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hello tutor please help me rewrite my case analysis with my tutor’s instruction

hello tutor please help me rewrite my case analysis with my tutor’s
instruction and requirment.
At the same time, please read the example and original case carefully.

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Students are required to provide independent research (not provided by instructo

Students are required to provide independent research (not provided by instructor) in support of their answers. Use the most current and reliable sources. Provide citation at bottom of discussion answer (link/source/date.) Demonstrate complete understanding of issue with an in-depth and detailed analysis supported by clear descriptions and explanantions. Analysis is thought provoking and encourages more discussion and comments. Superior quality in comparison to most students.. Excellent integration of research to support claim.

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Instructions for the essay • Must be an argumentative essay, which means you mus

Instructions for the essay
• Must be an argumentative essay, which means you must provide information about the topic
and present an argument with supporting and opposing ideas on a contentious issue. For more
information on how to write an argumentative paper, check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/05/
o Please note that descriptive essays which largely “re-tell the story” cannot qualify for
a grade greater than C+.
• Must be a minimum of 1200 words to a maximum of 1500 words – including parenthetical
notes, but excluding works cited and cover page
o Note: Under length Deficiency Penalty = –10
• Should have a separate Cover Page which has: your name, your student number, this course’s
number and title, and my name
• Must be typed in 12pt font in Times New Roman
• Must be written in formal academic English, obeying formal British or American or Canadian
grammar, spelling, and language rules – check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/
o Please Note: Marks will not be deducted for occasional errors in grammar or spelling;
the mark primarily reflects the student’s ability to analyse, organise and review a topic
in the review format. However, significant or consistent style problems will lower the
final grade
• Must have an introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion, and bibliography/works cited
• Must have page numbers
• Must be double-spaced
• For this paper, use a citation style of your choice. For guidelines:
https://www.lib.uwo.ca/essayhelp/index.html
o Note: No Citations Penalty = –10%
• Must have a Works Cited list in alphabetical order
• Good academic sources: journal articles and books through UWO’s online journal retrievals
systems
• At least four scholarly journals or book sources
• No textbooks are considered as part of your academic sources and should be used sparingly
for only limited factual or statistical data
• Due Date:
o November 21
st, 2022
• A Marking Sheet shows other expectations for your paper.
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• The paper MUST be submitted electronically in Word format. Any other formats will not be
accepted. The essay has to be forwarded to the drop-box on OWL by 11:59 p.m. on the due
date. There will be a penalty of 2% per day for late papers. If you are late, don’t hesitate to
contact me before the deadline. No essay will be accepted after one week past the deadline.
The only reason for missing a deadline is an illness or a personal crisis. In both cases, you must
document your reason for the late submission.

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Instructions for the essay • Must be an argumentative essay, which means you mus

Instructions for the essay
• Must be an argumentative essay, which means you must provide information about the topic
and present an argument with supporting and opposing ideas on a contentious issue. For more
information on how to write an argumentative paper, check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/05/
o Please note that descriptive essays which largely “re-tell the story” cannot qualify for
a grade greater than C+.
• Must be a minimum of 1200 words to a maximum of 1500 words – including parenthetical
notes, but excluding works cited and cover page
o Note: Under length Deficiency Penalty = –10
• Should have a separate Cover Page which has: your name, your student number, this course’s
number and title, and my name
• Must be typed in 12pt font in Times New Roman
• Must be written in formal academic English, obeying formal British or American or Canadian
grammar, spelling, and language rules – check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/
o Please Note: Marks will not be deducted for occasional errors in grammar or spelling;
the mark primarily reflects the student’s ability to analyse, organise and review a topic
in the review format. However, significant or consistent style problems will lower the
final grade
• Must have an introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion, and bibliography/works cited
• Must have page numbers
• Must be double-spaced
• For this paper, use a citation style of your choice. For guidelines:
https://www.lib.uwo.ca/essayhelp/index.html
o Note: No Citations Penalty = –10%
• Must have a Works Cited list in alphabetical order
• Good academic sources: journal articles and books through UWO’s online journal retrievals
systems
• At least four scholarly journals or book sources
• No textbooks are considered as part of your academic sources and should be used sparingly
for only limited factual or statistical data
• Due Date:
o November 21
st, 2022
• A Marking Sheet shows other expectations for your paper.
7
• The paper MUST be submitted electronically in Word format. Any other formats will not be
accepted. The essay has to be forwarded to the drop-box on OWL by 11:59 p.m. on the due
date. There will be a penalty of 2% per day for late papers. If you are late, don’t hesitate to
contact me before the deadline. No essay will be accepted after one week past the deadline.
The only reason for missing a deadline is an illness or a personal crisis. In both cases, you must
document your reason for the late submission.

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Discussion Essay: Produce a 500 word+ discussion essay addressing the following

Discussion Essay: Produce a 500 word+ discussion essay addressing the following discussion prompt. Be sure to give me college level writing, free from obvious spelling and grammar errors, that is well organized, using paragraphs and proper formatting. For credit, this essay needs to be posted directly into your discussion window; attachments are not graded. Also, you need to incorporate at least two sources (one can be your book) into your analysis, and properly site these sources using endline and end-of-document citations and live links if your reference contains a web address. Please post the main part of your essay by Friday, and offer a meaningful reply to at least two classmates by Sunday.
The 2022 Midterm elections are thought to have one of the highest midterm elections ever with turnout estimated at near 50% of the voting age population. What? How is 50% impressive? The 2022 Midterms estimate the young voters, age 18 to 29 turned out in great numbers, with nearly 27% casting a vote. Again, what? Sounds low, doesn’t it.
In the 2020 Presidential Election we had a higher than normal voter turnout with an estimated 65% of eligible voters voting. In the 2018 midterm election, we almost set a record for voting turnout in a midterm election. As of current counts, 49.3% percent of eligible voters cast ballots, that is about 116 million adults, actually more adults than the highest percentage of eligible voters set in 1914 at 50.4%. This midterm saw a increase of approximately 12% in voter turnout from the 2014 midterm election. Great, yes? Hmm. Maybe, if the trend continues.
In perspective, still less than half of all possible voters voted; even will all the election hype, in one of our best midterm turnouts ever, less than half of us bothered to vote. Would it ever be possible to see turnouts of 70% or 80% in what we argue is one of the greatest countries in the world? In the last regional municipal election held April 3rd, of 2018, voter turnout was abysmal. The average voting turnout for all of St. Louis County was only 14%. The City of Wildwood, where campus is located, had 15% of their voters turn out. In November, the City of St. Louis, where a tax increase was on the ballot to increase police pay, only sported a turnout rate of 21%. Even the final numbers for the 2016 election shows that only a little more than half of the nation’s voting age population voted (56.9%) in the general election. Turnout in the 2016 presidential primary elections was also not that impressive. For example, although Missouri, which holds an open primary, saw a slight increase in primary voting, still only 31% of those age 18 and older voted (or only 39% of those actually registered). According to Pew Research, in the first 12 primaries of 2016, combined Republican turnout was 17.3% of eligible voters while Democratic turnout was 11.7% And, these horribly low figures represent increases in turnout from previous early primary elections. Similarly, midterm voter turnout in 2014 was the lowest in 72 years at 36.3 percent nationally. In April 2015, where there were focused get-out-the-vote efforts in Ferguson, voting turnout remained disheartening. In Ward 3, which includes Michael Brown’s neighborhood and businesses destroyed from looting, only 19% of voters cast ballots. Voter turnout in the United States for presidential elections has been low for many years, even with the 2008 and 2012 slight increases. There was a slight jump to 62.3% in 2008 in the election of our first bi-racial president. However, voter turnout was back down to around 40% in the 2010 midterm elections with only 20% of those between the ages of 18 and 29 voting. Voting turnout was up again in 2012 to about 57.5%, but then dropped dramatically again in the 2014 midterms so that just over a third of those eligible to vote turned out (again, 36.7%).
What is going on? Typically speaking, American’s are fairly patriotic and proud of their democratic form of government, but yet we do not in great numbers exercise our fundamental right to vote.
Voter turnout as been higher in Iraq, and higher in previous multi-day elections in Egypt, where people were literally risking their lives to vote. Political scientists believe that one reason why voting turnout in the U.S. even made 58% in 2012 was the result of citizen “push-back” against last minute election laws many thought were designed to suppress voter participation. And in 2016, angry voters may be one reason we maintained a turnout above 50%. Voter turnout in the United States is among the lowest of all democratized nations on earth. According to a Pew Research article posted on November 1, 2022, the U.S. ranks only 21st in voting of all of these nations. What gives?
Based on your text, notes, and consumption of political media, why do you think voter turnout in the U.S. is so low? If you do not vote, what are the barriers keeping you from showing up at the polls? Of those of you who are age 18 and older and did NOT vote in this midterm election, what are your reasons? If you voted, what are your reasons? Would have voted if extra credit was not awarded? Why or why not? What are some remedies that might work to get more people both informed about the candidates and their policy positions, and actually casting a ballot? Do you think having a direct election of the President (meaning, amending the Constitution to do away with the Electoral College) would help? Or, is working to get more people to vote a “bad” thing, since some argue that these new voters would most likely be casting uninformed ballots and voting on the basis of “who they would like to have a beer with” or who they find most physically attractive.

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Instructions for the essay • Must be an argumentative essay, which means you mus

Instructions for the essay
• Must be an argumentative essay, which means you must provide information about the topic
and present an argument with supporting and opposing ideas on a contentious issue. For more
information on how to write an argumentative paper, check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/05/
o Please note that descriptive essays which largely “re-tell the story” cannot qualify for
a grade greater than C+.
• Must be a minimum of 1200 words to a maximum of 1500 words – including parenthetical
notes, but excluding works cited and cover page
o Note: Under length Deficiency Penalty = –10
• Should have a separate Cover Page which has: your name, your student number, this course’s
number and title, and my name
• Must be typed in 12pt font in Times New Roman
• Must be written in formal academic English, obeying formal British or American or Canadian
grammar, spelling, and language rules – check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/
o Please Note: Marks will not be deducted for occasional errors in grammar or spelling;
the mark primarily reflects the student’s ability to analyse, organise and review a topic
in the review format. However, significant or consistent style problems will lower the
final grade
• Must have an introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion, and bibliography/works cited
• Must have page numbers
• Must be double-spaced
• For this paper, use a citation style of your choice. For guidelines:
https://www.lib.uwo.ca/essayhelp/index.html
o Note: No Citations Penalty = –10%
• Must have a Works Cited list in alphabetical order
• Good academic sources: journal articles and books through UWO’s online journal retrievals
systems
• At least four scholarly journals or book sources
• No textbooks are considered as part of your academic sources and should be used sparingly
for only limited factual or statistical data
• Due Date:
o November 21
st, 2022
• A Marking Sheet shows other expectations for your paper.
7
• The paper MUST be submitted electronically in Word format. Any other formats will not be
accepted. The essay has to be forwarded to the drop-box on OWL by 11:59 p.m. on the due
date. There will be a penalty of 2% per day for late papers. If you are late, don’t hesitate to
contact me before the deadline. No essay will be accepted after one week past the deadline.
The only reason for missing a deadline is an illness or a personal crisis. In both cases, you must
document your reason for the late submission.

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Instructions for the essay • Must be an argumentative essay, which means you mus

Instructions for the essay
• Must be an argumentative essay, which means you must provide information about the topic
and present an argument with supporting and opposing ideas on a contentious issue. For more
information on how to write an argumentative paper, check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/05/
o Please note that descriptive essays which largely “re-tell the story” cannot qualify for
a grade greater than C+.
• Must be a minimum of 1200 words to a maximum of 1500 words – including parenthetical
notes, but excluding works cited and cover page
o Note: Under length Deficiency Penalty = –10
• Should have a separate Cover Page which has: your name, your student number, this course’s
number and title, and my name
• Must be typed in 12pt font in Times New Roman
• Must be written in formal academic English, obeying formal British or American or Canadian
grammar, spelling, and language rules – check out:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/
o Please Note: Marks will not be deducted for occasional errors in grammar or spelling;
the mark primarily reflects the student’s ability to analyse, organise and review a topic
in the review format. However, significant or consistent style problems will lower the
final grade
• Must have an introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion, and bibliography/works cited
• Must have page numbers
• Must be double-spaced
• For this paper, use a citation style of your choice. For guidelines:
https://www.lib.uwo.ca/essayhelp/index.html
o Note: No Citations Penalty = –10%
• Must have a Works Cited list in alphabetical order
• Good academic sources: journal articles and books through UWO’s online journal retrievals
systems
• At least four scholarly journals or book sources
• No textbooks are considered as part of your academic sources and should be used sparingly
for only limited factual or statistical data
• Due Date:
o November 21
st, 2022
• A Marking Sheet shows other expectations for your paper.
7
• The paper MUST be submitted electronically in Word format. Any other formats will not be
accepted. The essay has to be forwarded to the drop-box on OWL by 11:59 p.m. on the due
date. There will be a penalty of 2% per day for late papers. If you are late, don’t hesitate to
contact me before the deadline. No essay will be accepted after one week past the deadline.
The only reason for missing a deadline is an illness or a personal crisis. In both cases, you must
document your reason for the late submission.

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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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Did a policy agenda emerge in response to media or public demand?

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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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–.