desktop.
How to Access Zoom from your Google or iPhone
If you have a Google/Droid mobile phone, click here to download (Links to an external site.)the ZOOM Cloud Meetings app.
If you have an Apple/iPhone, click here to download (Links to an external site.)the ZOOM Cloud Meetings app.
What if I cannot participate in an iPoliSci Workshop during the assignment time window?
If you cannot participate in an iPoliSci Workshop during the assignment time window, then for step 1, you should clearly state that you could not participate. If you want to share with me why you could not participate in a workshop, feel free to do so.Example: “I could not participate in an iPoliSci Workshop during weeks 3-4.”
Example: “I could not participate in an iPoliSci Workshop during weeks 5-6 due to family commitments.”
Since each workshop has a PowerPoint presentation, you should review the PowerPoint presentation of the workshop(s) you would have participated in and complete steps 2 and 3 and submit your assignment.
Are Workshops Recorded?
Starting Summer 2021, most Workshops will be recorded.
The discussion portion of workshops will not be recorded.
How can I access the Workshop Video Recordings?
A link to video recordings of workshops, if available, on located on the workshop’s PowerPoint presentation on the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide or specified webpage.
Why are some Workshops recorded, and others are not recorded?
When a meeting is recorded, it changes the nature of the conversation since participants know they are being recorded.
While I prefer an ephemeral nature for these workshops, this means that people attend, participate, and learn, and the only record is that which lives in each person’s memory.
However, in reviewing feedback from students, there is a demand for video recordings of workshops. Therefore, starting summer 2021, I will be recording the presentation portion of workshops for later viewing.
The discussion portion of workshops will not be recorded.
Are Workshops structured as debates?
No, workshops are not structured as debates. Debates, if structured well, are useful mechanisms to consider two sides of a topic, engage in oral argumentation based on logos, ethos, and pathos, and engage an audience. However, iPoliSci Workshops are structured as discussions, instead of debates, to allow for a query-based approach to engaging and learning about a topic.
Rubric
Rubrics are “a guide listing specific criteria for grading or scoring academic papers, projects, or tests”. Every assessment in the course has a rubric. A table of this assessment’s rubric is provided below for students. However, this table is not accessible for some screen readers.
For students using a screen reader, an accessible version of the rubric table can be accessed by scrolling down further or clicking on the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of the assessment and selecting “Show Rubric”.
If you need additional help, visit How do I view the rubric for my assignment? (Links to an external site.)
RubricCriteria
Ratings
Points
Participation Sentence
Yes
Missing
30
0
Question Stated
Yes
Missing
30
0
Answer to Question: # of Sentences
4
3
2
1
Missing
40
30
20
10
0
Submission: Subjective evaluation by Professor
01 – Superb
02 – Excellent
03 – Great
04 – Good
05 – Insufficient
0
0
0
0
0
Rubric
iPoliSci Workshops (1)
iPoliSci Workshops (1)
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParticipation Sentence
30 ptsYes
0 ptsMissing
30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuestion Stated
30 ptsYes
0 ptsMissing
30 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnswer to Question: # of Sentences
40 pts4
30 pts3
20 pts2
10 pts1
0 ptsMissing
40 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSubmission Quality: Subjective evaluation by Professor
0 pts01 – Superb
0 pts02 – Excellent
0 pts03 – Great
0 pts04 – Good
0 pts05 – Insufficient
0 pts
Total Points: 100

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Double-spaced.

Instructions: Please write a summary of the internship organization, a description of responsibilities, and several paragraphs indicating a specific Political Science issue area or areas of direct relevance to the internship work. (2-3 pages approx.) Double-spaced.
https://www.theadvancegroup.com/

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Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions

The project consists of producing a 600-750 Word essay Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Works Cited Pages on the provided topic, as well as works cited page for sources containing information used in the essay. The assignment is to be formatted according to the Modern Language Association (MLA) style. Students should research this style in order to properly format the assignment.
12 point as the paper’s font size, double space the text, and create one-inch margins on all four sides of the page. In addition, the writing assignment does not need to have a separate title page.
The Topic:
According to Chapter 10 in the textbook, in what ways can states (governments) attempt to influence their economies? Why might they pursue those options, and what are the consequences of those actions? Do these economic policies usually produce the expected outcome (for example, does lowering taxes lead to greater growth and lower deficits)? Provide real world examples of how some of these policies have been used by governments.
please use the document provided to respond to this question. I add the pages number in red and the book information is at the end of the document. if you need to add sources please use peer evaluated Journals or books resources when it comes to citations please add the page of the quote of word that is used from the source.
Requirements: 600-750 Words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced in MLA format Excluding the Works Cited Page, book or journal.
Please be sure to include an introduction with a clear thesis statement in the last sentence of the introduction paragraph along with a conclusion
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each body paragraph along with page numbers
Please be sure to read, use, and cite the source provided. If you happen to use any additional sources please be sure to use peer evaluated journals or books

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Should biden be impeached?

1.
How will President Biden’s speech effect voting going forward?
President Biden gave a speech on Thursday that many citizens found to be “divisive, he mentioned that the real threat to American democracy was not inflation, Russian motives, or the situation in Taiwan that is growing more dangerous by the day, but more importantly, “Maga voters.” He wanted everyone to be informed of where the real problems lie for America from his point of view. Making numerous statements such as “MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of the law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election.” “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards, backward to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” Seeing as he made his whole speech centered around these points, I think it will be very interesting to see how well this works for the DNC.
What do you think? Do you feel like this was a smart move to use this rhetoric for the DNC, or do you think this will backfire?
2.
Are both Pro-life and Pro-choice becoming to radical?
The other day the south Carolina Legislature pass a near total ban on abortion with exceptions for rape or incest at 12 weeks, which is one of the most strict abortion laws in the nation even still some state are set to completely ban abortions with no exceptions. but also in the U.S house of representatives they passed HR 8296 which would allow abortions for any reason to right before the fetus would be viable.
So my question are both of these laws to radical and don’t truly represent what the majority of Americans believe.
in my option both of these laws are too radical I believe both sides are passing laws like looking for political wins not at what there constituents want
3.
Where does Biden actually stand on crime in the US?
An opinion article from The Hill highlights a very important topic voters are paying close attention to in the upcoming midterm election. Liz Peek suggests that “Biden is trying to rewrite history” by backtracking on his opinion of crime in the US. In a recent visit to Pennsylvania, Biden was attempting to convince his audience that the Biden administration supports police, despite what has been told since the George Floyd era of protests in 2020.
Since 2020, the crime rate in the US has increased significantly, and the democrats know they are being blamed. Peek shares, “Polling shows crime to be one of the voters’ top concern this year, and Biden’s approval rating on the issue is one of his worst.” The President has expressed his opinions that are against police and against supporting the Department of Justice. He has, recently, expressed his concern about crime. Biden has also “encouraged and unparalleled surge in illegal immigration into our country” down at the southern border. Taking all of this into consideration, it has found to be quite difficult to determine where the Biden administration actually stands on crime in the US. Seems to me that the only thing Biden will do is say the right thing (when he’s in trouble) in order to get the votes.
4.
Should Biden Run Again?
When looking at the first half of President Biden’s first term as president, should he really run for another term?
Critics of the president would argue that Biden’s lackluster handling of inflation, Afghanistan, and an overall lack of enthusiasm from his party would point that he maybe shouldn’t run for office again.
However, those in favor of the president would argue that Biden is actually doing a fine job. From forgiving student loan debt, to him helping get through key legislation.
What do you think? Would you like to see Joe Biden run again? Do you think Joe is the best candidate, or would you like to see someone else run for the democrats in his place?
5.
Should America keep sending money to Ukraine?
To sum up this article, the biden administration has sent another $3 billion to support Ukraine, specifically for training. This war has been going on for 6 months now as of last Wednesday. How long are we going to keep giving billions of dollars to Ukraine? I think that it is terrible what is going on over there, but firmly believe that our problems should come first. I believe we have a lot more problems going on in our country that should be addressed before we keep sending billions of dollars to another country.
With that being said, do you think we should keep sending money over to Ukraine?
6.
Should Biden be impeached?
In an article titled “House conservatives prep plans to impeach Biden” posted by the Hill, we are led to believe that if given the majority in the house, following the midterm elections, “a number of rank and file conservatives” plan to make impeaching Biden a “First order of business.” The article lays out that, unlike the impeachment orchestrated by the liberals four years ago against former president Donald Trump, in which the liberals were “fighting a lonely battle with scant support,” We now have claims to believe that heading into midterms, dozens of conservatives have endorsed Biden’s impeachment formally or suggested they’re ready to support it.
If republicans win the house following midterms, Kevin McCarthy needs to tread lightly on how he responds to these impeachment proposals. He cannot alienate moderate voters, which would lead the GOP to hurt badly in the polls, and he cannot altogether ignore the far right and the wishes of former president Donald Trump who remains one of the most popular national figures in the GOP.
Therefore, Do ya’ll believe that Biden has committed any probable cause for impeachment? How should the GOP react to these proposals if given the majority in the house?

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Discuss the madisonian model of government.

Select TWO of the following questions to answer. Each answer should be at least 500
words in length.
A. Compare and contrast the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution. What
weaknesses of the first were addressed in the second?
B. Discuss the Madisonian Model of government. What checks and balances does each
branch of government exercise over the others?
C. Discuss how the Supreme Court cases of Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of
Education affected the struggle for civil rights in the United States.
D. Discuss the concept of federalism. What are the advantages and disadvantages over
other alternative
– You can add scholarly sources to support the essays.

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Identify at least two problems that the early united states encountered as it functioned under the articles of confederation and the solutions that the authors of the constitution agreed upon to address the problems that you identified.

300-word minimum, preferably one reference, APA
Identify at least two problems that the early United States encountered as it functioned under the Articles of Confederation and the solutions that the authors of the Constitution agreed upon to address the problems that you identified.
Explain one main issue about which the authors came into conflict while writing the Constitution and how it was resolved.
Discuss one fact or concept from the article that you found interesting or surprising.

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Directions

Purpose
For this assignment, you will compare the political systems across different countries and evaluate the explanations for democratization in Asia. You will also analyze why and how democracy has emerged in some countries and not in others.
Directions
You should write an essay focusing on the questions at the end of the “Institutions in Action” section of Chapter 6 in your textbook.
Length: Each essay should be at least two pages, or a minimum of 600 words (not counting title, heading, or citations)
* Content: Each essay should focus on the questions at the end of the module chapter’s “Institutions in Action” section. Consider the questions to be your outline in forming the paper. In answering each question, you’re building an essay.
* Format: Your paper should be double-spaced, size 11 Times New Roman font, with one-inch margins around the paper.
* Citations/Quotations: You must follow a proper college paper format for citations, and you’re free to choose MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian. A fine essay can be based entirely off of the Institution in Action article and the related chapter, but bringing outside information into your essay is fantastic, but be sure to properly cite the textbook and any other materials you rely on. Keep quotations to a minimum: for such a short paper, quotations take on the appearance of filler. It’s best to put as much as you can in your own words, while still giving credit for the source of the ideas.
Please AVOID plagiarism

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Spread of Globalisation to the disadvantaged part of the world; The case of Nigeria.
The topic will be researched for Thesis and so such research plan should follow suit of the future thesis work.
If anything isn’t understood then contact me for further info

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Brookings institute – why we need reparations for black americans

Slavery is one of the greatest sins of this nation, and while it is largely accepted as such there is significant disagreement over how the its legacy should be addressed. First what did you learn about slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction before this class? Do you feel this topic has been taught honestly? Secondly, based on what you have learned, both in this class and outside of it, what interventions do you think will be the most effective at addressing the modern effects of slavery and the lost cause? I’m leaving this a pretty open question, so feel free to respond as broadly or narrowly as you see fit. This does not have to be limited to one thing since this will likely require a multifaceted approach, but below is a link to a report on potential reparations programs so you can a better idea of some of the things that have been suggested.
Please be as detailed and specific as you can in responding.
Brookings Institute – Why We Need Reparations for Black Americans