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Germany Country Analysis paper$15.00
Germany Country Analysis paper
Select a country not discussed thoroughly by the text and present some of the following
information about your selected country:
• Historical origins of statehood
• Regime type
• Ethnic/cultural/religious identity
• Economic system/development
• Governing institutions
• Electoral institutions
• Stability/regime change
• Role in globalization
• Domestic policies
A 3 page paper is enough space to cover all of the above so please select between 2-4 of the more important/relevant items that your are interested in about the country and
focus on those few items.
Site Analysis Through Concepts of Tradition and Modernity$20.00
Site Analysis Through Concepts of Tradition and Modernity
Female orphan School in Western Sydney
Question – choose a site in Sydney from the list below, and analyse it through the concepts of tradition and modernity. Build your argument around what you see as the connection between the site, the two concepts and the present moment in which we live.
LIABILITY OF STATE IN ENSURING NEUTRALITY OF THE INTERNET$35.00
WHETHER THE STATE IS LIABLE FOR ENSURING THE NEUTRALITY OF THE INTERNET UNDER UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS?
Policy for Haiti’s Food Safety Crisis as a result of Deforestation and Soil Erosion$45.00
The paper is about Policy for Haiti’s Food Safety Crisis as a result of Deforestation and Soil Erosion. areas covered within the paper include the country’s profile, geography, society, economy, political systems, and the policies
Perception between American (west) and the Russian People$45.00
The goal of this paper is to present a combination of “erit” and “emic” perspectives on a cultural tradition related to one of the themes covered in the course (religion, ethnicity, economic system, etc.). Another part of the goal is to explore how cultural and sub-cultural groups are not homogenous in nature because perspectives on central cultural traditions, beliefs, and behaviors are often understood in diverse ways by members of the same community.
You must use at least 7 sources.
Two of the sources must be professional, scholarly sources (book or journal articles). At least five sources must present emic perspectives.
For example, if you were to research sexuality within Cuban-American Santeria, you would draw information from at least two etic (scholarly) books and articles and from at least five emic (“native”) sources and electronic websites or publications (electronic or print) maintained by members of that group.
You will submit a draft of each section throughout the semester, and the final draft is due at the end of the semester. See the Appendix for further details.
The student will choose and discuss five of the seven Essay topics. These topics are posted in the Essays folder on the Learning Web. You may choose to write all six Essays, in which case the lowest Essay grade will be dropped. Your final Essay grade will be the average of all five Essays.