This is an open book exam.First section is multiple choice.Second section has two short-answer essay questions.Some of the questions have multiple questions, so please pay attention and answer all the questions.Copying and pasting information from a website may not be done.Answers should be a mix of original thought and references.Part of the essay grade is for properly citing and referencing materials, even the textbook or lesson.Make sure to complete the essay questions before the multiple choice questions.Click on the following link for a list of chapters that correspond with each outcome and the general topics that should be focused within each of the chapters. Always look for the headings in the book that correspond to the larger topic in this guide. Link: Outcomes & Topics GuideCO1: Chapters: 1, 2, 6, 10Public interestPublic goodLiberalsConservativesGood citizensSchools role in creating good citizens Mass media role in creating good citizensCO2 and CO5: Chapters 7, 8, 9 Parliamentary systemPresidential systemLegislative branch: US and BritainEuropean UnionIsrael parliamentary systemUS and UK judicial systemsLeast developed countries and transitional statesNation buildingEmerging nations and how they develop Moving from a dictatorship to a democracy How the US and the UK represent their peopleMonarchy, Prime Minister, and Presidential jobsCO3 and CO4: Chapters 11, 12, 13Election systems: winner-takes-all and proportional representationVoting apathy in the USInterest groups and the tools they use to gain influenceBurke’s contribution to political scienceQualities of a good leaderRepresenting the peopleThomas Hobbes and government’s responsibilityFirst and Fourth amendments of the US ConstitutionUS healthcare systemSupreme Court decisions in cases dealing with race and religion CO6: Chapters 3, 4 The concept of justiceMarxSkinnerOrwellCO 7: Chapters 2, 3, 13Assessment of US economic problemsEconomics according to a US liberal, conservative, and socialistCO 8 and CO 9: Chapters 15, 16, 17Wars and why they startMachiavelli, Rousseau, Locke, Hobbes, and Lenin on warJust war doctrine Terrorism: Deterrence to stop weapon manufacturingMonroe and Truman doctrinesUN and US relations
Questions :28(TCO 2) Describe the barriers to democratization for developing nations. Be sure to provide examples.?(TCO 8) Discuss how the UN started and its functions in keep world peace.?