Ive got 2 essay questions from principles of economics and 3 essay questions from political science. and some multiple choice but will need you to be online with me.less than 1 hour left!
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Define the four basic types of trade barriers. b) Who gains and who loses from a protective tariff? Explain.
Explain the tools used to pursue expansionary and contractionary fiscal policy. During which phases of the business cycle would each be appropriate? b) Explain what is meant by a built-in stabilizer and give two examples.
the above 2 from economics
and the nest 3 from political science
What is legal reasoning? How is it different from other kinds of reasoning? What are advantages and disadvantages to this kind of reasoning?
Describe two advantages and two disadvantages for international political institutions. In your answer include at least two examples of these institutions.
Explain and analyze two differences between the governmental system of the United States and England. Why are they different? In what ways are they the same?
Ok, any idea which four on the first? There are several and I don't have the text book.
you can do them in order given.
Ok, all set: http://wikisend.com/download/295870/DiscussionQuestions.doc
any more input for the last 2?
I can maybe go a few minutes over. Have another one due in 30 minutes. Do the last two need to be longer?
no but i may need help with multiple choice
havent looked at political science, since im working on economics, i tell you what
do whatever you can do from political multiple choice as you can
Ok, sounds good. Send them over.
1. (TCO 1) When can social interaction be considered political? (Points : 5) Whenever people get on each other's nerves Whenever people try to harm each other When there is difference and compromise When people love each other
Unsure on 12 but feel good about the rest. Not sure why so many C answers. Had to read them again to make sure.
thanks! haha i see
1. (TCO 7) How is social democracy different from a liberal democracy? (Points : 5) Social democracy is communism Social democracy is more concerned about individual freedom Taxes are lower in a social democracy Social democracy includes a powerful government that try to serve all of the people's needs
15. (TCO 9) Which of the following is an example of a safety net in the United States that is not a part of the free market economy? (Points : 5) stock exchange Wal-Mart social security
Question 3 missing.
15. (TCO 5) What usually prevents countries from allowing any group from within a country to have independence? (Points : 5) international pressure economic concerns freedom of choice ethnic identity
1. (TCO 7) How is social democracy different from a liberal democracy? (Points : 5)
Social democracy is communism
Social democracy is more concerned about individual freedom
Taxes are lower in a social democracy
Social democracy includes a powerful government that try to serve all of the people's needs
2. (TCO 3) What is proportional representation? (Points : 5)
Having only one branch of government that does everything
Electing a president from only part of the population
Dividing representation among all parties according to the percentage of the vote each won
Requiring that only one party win all of the votes
3. (TCO 5) Which conditions are usually required for successful cases of independence from a national government?
(Points : 5)
political and economic differences
territorial and cultural differences
representative and democratic issues
war and terrorism
4. (TCO 1) Which of the following is/are central in analyzing politics? (Points : 5)
the recognition that politics is a world of change
the recognition that politics involves rules over common life
both a and b
neither a nor b
5. (TCO 6) In the U.S. system, overriding a president’s veto is done (Points : 5)
by means of a pocket veto cast by Congress
by means of a 2/3 vote of Congress
by means of judicial review used by Congress
by means of a discharge petition
6. (TCO 11) What is the word that defines the sharing of power between different levels of government? (Points : 5)
7. (TCO 2) A state which concentrates power at the central, or national, level is known as which type of state (Points : 5)
all of the above
8. (TCO 6) In which system is the head of government completely independent from the legislature? (Points : 5)
9. (TCO 11) Why are ethnicities more visible in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was
overthrown? (Points : 5)
more ethnicities exist there than before the war
more ethnic groups have acquired a political voice
political secession has occurred
Iraq now covers more territory
10. (TCO 7) Expansive liberty is supported by (Points : 5)
none of the above
11. (TCO 6) How does the election process of a president differ from a prime minister? (Points : 5)
a prime minister is elected by the people
a president is elected by the legislature
a prime minister is elected by the legislature
12. (TCO 9) Laissez-faire economies are (Points : 5)
countries in which the government owns many social services and heavily regulates
those that remain most closely tied to the free market.
have strong centralized governments attempting to balance income distribution and market concerns between the democratic population and the private sector.
none of the above.
13. (TCO 7) To believe that the individual is rational and capable of making his or her own decisions makes you a supporter of (Points : 5)
the divine right of kings
14. (TCO 6) In the US, which of the following is more powerful? (Points : 5)
the House of Representatives
these all have equal power
15. (TCO 9) Which of the following is an example of a safety net in the United States that is not a part of the free market economy? (Points : 5)
Ok, all set:
3? No idea here
Would guess A on question 3 if I had to guess.
for political second essay you did not talk more about G8 as second example
Let me look.