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Patrol Allocation and Deployment

1. Is random preventive patrol effective at deterring crime and apprehending offenders? Why or why not? Would you expect random patrol to be more effective with only certain types of crimes (such as street crimes, property versus personal crimes, etc)? Would you expect random preventive patrol to be less effective with other types of crimes? For what types of crimes might it be most effective? Explain your answer. 2. You are responsible for determining how your department conducts patrol. How would you…

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Land Law

Critically analyse the operation of s36 Administration of Justice Act 1970 and s8 Administration of Justice Act 1973 in assisting borrowers in mortgage arrears. Include in your discussion a consideration of whether short term measures taken to reduce mortgage repossessions during the pandemic are likely to result in longer term changes to the law of mortgages

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The paper consists of SIX questions. Candidates must answer TWO questions. All questions carry equal weight.

QUESTION 1 ‘In the UK there is a clear separation between the institutions which perform the executive, legislative, and judicial roles.’ Critically discuss this statement. QUESTION 2 ‘’The royal prerogative is not subject to adequate controls and should be abolished.’ Critically discuss this statement. QUESTION 3 Section 2(1) of the Human Rights Act 1998 imposes a duty on courts to ‘take into account’ the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. Critically discuss how this duty has been applied in…

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Christology from Above or Below

In the 20th century, the study of Christology was center stage. Erickson discusses the debate over the last century in relation to the “quest of the historical Jesus,” “Christology from below,” “Christology from above,” and finally, his own “alternative approach.” Explain and evaluate this debate and its importance for understanding the person and work of Jesus Christ from a biblical perspective. Remember, this is not a personal-opinion blog. It is a serious engagement with your study of theology. Interact with Erickson’s discussion…

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Essay

  Essay Prompt: Technology is implicated in every aspect of human life: it shapes our perception, our social structures, our ability to communicate, and our beliefs about the world. In a certain sense, technology creates the world as we know it. In The Lathe of Heaven, Leguin raises serious ethical questions about creation and control, using Orr’s effective dreams as an allegory for our desire to control the world. Since our first class readings, this theme of control has been apparent, as…

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Answer these questions separately in a minimum of 500 words each. Each essay should be well argumented and referenced.

Answer these questions separately in a minimum of 500 words each. Each essay should be well argumented and referenced. Question 1: Analyse and evaluate the “function” argument in Nicomachean Ethics Book 1, Chapter 7. Question 2: What role, if any, does reason play in our moral judgments according to the Second Enquiry? Do you find Hume’s position on this question a persuasive one? Question 3: “Act only on that maxim through which you can at the same time will that it should…

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Border Blues: The Dilemma of Illegal Immigration

Immigration is a rapid growing issue for the United States. For a long time people from other countries have been coming here to look for bigger and better things for themselves, as well as for their families. This article digs to the core of the issue, illegal immigration. Chideya wanted to know three things: 1) What is the reality behind the perceptions of Mexican Americans, 2) How do the residents of El Paso look upon the Mexicans, and 3) How do Mexican-Americans…

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Border Blues: The Dilemma of Illegal Immigration

Question 1 1 pts According to the article “Border Blues: The Dilemma of Illegal Immigration,” all of the following are true EXCEPT: 1. Some Americans on the border and throughout the United States profit from the cheap labor of illegal immigrants. 2. Illegal immigration is not as big of an issue as some make it seems. 3. Most of the border crossers that Melissa Lucio picks up come strictly to work–sometimes to stay for the day and go back at night. 4….

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Business Law

Goal:  To show that you understand the issue the Supreme Court must decide, the major arguments for each of the parties, and why this case is important to businesses today.   References.  Your paper should be footnoted throughout – with footnotes appearing at the end of each page. You do not need to cite every sentence.  If it is clear which court you are referring to, you do not need to cite to it repeatedly.  But when you are discussing more than…

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Hegel’s conception of the Family in the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Elements of the Philosophy of Right

Write 6 pages, double-spaced on Hegel’s conception of the Family in the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Elements of the Philosophy of Right. The paper should address the following 2 questions: 1. How does Hegel’s account of the ancient Greek family in Phenomenology of Spirit differ from the modern nuclear family in Philosophy of Right? (The paper should draw connections between the two texts, but focus more in depth on Phenomenology of Spirit.) 2. What is the status of women in the…

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