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Analysis of the political implications of the policy recommendations. 

As a policy advisor to a the head of your Illinois state’s Energy office https://www.energy.gov/eere/femp/state-energy-offices-and-organizations

BRIEF summary of the existing policy
Analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the policy
Policy recommendation on how to improve the policy
Analysis of the political implications of the policy recommendations.  Including who the agency head should look to for support and who the agency head should view as opposition.

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Which theory seems to explain less about why countries develop differently. 

After reading this week’s articles reflect on the different theories to understand why countries develop differently.  Which theory resonates the most with you and why?  Which theory seems to explain less about why countries develop differently.  Compare and contrast these two theories and discuss the strengths and weakness of these two theories. Be sure to include specific quotes for the reading and provide specific examples to support your choice.

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Do you agree with the statement that consumers have the power to influence the current ways of food production to achieve more sustainable food systems?

Do you agree with the statement that consumers have the power to influence the current ways of food production to achieve more sustainable food systems?
800-1200 words

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Outline the design using a feminist, intersectional approach

Policy analysis
China’s New Women’s Protection Law (focus on Eliminate gender discrimination in the hiring process)
Write 1800+ words
Part 1: Choose a policy to analyze.
Stage I – Describe the policy in detail.
Stage II – Identify the problem and review some of the literature; how is the problem framed
Stage III – Policy history, description, context [region],
Stage IV – Policy analysis using an intersectional policy framework approach. Identify strengths & weakness
Part 2: Recommendations
· Design policy recommendation(s)
· Outline the design using a feminist, intersectional approach
· What framing are you using of the issue? How does that inform your recommendations?
Analysis should be evidence-based using previous studies, AND theory-based literature,
Should also include some examples of how the policy is designed and implemented in other contexts
Use the precepts that we have studied in class including power relations, privilege, equality, substantive representation especially in decision-making and formation of policy, etc.
For Stage IV, analyzing with the concepts of the attached files

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What are two things you would change about the American Political System

This final discussion has three interrelated parts. In a 300-400 word post address all 3 questions.
1) Are you more persuaded my Mitt Romney’s and other’s optimistic view of American Exceptionalism or Howard Zinn’s, and other’s, more pessimistic view? How close is the US to its ideals? Why?
2) What are two things you would change about the American Political System and what are two things you would keep the same?
3) Many of the political science perspectives (including the Our Own Worst Enemy book)  we’ve seen this semester discuss ways to better protect democracy in the US.  Pick two of these proposals. Which strike you as helpful and which don’t and be sure to support this answer with your reasons why.
Use any 2 resources below or attach

Is America the Greatest Country?

Equality and Inequality

Debating American Exceptionalism (see attachment below)
God Bless America or This Land is Your Land (see attachment below)

This Land is Your Land (see attachment below)

Mitt Romney: Prizing Freedom (see attachment below)

Howard Zinn: A Challenge to American Exceptionalism (see attachment below)

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Decolonizing and diversifying are easier said than done. Discuss.

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Decolonizing and diversifying are easier said than done. Discuss.

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What is a panopticon?

Write a two-page (double spaced, Times New Roman Size 12) response to one of the following questions. Feel free to simply save this document and write your response below the question you choose to answer. The header and directions will not count against your two-page limit. Cite the week’s readings at least twice in your answer.
Questions:
Foucault makes the case that the disciplinary economy of power focuses more on the soul/mind than the body. Give an example of a disciplinary method that demonstrates this focus.
Is criminality necessary under a sovereign economy of power? Why?
What is a panopticon? Give an example from your daily life and explain how it conditions your behavior.
reference books
Discipline & Punish
Michel FoucaultVintage Books (April 25, 1995)ISBN-10 0679752552ISBN-13 978-0679752554
The Human Condition
Hannah, ArendtThe University of Chicago Press; 2nd edition (December 1, 1998)ISBN-10 0226025985ISBN-13 9780226025988
Political Liberalism
John RawlsColumbia University Press; Expanded edition (March 24, 2005)ISBN-10  0231130899ISBN-13 9780231130899
Bodies That Matter
Judith ButlerRoutledge; 1st edition (May 13, 2011)ISBN-10 041561015XISBN-13 978-0415610155

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Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. 

Need a tutor I have the document attached with what I need help with
THE DISCUSSION QUESTION IS
“Obviously, Americans are a very diverse people. Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. ”
MUST BE 8 SENTENCES USE THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS TO DO THE DISCUSSION FORUM

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What was the one idea that struck you and why?

Label each entry as you do them whether it’s the title or numbers.
Take a look at the requirements and example below and what’s attached.
What’s required?
Three learning journal entries per week (described below). At least one journal entry per week must address our semester reading, Our Own Worst Enemy, and other readings related to our special focus this semester: threats to US democracy and ways those threats can be mitigated.
Read the prompt details below and reach out if any questions. You aren’t graded on your political views. You are graded on whether you support your views with credible sources and evidence. Credible sources do not include opinionated commentators like Tucker Carlson or Michael Moore. They can be fun to listen to but are not college assignment sources. So too social media memes and conspiracy theories. I’m not joking. People have cited them. Provide evidence and citations to back up your claims to help others fairly evaluate your arguments. Anyone should be able to go to the materials you relied on upon and see for themselves to confirm, disconfirm or challenge your reading of that material. Then, and only then, can a free and open, and INFORMED discussion take place. No one is limiting your right to free speech by asking you to back up your claims, for additional evidence, or questioning the credibility of your sources.
Avoid logical fallacies
You’ll also find common logical fallacies (aka BS arguments) defined on the second part of this page. Once again, use it as a checklist and make sure you are making the best possible case for your point of view in your journals.
Questions to address for each idea in a learning journal
Once you have your three ideas (plus one optional extra credit idea) for the week answer the following four questions for each idea:
1) What was the one idea that struck you and why?
2) How does it connect to what you are learning about in class?
What does this mean? Step 1: As you read each section introduction and each page keep notes on the main idea- something that can be written in a sentence or a short phrase. Step 2: What is the main idea of both the module and the section on your topic page is located in? Step 3: What is the main idea you are writing or about or addressing in your journal entry? Step 4: Go back to your notes. What are the other main ideas from this section or module? Step 5: What main idea is your topic an example of? How does it compare to the other main idea(s)? How is it the same? How is it different? Your answer to Step 5 is your answer to question 2 on how your journal entry connects to what you learning in class.
3) How did it expand your understanding?
4) What would you like to learn more about?
Here are the journal entries
#1: Court Packing (see attachment below)
#2: But does it really work that way?
How a bill really becomes a law: What Schoolhouse Rock missed – YouTube
#3: Schoolhouse Rock Explains how a bill becomes law
Schoolhouse Rock- How a Bill Becomes a Law – YouTube
#4: Supreme Court Procedures
Supreme Court of the United States Procedures: Crash Course Government and Politics #20 – YouTube

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Discuss the process of Presidential selection of U.S. Supreme Court appointments

Provide a minimum response of one complete paragraph to each of the following ten questions as appropriate. Detailed examples should be included in all answers.
Resist the temptation to copy material from any source. All must be written in your own words. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
1. Identify the two U.S. Senators from California by rank and political party. How long have they been Senators? Identify the U.S. Representative representing the Long Beach Area. List his party and legislative district. The Speaker of the California Assembly represents Long Beach. What is his name and political party affiliation?
2.With reference to the U.S. Supreme Court, identify and discuss the “Eight Steps to Judgement” as they perform their role in judicial review. Be as detailed as possible.
3. With reference to the lecture on lawmaking in Congress, outline the process of how a bill becomes law. Then discuss how to get a bill passed. Be as detailed as possible.
4.Why is the President referred to as the “Chief Legislator?” Provide  some examples of how Presidents typically perform this role.
5. Presidents enjoy more latitude in foreign affairs than in domestic affairs. With reference to foreign policy, list and briefly explain at least two of the key roles he plays in his role as “Global Leader.” Identify one foreign policy accomplishment of President Joe Biden this year.
6.Executive orders by the President are not an optimal way to hold bureaucratic agencies accountable. Why? Be specific. Consult the discussion in the lecture on bureaucracy.
7.In terms of keeping the bureaucracy accountable to the people, define and discuss the primary functions of congressional oversight discussed in lecture. List at least one example of a committee in Congress and an agency it oversees.
8.Discuss the process of Presidential selection of U.S. Supreme Court appointments. List factors typically considered by Presidents. The current U.S. Supreme Court (Roberts Court)  is divided along ideological lines.
9.Discuss the rights of criminal defendants found in the constitution and in the Bill of Rights. Be sure to identify the location of each of these rights in these documents.
10.Discuss the purpose and meaning of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Be sure to address the idea of a “wall of separation” and the purpose and application of the Lemon Test in your answer.