Can someone do my entire online Intro to Political Science course?


Rubric:

Online Discussions: 10%    Assignments: 20%              Essays: 30%  

Mid Semester Examination: 20%                    Terminal Examination: 20%

Grading details (lettered degrees get be awarded thought the percentages involved beneath): 

Assignments (4)(5 % each):20%(representing 20% of the sum degree );

Essays (2):15 % each (representing 30% of the sum degree);

Examinations (2): 20% each(40% of the sum degree)(mid-semester-20% of the sum degree),(terminal trial-20% of the sum degree);

Online discussion:10%( representing 10% of the sum degree).

 Example essay grading score:

Score – Out of 15

Percentage

Letter Grade

15

100%

A

14

93%

A-

13

87%

B+

12

80%

B

11

73%

B-

10

67%

C+

9

60%

C

8

53%

C-

7

47%

D+

6

40%

D

5 or less

33% or less

F

SafeAssign:

Assignments, essays and trial should be resignted using the assignments (SafeAssign) concatenate on webcampus. Assignments, essays and trials sent resignted using email attachments get not be legitimate. You own to resign your assignments, essays and trial on term to be conducive to use the SafeAssign. There are assignments and essays as certain at the end of each congress.

Required Reading:

James N. Danziger (2013 or posterior), Understanding the Political World: A Comparative Introduction to Political Science (New York: Pearson)

and any balbutiation assignments that get be assigned during the semester.

Themes and Weekly Schedules: (Make firm you repress propositions for local weekly assignments).

Session I (Week I & II): The Political World (08/27-09/08)

What is Political Science?

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapter 1

Sources of Political Knowledge

Discussion Forum

Political Behavior.

Political Beliefs & Political Culture

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapter 2

Political Actions & Influences on Beliefs and Actions

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 3-4

Discussion Forum:

Assignment I

Check propositions for Assignments at the end of each congress.

Session II: Week III - IV: Political Systems (09/10-09/29)

Political Systems, States and Nations

Political Institutions I: Structures

Political Institutions II: Institutional Arrangements

                             Democracies and Non-Democracies

                             Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Regimes

                             Real Distribution of Power

                             Executive-Legislative Relations

                             Political Party Systems

-Reading assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 5-7

Essay I

Discussion forum:

Check propositions for Assignments at the end of each congress.

And at the end of this congress, Essay 1(Note the due limits)

Session III: Week V & VII: Political Economy and Political Processes

(10/1-10/13)

Politics and Economics

Public Policy, Power and Decision

Politics as a Value Allocation Process

Change and Political Development

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 8-10

Assignment II

Discussion Forum

Check propositions for Assignments at the end of each congress.

Session IV: Weeks VIII-IX: Political Violence & Politics Shapeless States (10/15-10/27)

Political Violence

Politics shapeless States

Perspectives on States Behavior

Violence shapeless States

Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 11-12

Assignment III

Check weekly proposition for assignments and Mid-Semester Trial (and due limit)

Session V: Weeks X-XI: Politics Shapeless States(10/29-11/10)

The exposed Countries of the Global North

Globalization

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 13

Check out the United Nations website: http://www.un.org

Discussion Forum

Essay II

Check out for the proposition for Essay 2(and the due limit)

Session VI: Weeks XII-XIV: Politics shapeless Nations (Cont.) (11/12-12/08)

The Developing Countries of the Global South

The Transitional Exposed Countries

-Reading Assignments: James N. Danziger: Chapters 14-16

Assignment IV

Discussion Forum

Final Trial (See different proposition for Assignments and terminal trial questions and due limits.