six pages research asssignment. 3 sections for research and 1 prompt choice for each. 1. Innovation in China section: China’s green economy: In what areas does China lead the green economy? In what areas it falls behind? Can China achieve its climate commitment? 2. Online democracy or digital China section: What is China’s social credit system? What are the benefits and risks? 3. China’s Foreign Policy section: The conflict over Taiwan: Is war inevitable?
incorporating analysis of Scotland ONE OR MORE other cases, the essay should have knowledge about devolution and territorial politics. please read the instruction paper carefully and follow the structure. (In writing your answer, focus on the sub state government .(Scottish government, and draw comparisons with ONE OR MORE equivalent cases from other sub state such as Quebec or the Catalan government for example when conducting your analysis.). please use academic language in drawing the analysis and comparison. you may use either qualitative or quantitative methods.i have attached a example which would help you understand better the required.
Using (or expanding) the data that has been collected and assessed previously in Assessments 1 and 2, you need to choose a visualisation technique (using either Excel or Tableau) to conduct data analysis and interpret your findings in a rapid policy brief.The focus of Assessment 2 was to present existing evidence drawn from both the academic and practise-based literature and to assess the quality of the data that you collected. In this assessment, you will need to conduct an analysis of the data and draw on that information to assess whether your chosen policy has been working or not.The structure of this rapid policy brief follows the same structure as the Policy brief (Assessment 2); however, we call this a rapid policy brief because you only need to briefly restate your policy problem in the introduction.Important points for your methodology
Interpreting data visualisations
You are expected to show that you are able to use a visualisation technique in Excel or Tableau to further develop the assessment, analysis and interpretation of the data you presented in Assessment 2. This will form part 4 of the Rapid policy brief.Important points for your results
Reflecting on the recommendation that you presented in Assessment 2, the Rapid policy brief is an opportunity to reflect on whether, after analysing the data, you would do things differently in your role as a decision-maker. This discussion will be included in part 5 of the Rapid policy brief.Analysis
When preparing your analysis, consider these points:What does your analysis of the existing data and evidence reveal about the effectiveness of the policy?
What are the patterns and/or trends that you have observed?
Have you identified any gaps in the data?
Drawing on the lessons learned from the data, is there a new approach that you can offer to address the strategic policy problem that you have chosen? This should be made in relation to:policy innovation, or
policy implementation, or
policy learning from overseas.
Please answer ONE of the following questions on British Politics
• What impact did World War Two have on British Politics?
Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative governent marked a radical break with the politics of the previous 30 years.Did New Labour accept the Thatcherite consensus?- Which ideological tradition within the Conservative Party did David Cameron belong?•Britain’s relationship with Europe is best understood as that of an ‘awkward partner”?
1500 words not included references
Students are required to produce a policy memo in which they propose a solution to a domestic policy problem. In this memo, which should be four to five pages in length, students must make an argument to a relevant national political official about how best to solve this policy conundrum.The structure of the paper should be as follows. First, students should briefly identify the issue and discuss the problems surrounding it. Next, students must draw upon a minimum of four academic/legitimate sources from current events-related (e.g., The Wall Street Journal, The Economist) or scholarly (e.g. The American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics) journals in order to explain at least two different potential solutions to this problem. Be sure to compare and contrast these possible solutions. Finally, students must advocate for the solution that they think is best. This is to say that they should consider the strengths and weakness of each approach, explaining why they think one is the better policy response. (The paper must also include a bibliography that lists each source used in either APA or MLA format, which does not count toward the page length requirements.)This policy paper must be double spaced and typed in 12 pt. Times New Roman font. Use one inch margins, and do not use four spaces between paragraphs.Prepare:
Research different domestic policy issues and select one you want to discuss in your final paper this semester.Write:
For this assignment prepare a one paragraph statement of the policy issue to be addressed in your final policy memo
In this final week, you will report your findings and document your research process in a final, well-organized, easy-to-follow, logical, and academically sound political science research paper.In your paper, using the feedback from your instructor over the past four weeks, you will incorporate the following six main sections:Introductory Section (one page)
State the research question and hypothesis.
Discuss your research argument.
Summarize the main parts of your paper.
Problem Background and Significance Section (two pages)
Explain the contextual background and significance of your research topic.
Literature Review Section (three pages)
Analyze the academic literature that focuses on your research topic.
Research Methods Section (two pages)
Formulate a research design process appropriate to your research topic.
Results and Findings Section (two pages)
Synthesize your research results and inferences.
Summary and Conclusions Section (two pages)
Recapitulate the main parts and results of your research.
The Capstone Final PaperMust be at least 12 double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA Style Links to an external site.as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA Formatting for Microsoft Word Links to an external site.resource.
Must include a separate title page with the following:
Title of paper in bold font
Space should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.
Name of institution (University of Arizona Global Campus)
Course name and number
Must utilize academic voice. See the Academic Voice Links to an external site.resource for additional guidance.
Must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper.
For assistance on writing Introductions & Conclusions Links to an external site.as well as Writing a Thesis Statement Links to an external site., refer to the Writing Center resources.
Must use at least eight scholarly, peer-reviewed, credible sources in addition to the course text.
The Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources Links to an external site.table offers additional guidance on appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a particular assignment.
Must document any information used from sources in APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA: Citing Within Your Paper Links to an external site.guide.
Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center. See the APA: Formatting Your References List Links to an external site.resource in the Writing Center for specifications.
all paper details and instructions are uploaded. You may NOT use outside sources. Please only use the textbook and notes uploaded.
I’ve attached the instructions. The received mark for the proposal was a 70, and I’m hoping to get a higher mark for this essay. I’ve reattached the proposal that you’ve written for me to help refresh your memory & I’ve also attached the feedback regarding that proposal. Please do the best you can, I greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
This assignment is for a Political Science Indigenous Related course so please be sure to write specifically for that. I’ve taken a screenshot of the instructions & uploaded it. I also attached the readings; pick one out of the two that I attached & follow the instructions. Thank you kindly.
The purpose of paper is to take a deep dive into one Voting Rights social movement that is both historical and contemporary. You will research the historical roots of your movement, elaborate how that movement adapted to new issues or challenges, observe the movement in action.Prepare a 4-5 page paper that reflects primary source research on the contemporary iterations of your movement. By primary sources, this means that your writing will largely rely on sources that provide firsthand testimony or knowledge of an event or organization. This might include movement produced materials such as letters, pamphlets, ‘zines, video recordings, born digital materials, recordings, photographs, or newspaper accounts.In the essay itself, you will detail the issues facing the contemporary iteration of the movement and the tactics they use.Rubric
briefly describe important and contextual information about the movement in question and builds understanding of context using the worksheet about the 5 P’s: person, placement, purpose, plan, and publicThe paper has a thesis, which in this case should include a statement regarding how the organization adapts to its contemporary context/environment or how the primary document frames the movement organizationUses at least 2 concepts that discuss/interpret the Civil Rights/Voting Rights social movement and/or organization in a contemporary contextMoves beyond description of the document to critically interpret its use of form, design, and rhetorical strategy to create new meaning; addresses how the movement is different or similar in the present in comparison to the past and what this teaches us