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The review of the documentary (1,500 words) will be made of – Introduction: open

The review of the documentary (1,500 words) will be made of - Introduction: opening sentence, presentation of the movie, articulation of your personal thesis, outline of the essay - Summary of the documentary, where elements that support your thesis are highlighted - Elaboration of your own thesis, that shows appropriation of class content 6 - Conclusion: wraps up the demonstration and opens areas for further reflections. - Full reference list – at least 3 references to class content; external references…

Part Two: Stakeholder Assessment This section of the paper asks you to engage wi

Part Two: Stakeholder Assessment This section of the paper asks you to engage with the parties responsible for addressing the problem. It involves stakeholders, or entities (e.g., agencies, advocacy groups, employee unions, elected officials) that (a) are in a position to participate in policy decisions; (b) stand to gain or lose something, depending on the outcome of a policy decision (e.g., the clients of a specific agency or the public in general); or (c) can heavily influence the outcome of…

Public Leadership and Diversity Instructions Write a 4–5 page paper in which you

Public Leadership and Diversity Instructions Write a 4–5 page paper in which you: Define what a public leader is. Cite experiences and research to support your assertions. Based on your readings, describe and develop an overview of two public leaders—one male and one female—that embody your ideal of a public leader and the leadership theories and styles that they manifest. Reflect on the events of the 1990s and the tremendous social and governmental changes that happened at that time. Discuss…

Continuing with the public policy you selected in the Week 3 assignment, Histori

Continuing with the public policy you selected in the Week 3 assignment, Historical Perspective, you will now describe and expand upon the influence, motives, and impacts of your chosen policy and its parameters. Write a 4–5 page paper in which you: Write a one-page summary of the policy, including the purpose, the context of the problem, and any recommendations or suggestions from the policy to address the problem. (Use your summary skills to keep this to one page.) Identify all…

Should the United States Senate eliminate the Legislative Filibuster? If yes, Wh

Should the United States Senate eliminate the Legislative Filibuster? If yes, Why? If no, Why not? What if anything, does the history of the filibuster teach us about the present and future impact of such a decision? This assignment is a Research Assignment. You must research academic journals, think tank publications, findlaw.com, articles from major newspapers and other reputable sources. (Wikipedia is NOT a credible academic source.) Along with substantive analysis, your papers should reflect what you believe I need…

Find an example of a high-profile incident in which the actions and/or decisions

Find an example of a high-profile incident in which the actions and/or decisions of one or more individuals in the public safety field left citizens questioning the ethics of the action/decision and write a case study about that incident. Your study should address at least the following: Who were the stakeholders potentially impacted by the actions/decisions? What arguments might those involved have made that their actions were ethical Be sure to consider various ethical frameworks when considering this question--for example:…

Write a 4–5 page paper in which you: Determine two leadership theories and two l

Write a 4–5 page paper in which you: Determine two leadership theories and two leadership styles that support the definition of a public leader. Provide a rationale for your response. Discuss the differences, if any, between successful leaders in public, private, and nonprofit organizations. Cite experiences and research to support your assertions. Some think leadership is a born ability. Some think leadership can be learned. Some think leadership is a product of a need or challenge. What do you think?…

Joel Best argues conflicts over how to measure public problems, i.e. “Stat Wars”

Joel Best argues conflicts over how to measure public problems, i.e. “Stat Wars”, are common because the way a problem is defined and measured has consequences for how big a problem appears to be (and thus its importance) and for the types of policies a community should adopt to address it. This makes the process of measuring a public problem not just a technical process, but a political one. Yet he also argues that despite its flaws, statistical measures of…

Once you watch the videos and review the California Court ADR site from the less

Once you watch the videos and review the California Court ADR site from the lesson, search your state(New York) and local government (NEW York City)website for similar programs. Please explain the program you find. Be sure to let the class know what aspects it highlights, what processes it has available and any differences from the California site. Please make sure to include the website link so that others can view the site. For an interesting perspective, take a look at…

Instructions The Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is located in Chillic

Instructions The Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is located in Chillicothe, Ohio along with other earthworks and mounds throughout the state. These sites contain earthworks and mounds that date from around 100 BC to AD 400. A short intro is available at Hopewell Culture - Sacred Spaces. (https://www.nps.gov/hocu/index.htm) Just scroll down the presentation to see the pictures and text. More detail can be found on the National Park Service (NPS) website at Ancient Ohio Trail.(http://www.ancientohiotrail.org/sites)  Hopewell Mound Group( https://www.nps.gov/hocu/learn/historyculture/hopewell-mound-group.htm) and…