Match the Article of the constitution to the correct definition of what it establishes.[ ] Establishes the Executive Branch[ ] Establishes the Judicial Branch[ ] Declared the Constitution the "Supreme Law of the Land"[ ] Describes how and when the Constitution can be amended (Changed)[ ] Establishes the Legislative (Law-Making) Branch[ ] Explains the relationship betweem the states and national government[ ] Explains how the Constitution was to be ratified1. Article I (one)2. Article II (two)3. Article III (three)4. Article IV (four)5. Article V (five)Seen 7 months ago ohgodnoposh 1 answers
A young student is caught cheating on a test. They are usually an honest person but did not understand the subject matter well and was sure that they would fail. Their teacher asks the principal to think of an appropriate consequence without putting a mark on the student's permanent record. The teacher believes the same philosophy as that of Howard Becker. What is MOST likely reason the teacher has for wanting to keep a mark off the student's record? O The teacher believes that the student is a deviant and will continue to cheat. The teacher believes that the student might cheat again if they are labeled a cheater. O The teacher believes that the student cannot help but cheat because of their background. O The teacher believes that the student should not receive punishment because they are wealthy.Seen 11 months ago lanii743 1 answers
What made the creation of the Constitution a radical document? ment o it heralded the sovereignty of King George O it was written and adopted after America established independence from England O it focused on the limits of power and not on crime and punishments O it bore no resemblance to the Magna CartaSeen 1 years ago mylesmanig2020 1 answers
3. SELECT ALL THAT APPLY: Which of these are potential signs for aggressive behavior? Amanda was fired from a previous job for slapping a Coworker she was dating. Mike tends to avoid people during lunch and was once heard making violent threats under his breath. Sherly often expresses that she is depressed and wishes at times that she was dead. Candice tends to take walks alone at lunchtime. Maurice has started fighting with the coworkers she thinks are likely to be promoted before her.Seen 8 months ago yasmean62 1 answers
Government plays a huge role in the lives of its citizens, impacting them socially, culturally, and politically. And likewise, the media plays a huge role in politics. The relocation of Japanese-Americans into internment camps during World War II was one of the most deliberate violations of civil freedoms in the history of America. For this activity, you will be analyzing the historical time period surrounding WWII and the treatment of the Japanese during this time. You will also investigate how government policy at the time played a huge role in the lives of Americans. You will need to locate pieces of political communication on these topics and create a slideshow presentation that discusses and explores the following: At least two examples of political communication during WWII (i.e. relocation posters, campaign ads, government produced videos, political cartoon, political speeches, etc.) Evaluate your examples for bias, accuracy, omission, etc. Describe how communication shows the roles of parties, interest groups, media, etc. in shaping policy Explain how the government and government communication affected the lives of citizens at the local, state, and national levels based on your examples At least two examples of socio-cultural aspects of life at this time including arts, literature, publications Describe how each example was impacted by the policy and communication at the time Analyze how current events have been influenced by the examples you’ve given of past trends You may use as few or as many slides that you feel necessary to thoroughly deliver the required information. While you have a lot of creative freedom in the design of your presentation, please make sure that you submit a well-organized presentation that meets the following guidelines: A minimum of one graphic or image on each slide A title for the presentation and a clear title or header on each slide At least one paragraph of text explaining the purpose of each slide and sharing information that you found through your research. please HELPPP. 100 points and brainlynessSeen 9 months ago boyermichele5502 1 answers
Select the correct answer. Why did Congress commission the formation of the Revenue Cutter Service in 1790? O A. to overwhelm rebels to curb the frequent occurrence of smuggling after the US Navy was disbanded OB. O C. to aid in increasing fisheries D. to provide a mode of transportSeen 7 months ago kyleb10247 1 answers
What is the difference between marginal cost and marginal revenue? Marginal cost is the money earned from selling one more unit of a good. Marginal revenue is the money paid for producing one more unit of a good. Marginal cost is the money paid for producing one more unit of a good. Marginal revenue is the money earned from selling one more unit of a good. Marginal cost is the money a producer might make from one more unit. Marginal revenue is the money a producer actually makes from one more unit. Marginal cost is the money a producer actually makes from one more unit. Marginal revenue is the money a producer might make from one more unit. Mark this and returnSeen 8 months ago 3003451 2 answers
Question 5 of 10 The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution established which of the following? O A. Full rights for all citizens, regardless of color B. Safety for African Americans from any attacks O C. The end of slavery in the United States O D. The right of a president to replace any of his advisors SUBMITSeen 12 months ago jiamsuen21 1 answers
5. And if these laws have been made they have to be enforced by a body called executive, and when these laws are broken or disobeyed, there are courts of law to interpret and apply the laws to individual cases, is called the mental organizations (NGO) that operates in theanswer:Seen 1 years ago gervinlingat02 1 answers
1. Will the role of Law Enforcement/policing change? 2. If yes, what do you see as the changes? 3. If there are changes do you think there will be an increase in overall crime? 4. Should certain calls be handled by others, rather than the police? Remember in a large city like Los Angeles there are at least 150 calls a day for people experiencing mental illness.Seen 11 months ago ashleyjgarcialopez 1 answers
The Supreme Court has passed several decisions that limit who may be eligible for the death penalty. As a result of those decisions, which defendants are and are not eligible for the death penalty? Select all that apply. (More than 1 answer!) People with no hope of rehabilitation can be executed. Only people over the age of 18 can be sentenced to death. People who commit murder will be executed. People who are mentally ill may not be executed. People identified in a double-blind lineup can be executed. Only people who commit intentional or felony murder may be executed.Seen 12 months ago claire33p7xpgf 2 answers
If a defendant fails to raise an affirmative defense in the answer, the judge: _______. Multiple choice question. will likely not allow him to raise it during the trial will require sufficient notice to the state authorities will only allow him to raise it in post-trial appeals will likely allow him to raise it during the trialSeen 7 months ago erikstein1373 1 answers
In the mid-eighteenth century, legal philosophers argued that physical punishment should be replaced by periods of confinement and incapacitation, which led to the development of which institutions? Select all that apply. (More than one answer!) Old Bailey Court Jails Felonia WorkhousesSeen 9 months ago claire33p7xpgf 1 answers
As the judge, which sentence would you impose on Steve that would best accomplish your sentencing goals of rehabilitation and specific deterrence? A prison term of 5 years Community supervision for 5 years A combination of a brief jail term and community supervisionSeen 12 months ago claire33p7xpgf 1 answers
Which of the following answers is NOT an argument used by supporters of the death penalty? The death penalty is “cruel and unusual punishment.” The death penalty supports the religious and social values of our country. The death penalty acts as a deterrent for those who contemplate committing serious crimes. The death penalty is “morally correct.”Seen 10 months ago claire33p7xpgf 1 answers
The United States is one of only eight countries in the world that does what? O Gives women the right to vote O Allows changes to their Constitution O Does not have mandated maternity leave O Allovws new mothers to stay home with their babies for at least 12 weeksSeen 11 months ago quyenng0602 1 answers
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