Answer the question with an essay (8-16 pp.). Essays must be typed or printed (Times New Roman, 12 point), double spaced, one inch margins, single-sided pages, stapled. No  long  quotes. Include a cover page with your name and major. 


Discuss  Griswold. What are the differing doctrinal commitments as to how the Fourteenth Amendment (and the Ninth Amendment) should be approached in the opinions? What philosophical  theories do you think shed light on these doctrinal commitments? You may need to discuss both history and prior case law, but do so sparingly, only as much as is necessary to make clear what the issues are.

read the powerpoint and write two pages about that.

in two pages, summariz the chapter 7 from the powerpointe. the powerpointe is talking about chapter 7 in this book: The Police in America; An Introduction. 

Policy Analysis Worksheet (NO PLAGIARISM)

The requirements for this assignment are as follows:

1.Complete all sections of the Policy Analysis worksheet.

2.Provide at least five (5) reliable, relevant, peer-reviewed references (no more than one [1] used previously), published within the last five (5) years that support the paper’s claims.

3.Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirement:

a.Include a reference page. Citations and references must follow APA format. The reference page is not included in the required page length.

Directions:Answer the questions contained in this worksheet to kick-start the process of writing your policy analysis for your final assignment. You can build off of your answers in the completed the worksheet for your final project.

Please select one (1) of the following policy issues in relation to one (1) country for this assignment:

• Labor policy and globalization. 

• War on Terror 

• Research and development policy and globalization 

• Global Issue Policy on Nuclear Weapons  

• Telecommunications policy and globalization 

• Transportation (or Infrastructure) policy and globalization. 

• Public health policy and globalization (Ebola)

• Environment policy and globalization. (Global Warming) (Climate Change)

• Energy policy and globalization 

• Citizenship policy and globalization (Human Rights Issues)

• Monetary policy and globalization (Foreign Aid) (Global Financial Crisis)

• Agriculture policy and globalization (Food and Agriculture issues)

• World Hunger and Poverty (Sustainable development)

• Globalization and Corruption

Here are someonline resources for basic background information on countries:

• CIA World Factbook:

• Corruption Perceptions Index:

• Economic Freedom Index:

• The Economist Intelligence Unit:

• Human Development Index:

• Library of Congress Country Studies:


• World Development Indicators:

• World Bank:

• YaleGlobal:



In this section, you will select a policy issue from the list on page 1 and create a title for your Policy Analysis.

a. What policy issue did you select?

b. Do you comprehensively understand the issue? Can you identify two or three distinct positions on the issue?

c. Create the title of your Policy Analysis. When creating a title for your Policy Analysis, consider how you can simultaneously capture the attention of your readers and communicate your position.


In this section, you will frame and define the issue.

a. How will you introduce the issue? 

b. Define the problem or issue that your government or actor must address.

c. How will you demonstrate the relevance and urgency of the issue for modern society? 

d. Which groups, individuals, and communities (stakeholders) are affected by the issues that you will be analyzing? 

e. Research the ways that these groups’ goals and interests might be altered by the policies you are proposing. Try to write out concise explanations of each group’s goals and the things that they value.

f. Research the ways that organizations or communities might change or adapt to upheavals in the societies in which they exist. Explain the circumstances in which these changes might take place. Next, consider other changes and transformations that these groups could undergo and summarize those in a similar way.

g. What evidence will you use to support this section of your paper?


In this section, you will compile a rationale and justification for your position.

a. Are stakeholders groups exposed to unjustifiable risks? Are the stake holders you have identified especially vulnerable?

b. Are any of your stakeholders marginalized within society? Are they part of a highly privileged social group?

c. What are the likely consequences of ignoring stakeholders’ needs? Remember to write concise answers and to consider a range of alternative outcomes – never claim that one set of consequences is inevitable.


In this section, you will propose a course of action in order to address the selected issue.

a. Position statement:What is your position on the issue? Is it specific and clear? State it in one or two sentences.

b. Propose a course of action:What should be done to solve the problem? Consider the broad approach and specific practical steps or measures that need to be taken and by whom.Is the solution you propose feasible and implementable?

c. Reinforce your position: What points of your argument will you draw together to restate and reinforce your position?

d. If your policy-making choices are relatively limited, justify your choice my referring to your position statement and to the outcomes of any alternative choices.

e. Consider the practical factors affecting your policy. How hard will it be for the government to implement your plan? What costs will the government have to pay? Is the government’s ability to act or to extend its authority limited by laws or international agreements?

f. What will the political impact of your policy be? How will the changes that you want the state to bring about affect its authority? What is the political cost of the policy?


The last section of your memorandum should prove why your proposal will be effective. Ask yourself why the policy you have designed will produce the outcomes that you claim it will have. If your policy responses are relatively limited, you should use this section to justify your choice by using a lot of your available word-count to explain why the decision that you support will have a positive impact on the state – explain, for instance, why ratifying a trade agreement will be good for your state’s exporters and agricultural industry.

a. What evidence will you use to support this section of your paper?

b. Do you have enough evidence to support all elements of your paper? (i.e., to introduce and define the issue, to show the importance of the issue, to support your position, to refute counter-arguments, etc.)

c. Do you have the range of evidence you need to support different points of your argument? Match evidence and sources to different points of your arguments.


In this section, you will create your first draft of closing remarks for your paper in Assignment 5.

a. Provide an interesting reflection or create a question to close your paper.

b. Recap the issue for your conclusion and make any recommendations for change (policy decisions).


Cite the resources you used to support your position in APA format.Note: Be sure that you have a variety of sources andevidence to support your position.

Why is the battle of bull run important to history?

research paper

DBA Business and Government and society


For this portion of your course project, you will be adding information about the importance of legal, regulatory, and political issues and identifying those present in your chosen firm. How do these issues impact your firm? In addition, this section should meet the criteria below. Explain the impact of government on business. Articulate the need for appropriate regulatory oversight of business. Identify the classes of political strategy. Illustrate the application of political strategies and their importance. Summarize how corporations influence government decision-making. Evaluate how your chosen firm uses lobbying strategies.

A good source of information to assist you in addressing these questions is the annual report(s) of the firm.

This section of your project must be at least two pages in length. You must use at least one academic source, and any information from outside sources should be cited in APA format.

Book Reference: Ferrell, O. C., Thorne, D., & Ferrell, L. (2016). Business and society: A strategic approach to social responsibility & ethics (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: Chicago Business Press. 

Introduction To Public Policy

PROJECT part 1 and part 2


BACKGROUND AND PREPARATION For this research project, you’ll write a two-part essay identifying an ineffective public policy and suggesting how it can be improved. In the first part, you’ll choose a topic and discuss a related the current policy that you feel is ineffective. In the second part, you’ll research your point of view and write about changes you would make to the policy to make it more effective. You must use at least two outside sources in addition to the textbook and you must document the sources using a standard format, such as MLA or APA. OBJECTIVE This research project will help you apply what you’ve learned about public policy. More precisely, you’ll have a chance to make some public policy suggestions of your own on a topic of your choice. PROCEDURE Write an essay of at least 500 words, typed and double spaced in a standard, 12-point font, such as Times New Roman. You may use both Internet and print sources for your research. The format of your essay must include an introductory paragraph that summarizes what the paper is about and a concluding paragraph that summarizes your observations and conclusions. Part 1 Select a topic related to one of the following issues: n Immigration n Education n Entitlement programs n Foreign policy n Economy 128 Introduction to Public Policy Once you’ve selected your topic, identify a current policy within the topic that you feel isn’t effective. Read related journal articles or books and use the most relevant material to explore the issue. Discuss relevant ethical, ideological, practical, and any other relevant problems you find with respect to the policy issue you’ve selected. Analyze every aspect of the policy; determine which goals are being met, which aren’t being met, and the reasons for the success or failure of the policy. Part 2 Once you’ve completed assessment of the policy, introduce the changes you would make to remedy the problems you identified in Part 1. Refer to your research sources as needed, using proper citation for any quotes or paraphrased ideas that aren’t your own. Discuss how your changes would address the problems you’ve identified: n Compare the merits of your proposed policy to the existing policy n Analyze both policies with respect to the empirical and normative dimensions, the cost-benefit analysis, shortand long-term goals, and indirect benefits as discussed in your textbook n Discuss how your policy would be implemented in light of groups (stakeholders) that would favor or oppose your policy proposals n Explain and discuss just how your policy would be administered

311 wk2 rly 2


What is the primary reason why modern warfare is fought?

What is the primary reason why modern warfare is fought?

311 Wee 2 Forum

 Please before you understand that this bid requires a forum      post  along  with 3 forum post responses below, both must be done.   The    budget  is what  it is posted, please do not try to raise the   price,    either you  will do  it or the next person will. The forum   post is due    by Thursday  and the responses by Sun; I will annotate   this posting   with  responses  once I get them and contact you 


Per the FARs, define what a contract is, and explain the elements of a  contract. Additionally, what is the difference between “Common Law” and  “Administrative Law”? Finally, why do we have a contract negotiation  process?

Instructions:   Your initial post should be at least 250 words.  Please respond to at  least 3 other students.  Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and  include direct questions.

Innovation, leadership and change management

Innovation, change and leadership have been key areas of research in the context of change management. A set of leadership competencies has also been identified which includes capabilities of active listening, communication, persuasion, conflict management and influence. The key leadership practices, namely: shaping behavior, framing change and creating capacity, indicating the linkages between the level of understanding about nature of change and acceptance of such transformation.Critically review the various theories of innovation and change, like leadership of innovation and change. Provide an evaluation of one successful and one less successful innovation / change of which you have personal experience, related to relevant theory. Give a reflective assessment on your own performance as a leader of innovation and change, which identifies your strengths and weaknesses.As a student of Change Management, critically analyze the theories of innovation and change and how they are related to the leadership