?Based upon the ?rule;of law? and its limits on public administrators, explain why a public;administrator should not falsely conclude that they necessarily can alter human;behavior merely by passing a law. Morality varies across and within societies;and creates many commonalities that are essential to a functioning society.;?Explain and provide;examples on how society would function if it were bound by only natural law, or;formal law, or truly entirely relativistic. Choose one and support your answer;with examples or evidence.;Discussion 2;Understanding the;Law." Please respond to the following;?For public;administrators, analyze the possible benefits of a public administrator knowing;how to research regulation. Determine which of your listed benefits is the;strongest and state why.;?Using the Marbury v.;Madison, consider how difficult it is to sort out the facts and rulings of the;case. Discuss the complexities of reviewing a full case and state how you can;outline future cases presented in this class.;The;Constitution." Please respond to the following;?;Discuss;the impact of Superior Court Justices who serve on the bench for decades. Do;they reflect the prevailing norms better than elected legislatures? State why;or why not.;?;The;Constitution has always had several interpretations. Pick one amendment and;provide an interpretation for and against that amendment.;?;Discuss;how public administrators can juggle situations where two or more parties;interpret the constitution differently.;Due;Process." Please respond to the following:? Explain the significance of the Due;Process and Equal Protection Clauses to the public community. Provide an;example different from the textbook.;Freedom of;Speech." Please respond to the following;?;Review Texas v. Johnson. Assuming you want to sustain;theconviction, make the best argument you can for how;that can be reconciled with the First Amendment. Of the opinions that would;have sustained the conviction, which do you find most persuasive and why?;?;Evaluating;Van Orden v. Perry, as a public administrator, in the rule of law, explain to;what extent your beliefs should affect your reactions to the various justices?;opinions.;Freedom of Information." Please respond to;the following;?;As a;public administrator over a particular entity, describe when public officials;should be allowed to conduct their activities in secret. Provide an example.;?;Evaluating;New York Times v. United States, provide an example in which it may be;warranted to violate the morality of the freedom of information by publicizing;a secret identity to prove a point. Explain how this example warrants the;morality violation.;Property.;Please respond to the following;?;Evaluating;Dolan v. City of Tigard, as a public administrator, take a position on whether;you agree or disagree with the approach that the U.S. Supreme Court developed.;Support your position with examples or evidence.;?;Analyzing;Grose v. Sauvegeau, explain with details whether you agree or disagree that;Sauvegeau should prevail.;Contracts and;Companies." Please respond to the following;?;Evaluating;Thompson v. Voldah as government takes on moreand more functions, explain if it;makes sense for the rules to be different for private contractual parties;especially when the contract states (as with ?duly authorized?). Support your;position with examples or evidence.;?;Analyzing;Brunoli, Inc. v. Town of Bradford, identify and then describe the remedies that;should be available. Explain which you would recommend to be the best remedy;for both parties.;?;Employment Law." Please respond;to the following;?;Analyze;Garcetti v. Ceballos, to determine whether or not the Pickering balancing test;is applicable to this case and state why or why not.;Procedures;and Prosecution." Please respond to the following;?;Evaluate;United States v. Agurs. Another very important public policy issue is an;appreciation for the difference between obtaining a high conviction rate or;being perceived as ?tough on crime,? and seeking justice. Debate your position;on the death penalty regarding whether it is used for justice or for other;purposes. Support your position with examples or evidence.;?;In the;text, it states that ?the (Supreme) Court has agreed that the death penalty can;be constitutionally sustained only if its imposition is consistent with;?evolving standards of decency?.? With so many juveniles committing heinous;crimes, take a position and debate as a public administrator on whether you;think the death penalty should be allowed for juveniles? Use the e-Activity;case as a reference for discussion.;Judicial Review." Please respond;to the following;?;It has been stated, ?Judicial review is concerned;not with the decision, but with the decision-making process.? Take a position;on whether it should or should not be true. Support your position with examples;or evidence.;?;Imagine a Libertarian is voted into the White House;at the next presidential election. Speculate what this could do for any;agency?s judicial review process.;Translating;Policy Arguments" Please respond to the following;?;Explain;at least two key factors policy makers use when evaluating and using;information provided to them in policy reports. Explain why it is important for;an analyst to know how policy makers evaluate and use information.;?;From the;case study, Case 9:1, highlight two key components a structured written;narrative for a policy issue paper or policy memo. Then propose at least two;benefits of developing a policy argument in this way. Provide an example to;support your response.;Planning;Oral Briefings" Please respond to the following;?;Assume;the governor has asked you to present an oral briefing on a controversial;environmental program to a board of commissioners of a major county in the;state. Three of the nine commissioners oppose the program and have experts on;their staffs who generally accompany them to meetings. Recommend three actions;to take before the briefing and two key actions as you present the;recommendation. Provide reasons to support your response.;?;Discuss;at least two possible advantages and two possible disadvantages to using graphics;and charts in oral briefings. Discuss the implications of these advantages and;disadvantages to the one responsible for communicating public policy. Provide;an example to support your response.;White House;Briefings" Please respond to the following;?;From the;e-Activity, compare and contrast the issues discussed in two briefings you;selected. Take a position on which oral briefing closely matches your preferred;style of communicating policy. Provide reasons to support your response;Question;Process of Analysis and Structuring;Arguments" Please respond to the following;?;Discuss at least two benefits to structuring;arguments before and while developing written documents.;?;Highlight at least two concepts or skills of public;policy analysis you learned in this class and that you believe you can apply in;your current or future career.;Challenges;Please respond to the following;?;Discuss at least two major challenges you believe;public policy analysts face in today?s political environment and propose at;least one way to deal with each challenge.;?;Discuss at least two major challenges you believe;public policy analysts will face in the next 10 to 20 years and propose at;least one way to deal with each challenge.
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