Compare Jung and Freud- Where do they ideas both converge and fall away from one another? Provide some defining characteristics of psychoanalysis and how each author exemplifies aspects of the discipline Compare Jefferson with Aristotle – How does each writer view and define the tenants of democracy? How was this viewed or applied during their […]
Description What do you think of the Senior Executive Service? Do you think it is compatible with democracy? Why or why not?
Duty of Care: Cornell University Law School. (n.d.). Duty of care. Retrieved from https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/duty_of_care Rosenberg, M. G. (n.d.). Learn what really happened in the McDonald’s coffee case. Retrieved from http://www.mgrlaw.net/mcdonalds.htm Video: Democracy Now! Archives (2011, January 25). The story behind the infamous McDonald’s coffee case & how corporations used it to push tort reform [Video […]
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1a8o1QyZvAZkbZB_IssQmmaZsuT5FyAIZ Question I. Practice finding PSNE. For each of the following five games, are there Pure Strategy Nash Equilibria (PSNE)? Identify them, or explain why there are none. (Note all the Nash equilibria discussed in Unit 8 are PSNE. The other kind of Nash equilibria, mixed strategy NE, are discussed in Units 9 and 10.) […]
Explain the process of party discipline in the United Kingdom and critically assess its position in a representative democracy.
Choose the five characteristics of democracy from the chart below that you believe are the most important to have a healthy democracy. There are 10 characteristics–scroll down to see the second page. Explain why you think they are the most important. Create a half page collage to illustrate how the five characteristics are part of […]
Democracy 1) Personalism and polarization are two things that can damage democracy. According to Frantz et. al, what is personalism and how can it erode democracy? How can technological change strengthen it? According to McCoy and Somer, what is polarization and how can it erode democracy? What recommendations do they provide for overcoming it? When […]
United Nations -War and Peace Discuss how human rights, the rule of law or democracy come into relevance within the context of the United Nations -War and peace.
Democracy Talisse’s position in this book is that the cure for democracy’s ills cannot be more and better and democracy (in other words, he rejects what he calls the ‘better democracy response’). Engage with the relevant material in the book and present an argument showing why Talisse is either right or wrong about this position. […]
“Life Story: Oppression & Democracy” Describe the ‘political’ context of your teaching activity and curriculum at different levels (e.g., team, institution, professional, and/or government); this may be evidenced by reference to policy documents (government or professional), public debates, or publications by other stakeholders (e.g., patient organisations).