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Major Event During Civil War Period

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Write a  fictional historical narrative about a major event that occurred during the Civil War period. This is a story you create using historical facts. The work should be 550 words and use two sources to construct the factual framework. You do not need to cite them in the text though since it is like a historical novel. Instead, use that supporting information to build as factual of an environment as you can within the work. Continue reading

Comparing Divorce Laws in Different Countries

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Compare and contrast divorce laws and social norms for either, Portugal and Hungary, Colombia and Turkey Abu Dhabi and Thailand. Be sure to explain in detail the differences or similarities. Continue reading

George & Barbara Bush Vs Bill & Hillary Clinton.

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Compare and contrast the marriages of President George & Barbara Bush with that of President Bill & Hillary Clinton. Use a sociological approach and include elements such as education, employment, socio-economic status, religiosity, Continue reading

Reformulating Bentham’s Utilitarianism Theory

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How does Mill reformulate Bentham ’s theory of utilitarianism? Does he offer a better version of utilitarianism? Why or why not? Does Mill defeat some of the common objections raised against utilitarianism? Using Saving Private Ryan, or Extreme Measures, explore how utilitarianism can operate. Do you  agree or disagree with utilitarianism?

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Reasons for Banning Books in Schools

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Give three reasons why you think a particular book should be banned from elementary, middle school, or high school library bookshelves. Or discuss why three books should be banned as opposed to one book. Be sure to give three reasons for banning each book. Feel free to ask the representatives at the Library about historically Banned Books. This is a discussion about the value or non-value of certain pieces of literature and freedom of the press as well as what constitutes educational materials. Continue reading

Catherine Davis & Dylan Thomas Ideas of Death

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Read “After a Time” by Catherine Davis  and compare/contrast her ideas about death with Dylan Thomas’ in “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”. Continue reading

Gradual Changes in Romantic Relationships

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You will complete a qualitative research project about turning points, or changes across time in relationships. The goal of this project is to help you better understand communication in a specific type of relationship while giving you the opportunity to apply skills and concepts learned .

Turning points are significant events that either cause a relationship to increase or decrease in closeness. Some examples of turning points in  romantic relationships include first dates, big fights, and engagement  Continue reading

Plagiarism & Paraphrasing

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The three-step process of paraphrasing consists of interpreting an author’s original passage, rephrasing it (i.e., putting it into your own words), and citing (i.e., giving credit to) the author. In order to paraphrase correctly, students must consider the difference between the original text and the re-wording, while still maintaining the original author’s meaning. In contrast to paraphrasing, the academic crime of plagiarism occurs when a second writer presents an original author’s work as his or her own without the use of quotation marks and citation. Continue reading

Implications of Banning Employment Tribunal Fees in England & Wales

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The purpose of this assignment is to test the understanding of the parameters and practical detail of key employment law rules and regulations and their effect on employee management within the workplace.The Supreme Court has now made a decision that fees for employment tribunals are illegal (in the England and Wales). Consider the implications for this decision on this. Continue reading

Constraints & Powers of the Legislative Branch

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The legislative branch does not work in a vacuum. Instead, Congress crafts legislation with the full knowledge that the other two branches of government have the ability to limit the power of the legislative branch. However, checks and balances are a two-way street: the U.S. Constitution also delegates powers to the legislative branch to limit the powers of the judiciary and executive branches. Understanding these checks and balances is important from a constitutional perspective. It also gives you some insight into the constraints that members of the House and Senate are cognizant of as they go about the process of constructing public policy. Continue reading

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