Mental Health, Law and Criminal Justice

Mental Health, Law and Criminal Justice

  1. Describe the differences and the similarities between the concepts of competence to stand trial and not responsible by reason of mental disease or defect (insanity), including when each concept is introduced into the legal system in a given case.
  1. What is the purpose and function of the legal concept of competence to stand trial? Describe the current competency to stand trial standard and what areas must be assessed to determine if a defendant is competent to stand trial. How should a judge rule if a patient who has been found incompetent to stand trial refuses to take medication for his mental illness?
  1. Describe two different standards for insanity that are currently used in the United States, and discuss the requirements for each standard.  Compare and contrast the two standards, including a discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of each standard and examples of the application of each standard.  How might we be able to evaluate the impact of changing from one standard to another in a jurisdiction (e.g., if the state decides to change standards and we would like to measure the impact of the change)?

19th Century U.S. History, Howard Zinn, A People’s history.

19th Century U.S. History, Howard Zinn, A People’s history. http://www.historyisaweapon.com/zinnapeopleshistory.html * Chapter Eight * 1) Select two to three quotes from the reading. explain why you selected those quotes. Is it something that is beautifully written? Is it something you disagreed with or upset you? Something you want to know more about? What did you learn from the quote, what is the lesson? Is it something that still seems to be a current issue today?

The Children of Haitian Migrants

Topic: The Children of Haitian Migrants Without Status in The Bahamas I would like to ground my discussion/argument within the discourse of national identity – making an argument for why these children ought to be accorded the status of Bahamian citizen and why an alternative status ought to be considered, eliminating the problematic “statelessness”.

Competition Law

In a recent press release by the European Commission it was announced that: ‘[t]he European Commission has fined 8 international financial institutions [a] total of €1.71 billion for participating in illegal cartels in markets for financial derivatives covering the European Economic Area (EEA). […] [The] decisions were adopted under the Commission’s cartel settlement procedure; the companies’ fines were reduced by 10% for agreeing to settle. […] UBS received full immunity for revealing the existence of the cartels and thereby avoided [a] fine of around €2.5 billion for its participation in five of the seven infringements. Citigroup received full immunity for one of the infringements in which it participated, thereby avoiding [a] fine of around 55 million euros.’ (Press release IP/13/1208 of December 2013).

Do you find it problematic that the total fine imposed on all cartel participants was only €1.7 billion approx., while the fine imposed on UBS would have been €2.5 billion, but was ‘avoided’? What are the advantages and disadvantages of leniency programmes and the settlement procedure?

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Individual Research

I. Research question
II. Literature review – Keep this section short and sweet.
III. Outcome variables – Depending on the technique utilized, you may have more than on DV (e.g., MANOVA). Also, depending on the method used, you may not have a DV (e.g., for all interdependence techniques).
IV. Main “drivers” of outcomes, or independent variables – Again, depending on the technique utilized, you may or may not have “independent variables.” Review “interdependence techniques. That said, the only interdependence technique we’ve discussed so far is factor analysis (for which we can still use DV and IVs if we wish).
V. Control variables – This depends on whether you are using a dependence or independence technique. If you are using a “dependence” technique w/ a DV and IVs, then elaborate here on control variables.
VI. Data – In addition to describing your date, please discuss how you obtained your sample. This addresses the problem of external validity. Also, make sure that you have an adequate number of respondents (or observations or units of analysis) given methods.
VII. Methods/models – In this section, describe the methods used in the context of design issues. Also, elaborate upon whether method-specific assumptions were violated.
VIII. Policy implications and/or conclusions

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Meeting the Expectations of Families utilizing the Therapuetic Alliance Concept

-paper should be written in APA format with 3-4 pages of text. – It should also include a reference page, title page, and abstract (the page count does not include those pages. -Use at least one professional/peer-reviewed journal article. -Do not use direct quotations in this paper -Paraphrase sources to demonstrate understanding of the material and cite these sources properly – To paraphrase, you must put your source’s material in your own words. Do not use material word-for-word from your sources without using quotation marks and citing them, otherwise this will be considered a form of plagiarism. -Papers should be double-spaced with 12-point font. Do not have any more than a double space at any point in the paper, such as between paragraphs or on either side of a heading. -Organization of the paper, as well as grammar, spelling and punctuation will be graded Preferred language style US English

Problem based analysis and design of operations strategy improvements

This assignment is designed to assess learning outcomes: 1. To understand what operations management is and the principal elements of business operations management. 2. To understand the fundamentals for designing and planning processes and assess their performance impacts on organisational efficiency. 3. To understand ideas and techniques for managing materials flow and inventory efficiently. 4. Formulate an operations strategy. 5. Explain how to plan and manage an operations function and report on the optimum layout for specific types of process work flows and process technologies. 6. Evaluate methodologies that will assist with the management of change within operations management in order to improve the overall competitiveness of the business. ………………… After triggering article 50, UK started negotiations to leave the European Union (EU). The process has wide implications not only to immigration but also to business operations in the UK, EU and the world at large. The current UK’s demand in this negotiation is to have full access and benefits to the single market without any exception. UK is a great nation with a strong economy and business relations with many countries across the world (Horan 2016). In your role: 1. You have been employed as an operations management consultant by the UK’s chamber of commerce to advise them on the future challenges that the specific industry you chose, and operation managers will face after the Brexit. 2. Identify and analyse the new operations management roles that will be needed in the UK’s for the Company/Industry you chose to cope with competition after Brexit. 3. Formulate a plan and outline an operations strategy for the chosen company/industry and the operations manager in the event that the UK did not get a favourable full access to the EU single market. (Tips consider manufacturing/operation process, project management, supply chain management, marketing functions, etc). (NB: Use relevant theoretical and conceptual models to support your analysis). Reference: Horan (2016) Brexit and Free Movement of People. The Institute of International and European Affairs. [online] available from http://www.iiea.com/ftp/Publications/2016/IIEA_Brexit_and_Free_Movement_of_People.pdf [07/04/2017]

Economics that affects organic Food Industry

The paper provides you an opportunity to realize, reflect, and explain the economics that exist all around us. The paper must include a graph used as an explanatory tool of the economic principle presented.
Need an abstract and a outline of paper.
Each paper is to be an analysis on the recent economic events or economic reports from the supplemental resources or references. The focus of this assignment is to relate and analyze current events to basic principles of macroeconomics covered in this course. It is not acceptable to just regurgitate statistics. The paper should indicate that you have a clear understanding of theory learned in class and its application/operation in the ‘outside world.’

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Report on Fulmar Field Case Study

 It’s a PetroGeo’s Field Case Study paper (Specifically for Reservoir Engineer and Geologist departments) Write a report on Fulmar field using the attached reference as a starting point. Use scholar sources only, and the report shouldn’t have any quotation or paraphrasing from any articles. To ensure consistency, the report should address the topics mentioned in the guidelines I’ve attached, exactly (even if you can’t find any specific information you may speculate what might be happening from nearby fields). I’ve also attached an article about the field as a source.

Gender Issues in Development

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Gender Issues in Development

 Essay 2.  2,500 words

Choose one question from the options given below:

1. ‘Other’ ‘less developed’ countries are often assumed to have higher levels of gender violence than relatively wealthy states such as Australia. Choosing one or a few examples, consider whether this is the case. (If statistics are difficult to obtain, consider the question more generally.) How well-based are views in the relatively wealthy West of gender relations and gender violence in less wealthy societies and do our views say as much about us as about others?

2. Are markets gendered? What would be the implications of this in the increasingly globalised world? 

3. It is a common assumption that over time, from the past to the present, gender equality has generally increased and that gender inequality is largely a problem of previous eras and not so significant now. Discuss.

4. What have been the strengths and weaknesses of leading approaches to gender in the development sector over the past half-century? What might the strengths and weaknesses of current approaches be?

5. How successful have the Women Peace and Security Agenda efforts in the international arena been? What have been the major strengths and weaknesses of these approaches and how might they be strengthened? Consider an example or case study. 

6. Gender, development and culture are all complex, highly nuanced and contentions fields of contemporary experience and activity. What are your own reflections on how these big concepts intersect with each other and what can that tell us about how we might actually engage with questions of gender in development practice?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Criteria

 

Essays

Research Question:  Has the essay addressed the essay question or the task required?

Knowledge of Relevant Literature: Has the essay engaged with scholarly and other literature relevant to this research question or task? Has it engaged with ideas and arguments presented in the course?

Structure: Is the text well structured? Is there a clear linkage between each section of the text?

Quality of Analysis and Argument: Does the essay construct an argument or present a thesis across the text? Has the argument been clearly explained? Does the essay demonstrate critical analysis? Has it been adequately substantiated, with good use of references and, where relevant, examples and / or case studies?

Written Expression: Is the written expression clear and does it flow well? Is spelling of a high standard? Is the expression grammatical?

Overall presentation & referencing: Is the essay of appropriate length? Is it adequately referenced and does it systematically use the recommended referencing system?

 

Criteria and Marking:

Criteria

Pass

Credit

Distinction

High Distinction

 

Addressing the question or the task:

Demonstrates clear & at least partially satisfactory efforts to answer the question, but lacks comprehensive coverage;

Satisfactory response to question or task, addresses the major relevant issues;

Substantial and well-thought through response to question or task;

Excellent, insightful and creative response to question or task.

10%

Engagement with relevant literature & ideas in course:

Demonstrates adequate levels of engagement with relevant literature and course materials;

Satisfactory levels of engagement with relevant literature and course materials & themes;

Wide range of works consulted, high level of familiarity with & interpretation of key concepts and course themes,

Extensive reading, sophisticated interpretation of texts & understanding of themes demonstrated.

10%

Structure

Basic structure evident, some inconsistencies;

Clear structure, minor inconsistencies;

Clear or flowing structure, maintained consistently;

Clear & sophisticated structure, excellent progression of argument.

10%

Critical analysis, coherence of argument, level of substantiation:

Limited critical analysis, arguments and sources generally taken at face value;

Some critical analysis with evidence of independent assessment;

Good critical analysis, text brings author’s own ideas to the question at hand;

Excellent critical analysis, cogent argument; demonstrated capacity to recognize and manage ambiguity and complexity; demonstrated capacity to make informed judgments on relevant critical issues.

10%

Written expression

Sound writing with relatively few errors of grammar etc.;

Good English expression, few errors;

Well written, clear, with very few errors:

Extremely well written, stimulating, fluent, with very few or no errors.

5%

Presentation & referencing

Basic referencing provided, minor inconsistencies /errors.

All referencing information provided, errors minor, appropriate length.

Accurate and consistent referencing, good range of sources. Appropriate length.

Accurate, consistent referencing. Extensive sources. Appropriate length.

5%

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