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What i think would be most effective would be finding ways to have enforce consequences already set forth by university policies, such as expulsion, termination of work, and workshops and continuing education of consent, resources, and appropriate behavior for both students and staff.

My paper aims to explore the sexual misconduct issues seen in higher education institutions, specifically in the United States and the United Kingdom. I plan to analyze this issue by conducting a case study of sexual misconduct policies and responses in different universities in the US and UK. I aim to answer the question of if higher education institutions in the United States and the United Kingdom have differed in implementing policy and culture changes to combat sexual misconduct in response to the #MeToo movement?
Outline
General discussion of the culture toward sexual misconduct in higher academic institutions before and after the #MeToo movement of 2017.
The United States’ history of misconduct in colleges and universities
Student surveys on the perception of handling SM
The United Kingdom’s history of misconduct in colleges and universities
Student surveys on the perception of handling SM
A comparison and analysis of the different policies and attitudes in each country’s response to issues of higher education SM
Devise a specific policy that would resolve this problem more effectively
The United Nation’s Declaration of Human Rights Article 23 refers to the right of employment under just and favorable conditions.
Article 26 asserts the human right of education
In 2017, as a result of sexual assault allegations against famed producer Harvey Weinstein and then American President Donald Trump, an international outcry was launched The social media movement where women globally spoke out about being survivors of sexual harassment and assault using the hashtag #MeToo. The campaign went viral and majorly raised awareness and solidarity for survivors and how common these abuses are.
In order to help remedy the epidemic in sexual assault in universities across the globe, I would recommend showcasing how this issue is an intersection of multiple human rights violations, including Articles 2, 23, and 26 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. What I think would be most effective would be finding ways to have enforce consequences already set forth by university policies, such as expulsion, termination of work, and workshops and continuing education of consent, resources, and appropriate behavior for both students and staff.
Please use these sources and add endnotes
Bibliography
Becker. (2021). The Evolution of Campus Sexual Misconduct Procedures. The Brief (Chicago 1980), 60(2), 21–36.
Besley & Peters. (2021). Named or nameless: University ethics, confidentiality, and sexual harassment. Educational Philosophy and Theory, ahead-of-print, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2021.1952865
Bull. (2021).
Catalysts and rationales for reporting staff sexual misconduct to UK higher education institutions. Journal of Gender-Based Violence. https://doi.org/10.1332/239868021X16270572218631
Chapman. (2018). Commentary: Sexual misconduct in academia. Physics Today, 71(12), 10–12. https://doi.org/10.1063/PT.3.4080
Dolamore & Richards. (2020). Assessing the Organizational Culture of Higher Education Institutions in an Era of #MeToo. Public Administration Review, 80(6), 1133–1137. https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13179
Jackson & Sundaram. (2020) Lad Culture in Higher Education: Sexism, Sexual Harassment, and Violence, New York: Routledge.
National Union of Students. (2018). Power in the academy: staff sexual misconduct in UK higher education, https://www.nusconnect.org.uk/resources/nus-staff-student-sexual-misconduct-report.
Porter, Levitsky, & Armstrong. (2022). Gender Equity and Due Process in Campus Sexual Assault Adjudication Procedures. The Journal of Higher Education (Columbus), ahead-of-print, 1–27. https://doi.org/10.1080/00221546.2022.2082784
Trudeau. (2019). Combatting Sexual Misconduct: American Higher Education During The #MeToo Era. Suffolk University Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy, 25(2), 141–.

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As the syllabus notes, the topic of this paper will be at the student’s discretion with the professor’s prior approval.

The general scope is a significant event in 21 st century American politics. You are therefore strongly encouraged to choose an aspect of American Politics that you would like to explore in greater depth.” This is not a “political essay” assignment. You are to analyze a significant event through the lens of the American political system. Please see the detailed instructions attached.
Final Paper Assignment
TOPIC: A significant aspect of American Politics in the 21st Century- “Barrack Obama’s Election”
General:
This is the capstone assignment for the course. As the syllabus notes, the topic of this paper will be at the student’s discretion with the professor’s prior approval. You are therefore strongly encouraged to choose an aspect of American Politics that you would like to explore in greater depth. The general scope is a significant event in 21st century American politics. For students desiring a “default” topic, you are encouraged to examine an issue of interest from within the scope of one of the three recent “landmark” presidential elections (2008, 2016, or 2020).
This is not a “political essay” assignment. You are to analyze a major political event, such as one of the landmark elections, the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the passage of the Trump tax cuts, or the passage of the Biden Inflation Reduction Act through the lens of the American political system.
PLEASE WRITE: This paper is a cogent analytical paper on your chosen topic. And prepare a presentation (a video or narrated PowerPoint, not to exceed 5 minutes)
For the Premise and Bibliography Assignment:
A one-paragraph summary of the premise of the work, touching briefly on the kinds of evidence to be considered. It basically tells the reader at a glance where the work is going, and how the author is getting there.
A working bibliography lists, in proper citation format, the primary and secondary materials being consulted in the writing of the work.
Optional:
Your bibliography may be annotated, which will help you (the author) as you proceed in your research and writing. For an annotated bibliography, only one line per reference work is required; this line, at the bottom of each entry, simply summarizes the import and relative value you assign the source. For example:
Ceaser, J. W., & Busch, A. (2001). The perfect tie: The true story of the 2000 presidential election. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Comprehensive account of all aspects of the campaign, election and “post-election campaign” (limited discussion of post-election legal proceedings).
You are not required to submit an annotated bibliography; a simple working bibliography will suffice; however, if you generally use an annotated bibliography in your writing process, please submit it “as is”. There is no need to edit your annotations.

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Choose a political issue from the 21st or 20th century and briefly describe it.

Choose a political issue from the 21st or 20th Century and briefly describe it. (Examples might include: The Women’s Suffrage Movement, The Civil Rights Movement, abortion, Second Amendment rights, The New Deal, etc…) This does NOT have to be solely from U.S. History. You’ll briefly describe the issue and the political actors involved – lobbying/interest groups, political figures, governmental agents, public personalities – folks or groups who played a major part in or offered an opinion on the topic. For this activity, you’ll inspect the role of the media in disseminating information about the issue to the public over a period of time. You won’t necessarily be able to demonstrate agenda-setting (unless you have access to old historic newspapers/documents to show what was prioritized), so instead, I’d like you to look for headlines or historic articles written as the issue was evolving – and analyze how the media followed the societal change (if anything changed) through language. Did the media “shape” the story with their words? Did they try to “prime” audiences who already had opinions in any way? Were interest groups or individuals trying to “frame” the issue in the media, and were they successful (and in what ways)? Did a policy agenda emerge in response to media or public demand?
Analyze the angle from all sides – media agenda, public agenda, political agenda – and use resources from the text and class discussion to make your case.
Ground rules for both options:
1) You’ll use evidence from the lectures and texts as appropriate.
2) You’ll properly cite (APA style) any lifted quotes from political communication texts and give citations/context to quotes, headlines, tweets, etc…from media sources.
3) Paper should be typed, roughly 3-4 pages, double-spaced, 1 inch margins in 12-point font. I will not accept handwritten submissions.
4) Papers will be graded on adherence to these guidelines as well as on the strength of your argument and use of evidence from both media content and course materials. I will be looking for thoughtful and creative application of the media content you find/story you decide to cover to the lessons we’ve already learned in class.

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I have attached a policy brief on the reinstatement of roe v wade. please create

I have attached a policy brief on the reinstatement of Roe v Wade. Please create a 10 minute PowerPoint presentation with speaker notes with the information I have attached below.

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Consider and discuss its major achievements as well as areas of lack of success.

Choose any nation of the South and analyze its political and economic development during and
since colonization, noting efforts of nation-building as well as other forms of political and
economic development. Consider and discuss its major achievements as well as areas of lack of
success. Consider its likely future directions and progress.

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Our examination of the complex relationship between the two entities should shed light onto the political considerations that go into designating the taliban as an insurgent group, a terrorist group, or a de facto government.

We will try to gain a better understanding of why there has been such a great difference in terms of punitive measures taken with the Taliban by the US Govt. The US Govt’s response to the Taliban has evolved significantly over the years and this evolution is dependent on the group’s political recognition. Our examination of the complex relationship between the two entities should shed light onto the political considerations that go into designating the Taliban as an insurgent group, a terrorist group, or a de facto government.

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Discuss.

This is an argumentative essay and I will include the rest of the topic you must discuss and argue.
‘While the evidence tells me that the death penalty does little to deter crime, I believe there are some crimes⁠—mass murder, the rape and murder of a child⁠— so heinous, so beyond the pale, that the community is justified in expressing the full measure of its outrage by meting out the ultimate punishment (Barack Obama)’. Discuss.
Please argue in favour of this quote with academic sources; I will also include notes that you must follow and cite as well. I am not sure how many sources you have to include, but I will add that to the instructions once I find out. This essay should be 2000-2500 words and include an introduction, a good thesis, body paragraphs and a conclusion.

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Identify the similarities and differences in their leadership style that supported building their

https://books.google.com/books?id=KvVrDwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false
Book for the American presidency above – use citations for this text ^
Select two (2) Presidents discussed thus far in the course and write a 4 page Presidential Analysis Paper”:
Analyzing their role as the President of the United States.
Explaining how they impacted our democracy. Examining their strengths and weaknesses that shaped our country.
Identify the similarities and differences in their leadership style that supported building their
presidential legacy.
Your paper must be: Written in APA Format. Submitted in PDF Format.
Supported by citations directly from the text or other reliable sources, contemporary and
historical examples and/or personal anecdotes.
ANSWER ALL OF THE PROMPTS BELOW
Prompt 1: What were the main achievements and shortcomings as president?
Prompt 2: What is the nature of their legacy?
Prompt 3: How was the role of the president transformed under their presidency?
Prompt 4: How did presidential powers evolve? Has their presidential power in office gone too far while in office?
Prompt 5: Identify a specific moment in while in office that led them to be held to high esteem?
Or, identify an occurrence that destroyed their role as a leader of our nation?
NOTE: A satisfactory paper will have the following characteristics.
1. Well-written, coherent, and all prompts answered.
2. Demonstrates familiarity with the assigned text, include citations and direct references to the
content of the text.
3. Be thoughtful and insightful. Your paper must show an analysis of the text and synthesis of ideas.
4. Responsive to prompts. Your paper should address the prompts as presented.
5. Engaging: Arguments are fully expounded and supported by a minimum of four (4) citations and
references.
6. Positions are clearly explained and supported with citations and or examples or anecdotes. If you
make a claim, explain it fully.
7. Paper is spell-checked with no major grammatical errors.

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For my topic i would like you to write about homelessness: if it’s a choice or bad luck

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For my topic i would like you to write about homelessness: If it’s a choice or bad luck

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Should there be more restrictions on the news stations?

Option 2: Many experts see the media as biased and more like infotainment. In fact, many people have turned to social networks as an outlet for news instead of CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN and other news stations. Do you see this as an issue? Do you see the news as biased or unbiased? Should there be more restrictions on the news stations?
Be sure to make connections between your ideas and conclusions and the research, concepts, terms, and theory we are discussing this week.