A rough draft of the paper will be submitted; however, there are comments on the right side of the paper from a Writer Tutor that needs to be used to correct and make the essay stronger.
**Identify the global societal problem within the introductory paragraph. Conclude with a thesis statement that states your proposed solutions to the problem)
**Describe background information on how that problem developed or came into existence.
Show why this is a societal problem.
Provide perspectives from multiple disciplines or populations so that you fully represent what different parts of society have to say about this issue)
**Construct an argument supporting your proposed solutions, considering multiple disciplines or populations so that your solution shows that multiple parts of society will benefit from this solution.
Provide evidence from multiple scholarly sources as evidence that your proposed solution is viable)
**Interpret statistical data from at least three peer-reviewed scholarly sources within your argument.
Discuss the validity, reliability, and any biases.
Identify the strengths and weaknesses of these sources, pointing out limitations of current research and attempting to indicate areas for future research. (You may even use visual representations such as graphs or charts to explain statistics from sources.)
**Evaluate the ethical outcomes that result from your solution.
Provide at least one positive ethical outcome as well as at least one negative ethical outcome that could result from your solution.
Explain at least two ethical issues related to each of those outcomes. (It is important to consider all of society.)
**Develop a conclusion for the last paragraphs of the essay, starting with rephrasing your thesis statement and then presenting the major points of the topic and how they support your argument)
***Source Document Requirements:
Multimedia sources (such as videos) may be used, but no more than two such sources may be used. If multimedia sources are used, they must be authored and distributed by credible sources, such as universities, law schools, medical schools, or professors, or found in the University of Arizona Global Campus Library.
Government sources may be used, but no more than two such sources may be used. Examples include whitehouse.gov, state.gov, usa.gov, cdc.gov, and so forth. These websites can be used to make a stronger point about your proposed solution within the argument.
Where documents are used for source materials, those must be peer-reviewed, scholarly journal articles, and academically published books. Popular media sources (e.g., newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows, etc.) must not be used. Materials from advocacy groups (e.g., Greenpeace, Human Rights Campaign, National Organization for Women, etc.) must not be used.
Sites such as ProCon.org and Wikipedia must not be used.
Religious texts must not be used***
Must use 8 sources in total (5 sources has already been provided)
Vaccination is a critical part of public health. Discuss the medical and social impacts of vaccination and herd immunity including the anti-vax movement (Use data and support from vaccine studies and trials). Be sure to include an explanation of how vaccines work and how they prepare the immune system to fight off disease.
Please write below question professor assigns:
What is China’s approach towards Global Governance? And how is it likely to affect liberal international rules and institutions?
Sources: requirement is not required, so I put 6 sources, and please see the rubric for more detailed information
Discuss the creation of global governance structures immediately after WWII? Why did they take shape the way they did, what factors or actors held influence on this process. As time progressed, how did this architecture affect the ability of IO’s to function? Pick one issue area (economics, security, human rights, etc) and elaborate.
In writing your answers you will be expected to apply the vocabulary we have used thus far in the course and to show clear and direct connections between the ideas you present and the course lectures AND readings. Be sure to unpack your ideas sufficiently.
Answers will be graded on their ability to apply the material from the course lectures and readings to the questions in a way that demonstrates that you both know the information and can think critically about its application to the world. Emphasis will be placed on your ability to connect the key ideas of the course to the historical events and examples discussed in reading and articles.
Above is the prompt. Use the information found in the chapters I’ve listed below. I will attach .pdfs of the books after.
Karns and Mingst – Chapters 1 and 3
Karns and Mingst Chapter 4
Karns and Mingst – Chapter 6
Karns and Mingst Chapter 7
Karns and Mingst – Chapter 10
Gutner Chapter pp. 91-105
Gutner Chapter 5 (pp. 129-158)
Gutner Chapter 7 (pp. 192-214)
Karns and Mingst – Chapter 12 (pp. 450-496)
Karns and Mingst – Chapter 5
1.Before doing any research or trying to interpret meaning, just describe what you see. 2.Look up any information provided about the cartoon, like the cartoonist and time period or place that the cartoon was published.3.Look up and do your best to translate all Turkishwords and phrasesin the cartoon andcartoon description(you do not need to translate Ottoman text).4.Using online research, interpret themeaning ofthe cartoon. What symbols are used? What famous figures are represented? What might be the overall message that the cartoonist is attempting to convey?5.Finally, after you all come to an agreement, write up a brief analysis based on your work in the steps above. Be sure to use the materials from this course to help you situate the cartoon within a larger historical, social, or political context.
Please write a white paper along the lines of Japanese typhoons. Please use ONLY the works cited here:
The format of the white paper and all the information should be as shown here:
Essentially, addressing problems and possible solutions.
Exploration Activity GuidelinesTURK2241 Schoon Two Exploration Activities (20 points each) :First, choosea topic not covered in this class that you would liketo learn more about. Broad, general topics to get you started include Turkish or Ottoman food, sports, fashion, film,theatre, dance, visual arts, architecture, identity, and political culture.Once you have chosen a broad, general topic, narrow it down to a specific question. For example: How do people dance at a Turkish wedding? or What kind of foodwas prepared and served in the Ottoman palace in the 19th century? or Why have I heard a lot about corruption with relation to Turkish soccer in recent years?Next, researchand explorethe topicusing online resources. Along with finding written sources, your research must also include something experiential, like trying an art form or dance, reading a poem, short story, or novel, watching a film or TV show, trying Turkish food, etc. For example, if your question was: How do people dance at a Turkish wedding?, you might find a tutorial for a particular dance on YouTube. If your question was: What kind of food was prepared and served in the Ottoman palace in the 19th century?, you might choose one recipeand attempt to cook it. If your question was: Why have I heard a lot about corruption with relation to Turkish soccerin recent years?, you might watch a Turkish soccer match.2 Finally, you will write a summary of 1) what you experienced and 2) what you discovered. In noless than 4 pages (see formatting guidelines below), describe why you chose the topic, what you learned from your sources (and cite your sources please!), and what you learned from your experiential research. How did this exploration activity help you understand something about Turkish or Ottoman culture? How does this compare to your own culture?Grading Rubric: Formatting: No less than 4 full pages Double-spaced, 12 pt font, 1”margins Proof read for grammar and spellingAll sources cited internally and in a bibliography at the end of the paper Content:Includes an explanation of the topic and why you chose it Describes what was learned and how (with sources cited) Shows thoughtful reflection on the experience and how it fits into overall learning
our assignment for this week is a literature review on your topic. A literature review is a synthesis of previous research on a topic.
Most research projects include a literature review to determine what knowledge exists on the subject under study and to develop the theoretical framework that will be used in the study. The literature review sets the context for the entire research project by explaining what others have found in researching the same or similar specific research questions. The literature review is written in a narrative format.
A literature review begins with an introductory paragraph in which the writer frames the research topic and its significance, and the puzzle that the researcher is addressing. To do that, the writer will summarize the major relevant arguments on the research subject, highlighting the main issues and how schools of thought might differ. If there are key terms to be defined, the writer should do that here. The body of the literature review tells readers what others have found in their studies about your specific research question (the extent of existing knowledge on your specific research question), critiques what is right or wrong with these other studies, and discusses how the work is distinguishable from the research study you are proposing. Your review should organize material by theme or method or what makes sense for the project. This literature review should include a critical review of at least 8-10 appropriate articles, to include scholarly, peer-reviewed articles, material from government publications and websites, or other topic-appropriate source. Must include more than 35 sources, including 30 from peer-reviewed material. Includes a variety of sources from high quality journals, government documents, primary sources and juried publications.The conclusion should summarize the primary “sense of the literature”, encapsulating for the reader where the existing literature ends and your research will start as you seek to answer the question that still remains and add to the body of knowledge.
Please see the attatched file for the topic of the literature review.
Give the history of ISIS occupation in Mozambique. Provide the reason of the most recent attack in Palma by ISIS. Be sure to include when and where the attacks happened in Palma and the reason behind the attack. Highlight the significance of Palma (located 10 mile from a multi-billion dollar gas deal).
Provide information on Portugal’s Troops that they are sending to Mozambique, to help combat the situation with ISIS. Include the location in which Portugal Troops will aid in Mozambique. Also, include the history between Portugal and the current bilateral agreement they have. Be sure to include the information on the bilateral agreement to send 60 troops to help combat ISIS in Mozambique.
Step 1: Use the proposal and the feedback you received to continue your research of the topic and begin an outline for your paper.
Step 2: After completing your research, step back and assess more fully how each of the two theories would talk about this topic. Flesh out the ideas in your proposal, tying specific aspects of the theories (e.g. statism or self-help in Realism) to the details within your case. What would an analysis of the topic look like from the standpoint of each theoretical perspective? How do the two theories contrast/compare?
Your thesis statement should be a concise articulation of why the two theories you chose apply to your case. For example: “Realists’ understanding of the international system as anarchic links to the uncertainty and survivalist stances displayed by the U.S. and Soviet governments during the Cuban Missile Crisis…..while Social Constructivists’ understanding of states as socialized (or social entities) links to the ways in which these two states perceived and constructed identities of self and one another as ideological enemies.”
Organization of the Final Paper
Please provide annotated bibliography
Introduce the topic of your paper, the research question and the two theories you plan to use.State your thesis clearly in 1-2 sentences.
Body of the paper
Discuss your case in greater detail by explaining your research question and any necessary background information to help the reader what you are investigating Describe the first theory and discuss how it specifically applies to your topic, linking key concepts with details of your case (only use course readings for theory sections!) Do the same as above with the second theory Compare/contrast the theories. What does each perspective allow you to see about the case that you otherwise would not see?
Restate the thesis and pose lingering questions for future research