International Law Final Exam 1) Customary International Law &Women’s Rights

International Law Final Exam 1) Customary International Law & Women’s Rights (a) Customary International Law The customary international law can be defined as the international obligations, which emerge from state practice unlike to the obligations emerging from the formal drafted international agreements. Based on Article 38(1) (b) of ICJ Statute, the customary law is a critical source of international legal frameworks and sources. The customers can be created through state practices and opinion juris (Dunoff & Ratner, 2010). Normally, a customary international legal framework emerges from the consistent practice of governments which follows the sense of legal responsibility and obligation. Something can be determined to become customary international law when… Read More

Continue Reading

Assignment 2 – The strategic marketing plan 3,000 words

Assignment 2 – The strategic marketing plan Description Marks out of Wtg(%) Due date Strategic marketing plan (modules 5 – 8) 100 50 17th October 2016 Maximum word count 3,000 words General overview This assignment leads on from assignment 1. Essentially you are required to establish a marketing plan to grow the market and sales for the organisation you have chosen in the target market you have focused on and given the situational analysis you have conducted in assignment 1. This assignment should commence with an overall summary (about one page) of the context that you established in assignment 1. This will allow the marker to come up to speed… Read More

Continue Reading

RBM2101 Pathophysiology and Quality Use of Medicines 1

RBM2101 Pathophysiology and Quality Use of Medicines 1 Open Book Test Drug Therapy in Nursing Practice Case study questions related to medication, 1000 words. Assessment weighting 30%. Submission: The assignment must be submitted via VU Collaborate in the RBM2101 Pathophysiology and Quality Use of Medicines 1 dropbox. Posting date of open book test to students: 5pm, 26 April 2017 Closing date for submission of open book test: 11.59pm, 5 May 2017 Mrs Angela Brown is a 68 year old widow, and is back in hospital for the second time in a month. She lives alone and does not have relatives living nearby. Angela has a history of intermittent asthma, atrial… Read More

Continue Reading

MSL599 Project in Leadership

MSL599 Project in Leadership Spring Semester AY2017-2018 Project Report (PR) Course Code and Title MSL599 Project in Leadership Group Project Submission Soft copy on Blackboard AND hard copy should be submitted to my office by Saturday, June 8h, 11:59PM Assignment Type PR is worth 10% of the total grading Marking Scheme: Sections Points Score CLO Structure of the Report 3 2 Discussion of Findings 3 2 Conclusions, Limitations & Future Research 2 4 References & Appendices 2 4 Total Percentage or Points: or Abstract Due to rapid change in world business, there has been a change in approaches to leadership. When leadership approaches are viewed in past they are associated… Read More

Continue Reading

The Presidency News Journal Written Assignment

The Presidency News Journal Written Assignment: News Journals require you to relate current events to the topics covered within POS 2041, American National Government. For this Journal you will select your own article. The article you select will determine your success on this Journal. The article must be about The President, and illustrate a concept discussed in your textbook. The news article you select must itself be at least 4 paragraphs in length and come from a major, national news source. For a list of sources and search possibilities please go to the Media tab, on the POS 2041 Lib page. Create your Journal meeting the criteria we have been… Read More

Continue Reading

Final Paper Option 1 Students Under Pressure: Causes and Effects

For the final paper of the quarter you are being asked to write a research based, argumentative paper. The purpose of this paper is not to simply inform your reader about a given issue. While many of you may need components of informational writing (background, process, definition, etc.), the main thrust of this paper is to state a thesis (a position, or opinion) and, by utilizing various rhetorical devices and appropriate research, support your thesis in a persuasive way. There are a variety of ways to approach this paper. The most straightforward might be to consider your topic as a proposal (i.e., problem/solution). That is, you start with a basic… Read More

Continue Reading