One of the most vital processes of the last several decades has been the emergence and development of the process of globalisation. According to the definition given by Andrew Heywood “globalization is the emergence of a complex web of interconnectedness that means our lives are increasingly shaped by the events that occur, and the decisions that are made, at a greater distance from us. The central feature of globalization is therefor the geographical distance is of a declining relevance and the territorial boundaries, such as those between nation states are becoming less significant”  . One of the significant characteristic of globalisation is the “Time- space compression”. Through the advances in technology, it is easier to communicate and travel internationally and also that the speed at which these things are accomplished has greatly increased  . This aspect of globalisation has a wider impact on the global commerce were the advances in technology have led to an integration and interconnectedness of the global economy. The pace at which transactions can take place has led to an increased global focus on the integration of economies and has led to the increased involvement of private business actors in the realm of international finance and international markets. Modern technologies have moreover facilitated a scale and speed of communication that is unprecedented  . The UNDP human development report  explains that “the fusion of computing and communications especially through the internet has broken the bounds of cost, time and distance launching an era of global information networking”. The Internet, digital technologies and the evolution of E-commerce (Electronic Commerce) raised new challenges for the Intellectual property right holders in the digital world. Materials protected by copyright and related rights constitute much of the valuable subject matter of ecommerce. This situation has a wide-ranging impact on the right of copyright holders’ because they permit new ways of creating, using, and duplicating works of authorship. In the digital world copies can be made cheaply and distributed widely by individuals. The copyright laws that were set to compact with the problems in the physical world had to deal with the issues in the digital world. To achieve the same the copyright laws has to undergo drastic changes. In this context this paper attempts to analyse the evolution of Ecommerce in the background of globalisation and its implications on the Copyright laws. The paper will also focus on the various measures adopted by the national governments to prevent the infringement of copyright in the digital world. The paper excludes the disputes related to domain names, Patents and Trademarks. EVOLUTION OF E COMMERCE In the 1990s the information technology led to a new revolution through the commercialization of internet. The limitations of networked systems like the cost structure and that related to geographical limits became irrelevant. Old traditions about the cost structure and geographic limits of networked systems turn out to be irrelevant and it became easy to form a worldwide system quickly and inexpensively. Business people seized this opportunity and responded by creating entirely new types of businesses and fundamentally altering existing businesses. The once limited strategic use of information technology became widespread. Thus new terms were created to label this revolution: electronic commerce (more commonly called ecommerce) and electronic business (eBusiness)  . In the present scenario we can see the business world is transitioning from a physical reality based on atoms to a digital one of bits  .The term commerce is viewed by some as transactions conducted between business partners. Therefore, the term eCommerce seems to be fairly narrow to some people. Thus the term eBusiness refers to a broader definition of eCommerce, not just buying and selling but also servicing customers and collaborating with business partners, and conducting electronic transactions within an organization. Business-to-business eCommerce is the largest gold rush international commerce has seen for decades. It may be the largest ever Bridging the profound gap between the way traditional businesses are run and the way virtual communities will be built.  The rapid growth of the Internet and associated technologies have created a new business environment and opened up numerous new possibilities for conducting and managing businesses. Terms such as digital economy, eBusiness, and eCommerce are being used to characterize these developments.  Businesses have become internet worked eBusiness enterprises. The Internet and Internet-like networks inside the enterprise (intranets), between an enterprise and its trading partners (extranets), and other types of networks are now the primary information technology infrastructure of many organizations. The Internet is a network of networks. The internet worked eBusiness enterprise enables managers, business professionals, teams, and workgroups to electronically exchange data and information anywhere in the world with other end users, customers, suppliers, and business partners. Companies and workgroups can thus collaborate more creatively, manage their business operations and resources more effectively, and compete successfully in today’s fast-changing global economy  . PRINCIPLES of E COMMERCE Organization of Economic Corporation and Development (OECD) deals with five broad themes for a better understanding of eCommerce.  1. Ecommerce transforms the marketplace: ecommerce is changing the way business is conducted. Traditional intermediary functions will be replaced, new products and markets will be developed, and new and far closer relationships will be created between business and consumers. It will change the organization of work: new channels of knowledge diffusion and human interactivity in the workplace will be opened with more flexibility and adaptability will be needed, and workers’ functions and skills will be redefined. 2. Ecommerce has a catalytic effect: Ecommerce will serve to accelerate and diffuse more widely changes that are already under way in the economy, such as the reform of regulations, the establishment of electronic links between businesses (EDI), the globalization of economic activity, and the demand for higher-skilled workers. Likewise, many sectorial trends already underway, such as e-banking, direct booking of travel, and one-to-one marketing, are accelerated by ecommerce. 3. ECommerce over the Internet vastly increases interactivity in the economy: These linkages now extend down to small businesses and households and reach out to the world at large. Access will shift away from personal computers to cheap and easy-to-use TVs and telephones to devices yet to be invented. People will increasingly have the ability to communicate and transact business anywhere, anytime. This will have a profound impact, not the least of which will be the erosion of economic and geographic boundaries. 4. Openness is an underlying technical and philosophical tenet of the expansion of ecommerce: The widespread adoption of the Internet as a platform for business is due to its non-proprietary standards and open nature as well as to the huge industry that has evolved to support it. The economic power that stems from joining a large network will help to ensure that new standards remain open. More importantly, openness has emerged as a strategy, with many of the most successful eCommerce ventures granting business partner and consumers unparallel access to their inner workings, abases, and personnel. This has led to a shift in the role of consumers, who are increasingly implicated as partners in product design and creation. An expectation of openness is building on the part of consumers/citizens, which will cause transformations, for better (e.g. increased transparency, competition) or for worse (e.g. potential invasion of privacy) in the economy and society. 5. Ecommerce alters the relative importance of time: Many of the routines that help define the look and feel of the economy and society are a function of time: mass production is the fastest way of producing at the lowest cost; one’s community tends to be geographically determined because time is a determinant of proximity. Ecommerce is reducing the importance of time by speeding up production cycles, allowing firms to operate in close coordination and enabling consumers to conduct transactions around the clock. As the role of time changes, so will the structure of business and social activities, causing potentially large impacts. In a nutshell the benefits of Ecommerce are, they offer personalization, high quality customer service and improved supply-chain management. This features of ecommerce has led to a wide scope of Intellectual Property transactions, especially the copyright works in the digital world and thus raise the challenges of protection of the same in the digital world. IMPACT of ECOMMERCE on COPYRIGHT Copyright is a legal term describing rights given to creators for their literary and artistic works. The kinds of works covered by copyright include literary works such as novels, poems, plays, reference works, newspapers, and computer programs; databases; films, musical compositions, and choreography; artistic works such as paintings, drawings, photographs and sculpture; architecture; and advertisements, maps, and technical drawings  . Copyright motivates the creative activity of authors and thereby provides the public with the products of those creators. By granting authors exclusive rights, the public receives the benefit of literature and music and other creative works that might not otherwise be created or disseminated. Effective copyright protection promotes a new Cyber-marketplace of ideas, expression, and products  . The internet has paved the way for new ways of creating, using and duplicating copyrighted works. Internet and other digital technologies raise new issues for copyright law because they permit new ways of creating, using, and duplicating works of authorship. Copies are made cheap and the distributions of the same are done at a greater pace in the digital world. This creates the major challenge in the present scenario for copyright holders. In this context it is worth to discuss the implications of globalisation of information and its impact on intellectual property laws. The growth of digital information in the background of globalisation has a wider impact on the domestic and international intellectual property regimes. This has led to the standardization of Intellectual Property laws and demand for greater protection. The literature of recent years advocates that these effects on Intellectual Property have positive impact on the intellectual property producing nations and transnational corporations. Another argument put forth in this context is that the sovereignty of the state is compromised to strong and powerful private entities .It is possible that the prevalence of such writings in the literature is a response to the movement toward harmonization and stronger intellectual property protections and an attempt to ensure that some of the less heard voices are expressed.  Globalization of intellectual property laws is leading to an erosion of state sovereignty or, at least, “profound transformations” in our notions of sovereignty  The Internet poses a threat to copyright laws, especially in the areas of illegal music copying and distribution. The Internet is made up of millions of sites with millions of users potentially viewing those sites daily. It is very easy for users to download information from other peoples’ sites and in many cases this activity is not easily monitored. A user with a personal web page may also upload files to the server where the page is located and then allow other users to copy that file, regardless of the fact that it may be copyrighted.  The international character of E commerce raises questions about the nature of traditional legal systems in general, and intellectual property law in particular. They are based on notions of sovereignty and territoriality. The Internet, in contrast, like the movement of weather within the global climate, largely ignores distinctions based on territorial borders. Instead, infrastructure, code and language have thus far had a greater bearing on the reach of its currents  . For example, the most fundamental issue raised for the fields of copyright is the determination of the scope of protection in the digital environment involving how rights are defined, and what exceptions and limitations are permitted. Other important issues include how rights are enforced and administered in this environment; who in the chain of dissemination of infringing material can be held legally responsible for the infringement; and questions of jurisdiction and applicable law. The Internet is multi-jurisdictional. Users can access the Internet from almost any place on earth. The unique feature of digitized information is that they travel through various countries and jurisdictions before reaching its final destination. The major legal issue arise in this context is the problem of jurisdiction to adjudicate a dispute at a particular location. Secondly there arises the question of law that can be made available to the disputes and finally the recognition and enforcement of judgements in courts in foreign jurisdictions. The economic pressures and the growing international significance of copyright have led to new laws. These new laws are overwhelmingly in furtherance of expanding protection, easier protection, and longer protection.  There is no standard international copyright law, but an international system exists were a set of norms based on national laws. There exist two different traditions with regard to copyrighted works such as common law and the civil law. Public benefit is the principal focus of copyright systems for which the countries the countries that followed common law tradition. In the civil law tradition copyright works are treated as an author’s natural human rights, or part of one’s right of personality. Thus, under this system, the protection of an author’s moral rights is as essential as the corresponding protection of his/her economic rights. The concept of copyright itself witnessed a drastic change along with the development of technology. In the age of printing press copyright was a restriction on the publishers and authors rather than on the readers. Now in the present context the age of the printing press is coming to an end and the age of the computer networks has taken the way. The computer networks and the transactions in the digital world are now taking us back to a scenario that existed at the age of printing press were anybody who can read can also make a copy of his own. This has directed to a different situation were the there is a drastic change in the working of the copyright laws; Copyright law is now no longer an industrial regulation rather it is a draconian restriction on the general public. Earlier the copyright laws were used to restrict the publishers and to protect the authors now in the present scenario copyright laws are used to restrict the public for the sake of publishers. In the present scenario the publishers are vigilant in protecting their copyright and they wish to increase copyright powers to the maximum extent point where they have complete control over the information. The publishers in fact started compelling the national governments for more copyright powers. These situations led to creation of stringent laws were more powers were given to the publishers and freedoms of the public are being taken away to a large extent. The Passing of Digital Millennium Copyright Act by the US can be cited in this context. Similar laws were passed in Australia and European countries as well. In order to prevent the infringement of copyright in the digital world various methods have been adopted. Firstly harsh punishments are inflicted on copyright violators. The word pirate was earlier used to refer the publishers who failed to pay the authors, but in the present scenario it is used to refer the public who escapes from the control of the publisher. In the globalised era of information it is observed that the publishers are compelling the governments to amend the copyright laws to give themselves more power. The publishers are purchasing the laws to empower themselves. Secondly the publishers are also trying to extend the duration of copyright. So the publishers are purchasing laws to give themselves more power. In addition, they’re also extending the duration of the copyright. This can be assumed from the speech delivered by Richard Stallman were he points out “The U.S. Constitution says that copyright must last for a limited time, but the publishers want copyright to last forever. However, getting a constitutional amendment would be rather difficult, so they found an easier way that achieves the same result. Every 20 years they retroactively extend copyright by 20 years. So the result is, at any given time, copyright nominally lasts for a certain period and any given copyright will nominally expire someday. But that expiration will never be reached because every copyright will be extended by 20 years every 20 years; thus no work will ever go into the public domain again. This has been called “perpetual copyright on the instalment plan.”  The law which was passed in US in the year 1998 that extended the copyright protection for twenty more years was called the “Mickey Mouse Copyright Extension Act”. One of the main champions of this law was Disney. The copyright of Disney was about to fall in the public domain by the year 2003 and to extend the duration of their copyright they compelled the US government to amend the copyright law. Similar instances can be pointed out from various national copyright legislations across the world. CONCLUSION In the current environment it is seen that globalisation is carried out by a number of policies that are done in the name of economic efficiency or free trade treaties. These treaties are drafted in such a way to empower the Business corporates over laws and policies. They’re not really about free trade. These treaties transfer power to business corporates and the national governments find themselves in a situation were they can’t protect the interest of their own citizens. In the present scenario it is the foreign companies having more power than citizens of the country. The copyright treaties that were designed in the in the 90’s begin to impose copyright throughout the world in more powerful and restrictive way. The distinctive features of these treaties were they are controlled by corporate giants. It is an accepted reality that strong Copyright protection hinders the development of a country. When the US was a developing country, The US failed to recognize foreign copyrights because they were well aware of the fact that it can be an obstacle in their development, but in the present scenario the developing countries are compelled to amend their copyright laws for empowering the publishers of developed nations and to protect their copyright in the digital world. The US threatens the developing nations to go against their own interest. In the present scenario it is seen that the existing legal regime for protecting the copyright in the era of digitisation doesn’t serve the interest of the public. Developing countries like India are also vigilant in protecting the copyright especially in the felid of software’s. In the recent years, the Indian court shows growing concern and willingness to enforce intellectual property rights. In the 21st century, intellectual property plays an ever more important role on the international stage. The evolution of ecommerce in the context of globalisation had a widespread impact on the Intellectual Property copyrights. There are further digital copyright issues yet to be successfully addressed in the world of ecommerce.
KFSU Speculations on The Progress in Geographic Information Systems Paper.
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Copy & paste answers from Step 4: Test Hypothesis here Copy & paste answers from Step 5: Propose Action PlanIntroductionIn this activity you must define your own scope of analysis in response to the security problem assigned to you (CILO 1), identify factors relevant to your scope of analysis, evaluate their relationship, & propose a GIS-testable hypothesis (CILO 2), defend a chosen method, collect available data, and generate output using GIS software (CILO 3), and finally you will report on the results (CILO 4).TaskEach student will be given an open-ended security scenario. Follow the process below and answer questions on your problem based on the criteria given in the CILOs.ProcessStep 11. Find your assigned security scenario from your section pdf file.2. Open attached Portfolio Project Template. This will be your Project Portfolio document.3. Write down your assigned security-related problem.Step 21. Write a title: GIS Scope of Analysis2. Answer the following questions: i. Describe the background of the problem: you should be able to convert a vague problem statement or observation into a detailed and concrete description of relevant variables, properly contextualized in terms of both geography and policy. ii. Finding similar examples that have been researched in the past and using security science theory to create a framework for analysis. iii. Compare potential GIS analytical approaches to define your supported GIS question.Step 31. Write a title: Formulating a Hypothesis2. Answer the following questions: i. Identify factors (be they variables, parameters or whatever) pertinent to the scope of analysis. ii. create a statement proposing explanatory relationships should be constructed that is fully explained and clearly links back to the original problem and scope of analysis.Step 41. Write a title: Test Hypothesis2. Select and describe a method of GIS analysis that can be implemented through software3. Describe the necessary data from appropriate data sources that you would need to make a mapStep 51. Write a title: Propose Action Plan2. Propose action plan supported by your GIS analysis and relevant security science theory3. Discuss local (Saudi) implementation of your action plan4. Give references to international best practices that support your planStep 61. Upload completed document with four (4) titles and questions answered to Blackboard.
KFSU Speculations on The Progress in Geographic Information Systems Paper
The following is a brief outline of the information needed to write an analysis for the mini-casesIntroductionProblem BackgroundAlternatives (at least two) to solve problem; use information from the assigned reading and other academic sources to support your work.Recommendation (based from alternatives); use information from the assigned reading and other academic sources to support your work.ConclusionHello Leaders!(It is imperative that you take time to read the Course synopsis page. This explains the jobs and weekly rotation assignments. If you do not read it, you will be completely lost. So, grab a cup of coffee, read the synopsis, and take notes).You have been hired on a 10 week contract with the WSBN Trojan Trojan Network Broadcasting Show. Our mission is to discover exciting stories as it relates to leadership and change in the world today. We explore the good, bad, and the ugly in our attempts to unveil the “FIFTY SHADES OF LEADERS” in our virtual reality classroom.You have been selected to appear on the show to serve in one of the following five roles (see below). Each designated week, you will rotate into a different assigned role with your assigned group. Group members will be assigned the Friday before the course start date.Attendance and Posting Requirements: Deliverables should be copied and pasted from word into blackboard and not submitted as an attached file. You must place your assigned job title and a catchy phrase in the subject area of the discussion response to receive credit for your work. For example, the Personality Host would write, Personality Host-(Applicable Topic).You must submit a minimum 1.5-2 page word document deliverable (double spaced) in the assigned team’s discussion forum (equivalent to a one to two page word document). Your deliverables are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Wednesdays. Students are strongly encouraged to review their weekly rotated assignments and prepare assignments in advance to prevent posting delays. Upon submission of your deliverable, you must revisit the forum at least two additional days and comment on at least two peer postings.You are encouraged to be original and creative in your delivery of information. Television personalities are a MUST! A sense of humor coupled with accurate research is encouraged. Each deliverable must be accompanied by a minimum of 2 documented sources (limited to the textbook and one additional PEER REVIEWED academic source). You MUST include information from the chapter reading assignment AND one peer reviewed article to meet my expectations. Including information from the text means using concepts, terms, and researched information that is pertinent to your deliverable regardless of your job roles.Leadership Behavioral analyst (Job C) Provides an analysis of 1 selected case application of choice to discuss among your peers. Selected minicases can be located at the end of each chapter. The selected case application should be selected from one of the two chapters assigned each week. Note: See announcements for guide on writing case analysis.The question is : Briefly Review the Leader-Follower Model in Chapter 13. Response to the following question with appropriate academic support (the book and 2 peer reviews): Why are the best leaders also great followers?Requirements: 2 pageWritten as a Leadership Diversity Specialist-DLeadership Diversity Specialist (Job D) Discusses the challenges and opportunities of leaders in an organization as it relates to one of the following: Week 1: Gender Differences in the workplace Week 2: Generational differences, Week 3: Ethnic differences, Week 4: Religious Differences in the workplace Week 5: Physically and/or mentally challenged workers, and Week 6: Experiential (Examples include: retired military, retired athletes, homemakers, single parents, political refugees).
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1. What is the IP address and TCP port number used by the client computer (source) that is transferring the file to gaia.cs.umass.edu? To answer this question, it’s probably easiest to select an HTTP message and explore the details of the TCP packet used to carry this HTTP message, using the “details of the selected packet header window” The source IP address is 192.168.1.102 and source TCP port is 1161 2. What is the IP address of gaia.cs.umass.edu? On what port number is it sending and receiving TCP segments for this connection? The IP address of gaia.cs.umass.edu is 184.108.40.206 and the port number it is using for sending and receiving TCP segments is port 80. 3. What is the sequence number of the TCP SYN segment that is used to initiate the TCP connection between the client computer and gaia.cs.umass.edu? What is it in the segment that identifies the segment as a SYN segment? The sequence number of the TCP SYN segment that is used to initiate the TCP connection between the client computer and gaia.cs.umass.edu is 0. The segment is identified as a SYN segment since the flag SYN bit is set to 1. 4. What is the sequence number of the SYNACK segment sent by gaia.cs.umass.edu to the client computer in reply to the SYN? What is the value of the ACKnowledgement field in the SYNACK segment? How did gaia.cs.umass.edu determine that value? What is it in the segment that identifies the segment as a SYNACK segment? Sequence number of the SYNACK segment sent by gaia.cs.umass.edu to the client computer in reply to the SYN is 0. The value of the Acknowledgement field in the SYNACK segment is 1 and the segment is identified as a SYNACK segment since the flag SYN
University of Phoenix Transformational Leadership Consists of Four Factors Discussion
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answer the 3 responses in a min 200 words for each question with or without a reference.1. According to Krishnan (2005) Transformational leadership consists of four factors—charismatic leadership or idealized influence, inspirational leadership or motivation, intellectual stimulation, and individualized consideration. Followers have complete faith in charismatic leaders, feel proud to be associated with them, and trust their capacity to overcome any obstacle. This complete faith in the leader and the respect that is generated serves as a major strength to this form of leadership. Transformational leaders are exceptional at generating change, whether the change is good or bad for the organization.According to Krishnan (2005) the LMX theory focus on the dyadic relationship between leader and follower where leaders and followers develop dyadic relationships. Unfortunately, many leaders will treat individual followers differently, resulting in two groups of followers. There is an in-group and an out-group. The in-group consists of a small number of trusted followers with whom the leader usually establishes a special higher quality exchange relationship. LMX Leaders can enjoy many of the same benefits as the Transformational leader in that the in group may consider them to be endearing, charismatic, trustworthy etc. and will offer great support to the LMX Leader.So what about Donald Trump and Barak Obama? In your opinion, where do they fit in? Are they both transformational? Does any one of these gentlemen use the LMX approach?2. Many of us as leaders have our go to persons. These are the individuals that understand us and the organization. They mesh well with the culture and have established a track record of getting things done.I like to think of these people as the in-group. Many of us (who may have an in-group) justify the existence of the in-group based on the criteria that these individuals have displayed to gain our trust. The out-group can be viewed as individuals who have not met that criteria or may have not lived up to our expectations; therefore, this group is assigned less favor.Below is a link to a blog written by Eric Lindstrom. Eric Lindstrom implies that there are some ethical concerns regarding the leader-member exchange theory that sometimes get overlooked. Some of you may have highlighted this issue in your post. In fact, Aliya alluded to the negative culture that the theory may generate.So after reading the blog, what are your thoughts on the ethical nature of the LMX theory?https://sites.psu.edu/leadership/2018/03/05/is-the…1. Conscious capitalism can be broken down to an organization operating ethically and making the consideration to serve the various stakeholders i.e. employees, and not just high level leaders and those who have a financial stake in the company. This philosophy focuses more on the employees needs and how investing in them can in turn benefit the organization (Kenton, 2018).2. Conscious leadership is a skill that focuses on reflection, identifying strengths and weaknesses, how actions affect others. The focus is on how the team can work together by creating individual and group awareness, tracking performance, and guiding evolution. With that, the group can create a stronger and powerful force while constantly looking forward to the future. Stakeholder orientation is important as well. It is important also to consider who the actual stakeholders are within the organization (i.e. patients, customers, vendors, employees, local organizations, etc.). Essentially, just like a well operating ecosystem, a healthy stakeholder culture leads to a health business system. Conscious culture is being aware of the underlying ideals, principles and practices of an organization. In many organizations culture can be the most powerful component in the success and continued growth of an organization. “The most sustaining competitive advantage a company has is a deep, rich, powerful, values-driven culture” (Conscious Connection, 2014). Higher purpose is essentially where the motivation to be successful comes from. For some organizations, the higher purpose is just growth and development, and for others the higher purpose might be spiritual or a want to engage and inspire people. The purpose in many cases is the driving force behind and organization.3. I can think of many organizations that I frequent where the organization as a whole has excellent guiding principles, however the individual stores themselves leave more to be desired in terms of experience and attitude of employees. It may be my own personal perception and want for a better experience. I feel as a culture we have begun to forget the power of good customer service and creating a strong relationship between organization and customer regardless of the industry. Especially in healthcare, where patient satisfaction is the backbone of reimbursement in many case, customer service is imperative to ensuring continued ability to grow and serve a community.
University of Phoenix Transformational Leadership Consists of Four Factors Discussion
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Political Science homework help. This is a paper that is focusing in the critical race and or intersectional feminist concepts analysis. The paper also provides additional guidelines to use in the writing and submission of the assignment paper well.,Critical race and or intersectional feminist concepts analysis,Use the following sources:,bell hooks- theory of “Cultural Criticism & Transformation” & “Eating the Other”,Raka Shomes- Outing Whiteness,Roxanne Gay- The Politics of Respectability,Patricia Hill Collins – “Get Your Freak On”,Critical race and or intersectional feminist concepts analysis,Create an 8-10 page essay that analyzes a media example using the critical race and/or intersectional feminist concepts and theories learned throughout the course through these concepts.,– The media example you analyze may be drawn from popular culture, activist culture, news media, or even consumer culture. The first step in developing this essay is to create a proposal.,– For the essay proposal, your task is to develop an essay topic that meets the criteria of the assignment. A successful proposal will be concise and clearly written; focused and also narrow in scope; and demonstrate understanding of how specific course concepts and theories will apply to the chosen media example.,Additionally, the proposal should clearly identify: a research question, the argument, a brief description of the chosen media example and reasons for choosing it. Also, three main points of analysis that you anticipate making. The three points of analysis should clearly reference the scholarly sources you’ll be using in your analysis.,Four academic sources must be in the proposal, at least two of which are above. A successful proposal will do more than simply name or list the four sources. Instead, the proposal will identify important concepts from these sources and demonstrate how these sources will be applicable to the media example. Source selection will be evaluated, in part, on the demonstrated relevance of the academic sources (and specific concepts) to the proposed topic.,Proposal Structure,The essay proposal to be in essay style (in sentences, not point form), and be approx. 3 pages in length,The proposal must use the following sub-headings: Research Question(s), Preliminary Thesis Statement, Media Example, Point 1, Point 2, Point 3.,Attachments,Click Here To Download,Political Science homework help
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