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EXAMPLE ESSAY IS ATTACHED… For this first essay, answer the followi

EXAMPLE ESSAY IS ATTACHED…
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• How has this legal tradition allowed the Jewish people to maintain their identity?
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• Has this legal tradition influenced the legal system of the United States?
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Your essay must be 5–6 pages in current Bluebook format and contain at least 5 scholarly sources in addition to/other than the course textbook and the Bible. Wikipedia does NOT count as a scholarly source. INCLUDE headings for clear organization. Cover Pages WILL NOT count toward the page total, and your citations SHOULD BE in-text citations (NOT footnotes, endnotes, reference pages, etc.).

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EXAMPLE ESSAY IS ATTACHED… For this first essay, answer the followi

EXAMPLE ESSAY IS ATTACHED…
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• Is this legal tradition a religious legal system?
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• How has this legal tradition allowed the Jewish people to maintain their identity?
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• Has this legal tradition influenced the legal system of the United States?
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Your essay must be 5–6 pages in current Bluebook format and contain at least 5 scholarly sources in addition to/other than the course textbook and the Bible. Wikipedia does NOT count as a scholarly source. INCLUDE headings for clear organization. Cover Pages WILL NOT count toward the page total, and your citations SHOULD BE in-text citations (NOT footnotes, endnotes, reference pages, etc.).

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Please see attached document for the detailed instructions. I&amp;#039;ve hi

Please see attached document for the detailed instructions. I&amp;#039;ve highlighted in yellow the legal and ethical topics to discuss. Underneath each highlighted topics of discussions are several questions that must all be answered in relation to the topic regarding the case study of Timmco. Try to use the IRAC method: Issue (topic of discussion), Rule (what law did it break?), Application (how does the topic of discussion relate to the Rule/law, and Conclusion (Did Timmco violate the Rule/law regarding the topic?).

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Please see attached document for the detailed instructions. I&amp;#039;ve hi

Please see attached document for the detailed instructions. I&amp;#039;ve highlighted in yellow the legal and ethical topics to discuss. Underneath each highlighted topics of discussions are several questions that must all be answered in relation to the topic regarding the case study of Timmco. Try to use the IRAC method: Issue (topic of discussion), Rule (what law did it break?), Application (how does the topic of discussion relate to the Rule/law, and Conclusion (Did Timmco violate the Rule/law regarding the topic?).

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For your research paper in this course, you will write an analytical research pa

For your research paper in this course, you will write an analytical research paper addressing a topic of your choosing from among the topics covered in this course. As a research paper, your paper will have to answer a significant puzzle related to a course topic.
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For this week’s assignment, you are essentially doing the first two elements of your research paper outlined below and outlining the remainder of the paper.
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Title Page of the Paper: The title of your paper should be brief but should adequately inform the reader of your general topic and the specific focus of your research. Keywords relating to parameters, population, and other specifics are useful. The Title Page must include the title, name, course name and number, and Professor’s Name.
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Introduction, Research Question, and Hypothesis: This section shall provide an overview of the topic that you are writing about, which is in line with this course’s overview and objectives. It shall include a concise synopsis of the issues, and why the topic presents a “puzzle” that prompts your research questions, which you will include.
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Outline: Provide an outline of the remainder of your paper.
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References Page: This assignment should have a minimum of 10 scholarly and/or peer-reviewed references you will use for the final paper.
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Technical Requirements
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Your paper must be at a minimum of 1-2 pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
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Scholarly and credible references should be used. A good rule of thumb is at least 2 scholarly sources per page of content.
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Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
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Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.
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Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.
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All submissions will be graded using the assignment rubric.

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DISCUSSION BOARD PROMPT: The Chthonic legal tradition introduces the idea that e

DISCUSSION BOARD PROMPT: The Chthonic legal tradition introduces the idea that even at the most basic level of society there are legal traditions. In the textbook, the author divides the Chthonic identity into two basic models. Briefly explain these two models, and provide at least 2 examples of the current exchange of Chthonic and western legal information. Are there any similarities between the Christian tradition of oral history and the Chthonic tradition.
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INSTRUCTIONS: For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 1 scholarly citation from 1 scholarly source IN ADDITION TO the textbook/course material in Bluebook format

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An assignment which: a) outlines and compares the roles and functions of th

An assignment which:
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a) outlines and compares the roles and functions of the courts system of England and Wales with respect to their jurisdictional areas (I.e what type work they are involved in);
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b) outlines their position within the English court hierarchy and how they interact with other courts in the structure;
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c) identifies and explains the roles performed in the court by the various legal personnel in the court system.
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With OSCOLA referencing

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Instructions <br />The Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is locate

Instructions
<br />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. 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. Hopewell Mound Group and History Culture. Background videos are at https://www.nps.gov/hocu/learn/photosmultimedia/multimedia.htm.
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<br />The situation is this:
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<br />The earthworks, and particularly the mounds at the Hopewell Mound Group are no longer the size that they were when surveyed originally in 1848. Over the years most of the Earthworks have been plowed under, built over or otherwise destroyed. The National Park Service now owns this property. Their mission is to preserve "unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world." (NPS) Key to this is "To preserve unimpaired." The site General Management Plan (GMP) went through a public environmental process and designated this area be set aside to preserve, protect and interpret the remnants of this group as well as other priorities on p. 4. You can find other regulations that govern the NPS at 36 CFR (pay close attention to Part 68 – The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties and the difference between preservation/rehabilitation/restoration/reconstruction), Standards and Guidelines and other information on Title 54. This sets the stage for the laws that govern the NPS. Now, even though the NPS owns (with the Ohio Historical Society) the land and manages it, and the Hopewell Culture cannot be traced directly back to any specific Native American Tribe, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act also comes into play as earlier excavations have unearthed burial material. In case this is not enough, the site is being considered for World Heritage site recognition and must meet the UNESCO criteria. They are also working with a variety of stakeholders on this nomination. See details at Ohio History.
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<br />With the consideration of the World Heritage application, the GMP has shifted in perspective. Just preserving and keeping grassland is not acceptable any more. However, the internal regulations for the NPS and the other regulatory guidance under which they fall has not changed. But if the property is under prairie showing small raises in the earth when there should be 30 foot mounds, and looks more like a pasture than an earthwork, how will they meet the UNESCO criteria? UNESCO is a proponent of rebuilding (think the rebuilt Great Wall of China – would you travel all the way there to see piles of rubble?). This flies in the face of the other regulations. Part of the purpose of the World Heritage Grant is to increase tourism so the experience a person has is as important as the preservation aspect. So, the problem is how do you represent the earthworks in question? One hundred years of history in the US is adamantly opposed to reconstruction. NPS says you should not reconstruct historic features except in extraordinary circumstances. Your job is to look at all the regulations and determine what the appropriate actions should be. Is this a legal issue? Moral/ethical because of the Native American component? Or purely economic? How do the regulations support each other? Contradict each other? How would you advise the NPS to proceed based on these criteria? Are there "work arounds" that would allow them to meet the intent of the regulations but satisfy the need to show a site worthy of World Heritage designation? As a public administrator, you will not be as involved in case law as you will this type of decision. How will you proceed?
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<br />Please prepare a 15 – 18-page paper (text, not front or back matter) on your response. Be sure to cite your sources in APA format. You can find additional information on the APUS Library Guide at Pubadmin under the Special Topics Hopewell Resources. You need at least 15 sources to include the regulations.

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Provide a post to discuss this week the difference between ethical decisions, mo

Provide a post to discuss this week the difference between ethical decisions, moral decisions and legal decisions made by the emergency management manager. To do so, please create your own scenario. It should be set in the District of Columbia’s Emergency management agency. Please fill in enough information so your peers can make an educated analysis, for instance the location (Washington, D.C.) and the agency (DCEMA) so they can find the code. Don’t offer your thoughts on whether the scenario is a situation which would present an ethical, moral and/or legal dilemma.

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Provide a post to discuss this week the difference between ethical decisions, mo

Provide a post to discuss this week the difference between ethical decisions, moral decisions and legal decisions made by the emergency management manager. To do so, please create your own scenario. It should be set in the District of Columbia’s Emergency management agency. Please fill in enough information so your peers can make an educated analysis, for instance the location (Washington, D.C.) and the agency (DCEMA) so they can find the code. Don’t offer your thoughts on whether the scenario is a situation which would present an ethical, moral and/or legal dilemma.