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response to Smoke Signals and Reel Injun building off of the readings of Playing

response to Smoke Signals and Reel Injun building off of the readings of Playing Indian that we have been doing. After viewing the two movies think about the ways in which Natives are represented and not represented in these two films. Does Reel Injun help to understand the ways in which “playing Indian” has become a cultural politics as much as a political-institutional problem? Do the Native characters and actors in Smoke Signals also “play Indian”? What would it means for them to play themselves? cite your claims by using the movie as citation. No sources needed to be included just the name of the movie.

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A well-thought answer to the following question: Does the notion of the “Mandate

A well-thought answer to the following question: Does the notion of the “Mandate of Heaven” fulfill the purposes of the Socratic noble lie effectively? Why or why not?

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A well-thought answer to the following question: Does the notion of the “Mandate

A well-thought answer to the following question: Does the notion of the “Mandate of Heaven” fulfill the purposes of the Socratic noble lie effectively? Why or why not?

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Write a Geopolitical discourse analysis of the map attached in the document. You

Write a Geopolitical discourse analysis of the map attached in the document. You must read the reading material attached before writing this paper, in order to adequately accomplish what is needed. Remember this is NOT an essay exercise with references of secondary sources and perspectives of different authors. You must focus on the map and provide an original critical, visual geopolitical discourse analysis of the map that is attached in the document below. Please read further detailed instructions and the required structure of this paper will be provided in the word doc below.

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Option 1: List the ways in which contemporary presidential campaigns have used s

Option 1: List the ways in which contemporary presidential campaigns have used social media as a campaign tool. Do you consider social media as a successful tool? Explain your answer. Do you see social media as an unsuccessful tool? Explain your answer and provide examples.
Social media is a fairly new method of engagement, but campaigning is obviously a very old endeavor. When evaluating the concept of ‘success’ realize that campaigns are all about winning and losing, not about what you do once you win or lose. Social media is a tool that campaigns use to try to win elections. Take some time to consider how campaigns have used this tool over the past 20 years or so and what winning campaigns have done, versus losing campaigns. How do you ‘win’ by using social media? You may find this podcast useful: https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/how-social-media-is-shaping-political-campaigns/

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Read the case entitled “Robin Hood or Public Service Blackmailer” in Chapter 8 p

Read the case entitled “Robin Hood or Public Service Blackmailer” in Chapter 8 pg. 221 of Lewis and Gilman. Then answer the Tough Call questions that follow.
Discuss the impact of state, local, and federal statutes and codes on public employers and employees.
Textbook:
Lewis, Carol W. and Stuart C. Gillman, The Ethics Challenge in Public Service, 3rd ed. Josey-Bass, San Francisco, 2012

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Chapter 6 in the Rachels textbook discusses “The Prisoner’s Dilemma”. – Explain

Chapter 6 in the Rachels textbook discusses “The Prisoner’s Dilemma”.
– Explain what the problem is in this debate, and how you would react if the situation ever confronted you.
– Discuss the impact of the Prisoner’s Dilemma on Social Contract Theory.
Text book:
Rachels, James, The Elements of Moral Philosophy, 8th ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 2015

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Option 1: List the ways in which contemporary presidential campaigns have used s

Option 1: List the ways in which contemporary presidential campaigns have used social media as a campaign tool. Do you consider social media as a successful tool? Explain your answer. Do you see social media as an unsuccessful tool? Explain your answer and provide examples.
Social media is a fairly new method of engagement, but campaigning is obviously a very old endeavor. When evaluating the concept of ‘success’ realize that campaigns are all about winning and losing, not about what you do once you win or lose. Social media is a tool that campaigns use to try to win elections. Take some time to consider how campaigns have used this tool over the past 20 years or so and what winning campaigns have done, versus losing campaigns. How do you ‘win’ by using social media? You may find this podcast useful: https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/how-social-media-is-shaping-political-campaigns/

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Chapter 6 in the Rachels textbook discusses “The Prisoner’s Dilemma”. – Explain

Chapter 6 in the Rachels textbook discusses “The Prisoner’s Dilemma”.
– Explain what the problem is in this debate, and how you would react if the situation ever confronted you.
– Discuss the impact of the Prisoner’s Dilemma on Social Contract Theory.
Text book:
Rachels, James, The Elements of Moral Philosophy, 8th ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 2015

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Read the case entitled “Robin Hood or Public Service Blackmailer” in Chapter 8 p

Read the case entitled “Robin Hood or Public Service Blackmailer” in Chapter 8 pg. 221 of Lewis and Gilman. Then answer the Tough Call questions that follow.
Discuss the impact of state, local, and federal statutes and codes on public employers and employees.
Textbook:
Lewis, Carol W. and Stuart C. Gillman, The Ethics Challenge in Public Service, 3rd ed. Josey-Bass, San Francisco, 2012