When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources.

We are doing a TED talk in a week, but before I make the Ted Talk I need to make an annotated bibliography.
When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources. Your annotations should be 2-4 sentences long and explain the main ideas, arguments, and/or evidence of the sources. You can also use sources from the course, but I want you to have at least 5 sources from outside of the course.
Please also include a potential title for your talk and include your name on what you turn in.
Needs to be very reliable sources.

How is the essay response which you have prepared for part i (“in this present era of globalisation, state sovereignty is dead.”)

For Part II of your assignment, respond to the following question:
How is the essay response which you have prepared for Part I (“In this present era of globalisation, state sovereignty is dead.”) of this assignment different to other forms of writing that you have read or engaged with on this topic?
Write a brief response (500 words) to the question above, reflecting on how you have developed your process of academic research and writing. While there is no strict method by which the response must be given, use all three of the following prompts for your response to the question above:
What are you comparing your essay response to? (newspaper or magazine articles, opinion pieces, books, TV interviews, social media posts, public debates, A-level or high school essays, professional or business reports, conversations with friends)
Drawing on what you learned in the studies, identify at least three (3) key differences between your academic essay and the other writing(s) you are comparing it to. These might include reference to citations, sources, use of feedback, or even biases which might have revealed themselves to you.
EITHER: Reflect on one or two major challenges you encountered when researching and writing your essay and how you addressed them. These can be about selecting and understanding the question, finding adequate resources and evidence to justify your thesis, formulating your thesis, understanding the difference between justification and support, or any other issue related to the academic nature of your research and writing.
OR: Consider in what ways (if any) the studies have made you think differently about what you read and how you read it (e.g. abstracts or full articles? Identifying thesis vs. justification vs. support in a document? Scanning a document for specific information or broad themes?) – or about the ways you organise your own thoughts on specific topics and debates?
Reflect critically and evaluate: demonstrate that you have the ability to reflect on your own learning practices, and evaluate the usefulness of those processes to the task at hand. The aim here is not to simply summarise the steps that were outlined for you on ARWS, but rather to consider your own methods (with examples) for researching, writing, editing and commenting on academic work.
While it does not need to follow the Thesis-Justification-Support structure you used for Part I, you can still organise your comments in Part II around main themes or claims that you wish to reflect on, following each of the prompts listed in 1-3 above.
There is no requirement to use sources for Part II of the assignment. However, if you do use or make reference to materials (either from the module or from external sources), you must include in-text citations and a reference list for this part of the assignment as well.
For more information, see the short video below which outlines the style and purpose of good reflective writing in the context of your own learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoI67VeE3ds

What questions have the scholarly articles addressed?

Must provide 3 *ACADEMIC PEER-REVIEWED* journal articles relevant to the topic research question: How has China responded to the U.S. engagement in East Asia. Do NOT summarize article by article. When you design the literature review, make sure to answer these questions:
What questions have the scholarly articles addressed?
What are the main arguments of the articles?
How solid is the evidence provided in the articles to reach their conclusions?
What are the points of convergence and disagreement in the literature?
What are the most important problems and gaps that require further research?
Include a brief explanation of why the research question is important in understanding Chinese politibcics and its international relations.

What questions have the scholarly articles addressed?

Must provide 3 *ACADEMIC PEER-REVIEWED* journal articles relevant to the topic research question: How has China responded to the U.S. engagement in East Asia. Do NOT summarize article by article. When you design the literature review, make sure to answer these questions:
What questions have the scholarly articles addressed?
What are the main arguments of the articles?
How solid is the evidence provided in the articles to reach their conclusions?
What are the points of convergence and disagreement in the literature?
What are the most important problems and gaps that require further research?
Include a brief explanation of why the research question is important in understanding Chinese politibcics and its international relations.

Describe a social work plan in terms of the level of social work practice, i.e. macro, meso, or micro, that will address the needs of a particular vulnerable population, i.e. children, persons with disabilitiebcis, or elderly.

Note: Introduction – Write an introduction but do not use “Introduction” as a heading in accordance with the rules put forth in the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (2010, p. 63). Also remember that the APA manual provides students with much information related to the general rules for writing in a grammatically correct way.
In addition to the required readings (course textbook(s) and module readings) you are also required to incorporate and cite a minimum of (3) outside credible and relevant sources, including peer reviewed journal articles published between 2014-2019. The best journal sources for this course are Journal of Human Rights and International Social Work, though depending on the topic, you might find resources in other journals to support the application paper assignment.
Write a 2 to 3-page paper that includes the following elements:
Introduce the purpose and type of disaster or mass violence event you intend to address in the paper.
Apply a framework or perspective that explains the need for social work practice in a particular type of disaster or mass violence event.
Describe a social work plan in terms of the level of social work practice, i.e. macro, meso, or micro, that will address the needs of a particular vulnerable population, i.e. children, persons with disabilitiebcis, or elderly.
Appraise the potential effectiveness

– debate

The memo must briefly and concisely summarize the arguments within a debate.
DEBATE MEMO
You can decide which debate to discuss (there are usually a few different debates within a set of readings). You do not need to summarize all the readings. Rather, the memo should discuss the logical (in)consistencies of these arguments; present empirical evidence to contradict or support a theory or set of arguments and uncover the practical implications of this analysis.
The memo should introduce the following:
– debate
– elaborate on several analytical points
– discuss specific cases
– teasing out policy implications
– raise both an analytical and empiricbcial question for further exploration.

Is it more than that?

This conflict, in my mind, again really bridges that gap between political crimes and terrorism as both sides engaged in activities that could easily be categorized as one or the other and perhaps both. And so, I want you to examine the text and discuss what you think the Troubles represents and why. Is it a political crime? Is it more than that? Is it an example of terrorism? Pull specific examples from the text to support your conclusions (THIS IS ESSENTIAL!!!!) I also want you to prepare, similar to the Treuer text here, an argument that sides either with the UK/Ulster loyalists or with the IRA/independence. Basically pick which side you agree with more and then state why (and remember, support your stance with examples from the text!!!). Half and half here as well. Let’s debate both the tactics used by both sides in an effort to openly debate the Troubles.
Note: The book is “Say Nothinbcig” by Patrick Radden Keefe

Example reference:

Format and Structure: 12pt, Times New Roman, single-spaced, page #
Abstract
Introduction
Literature review
Thesis Statement
Framework
Analysis
Conclusion
References
Please talk about the role of Kpop being used in International Relations today and how Korea is using it as a “small power”. For example, how
Here are two references that I would recommend. If possible, try to get references from Journals!
Example Reference:
Example Format/Reference:
Please feel free to not match number of references chosen! Use only those that are needed but please don’t underubcise and plagiarize! Thank You!

CV

– graduated from Qatar academy (al-khor) in 2017, with a grade of 85%.
-graduated from university of Liverpool in 2021, Bachelors in international politics and policy.
-working in Qatar fund for development from October 2021 as a humanitarian aid researcher.
– experience in international diplomacy, and dealing with un agencies, and ngos.
-experience in managing projects.
– experience in negotiations and discussions.
– fluency in English and Arabic (reading and writing).
– biggest achievements:
1- managing numerous humanitarian intervention projects such as, “the winter preparedness for Syrian refugees in Lebanon in collaboration with QRCS”, “ the winter preparedness for internally displaced Syrians in North west Syria in collaboration with QRCS”, “ multi-purpose cash assistance for Syrian refugees in Lebanon in collaboration with UNHCR”, “ multi-purpose cash assistance for Syrian refugees in Jordan in collaboration with UNHCR”,
2- managing emergency response intervention projects such as “Afghanistan emergency winter aid intervention in collaboration with UNHCR”, “Afghanistan emergency earthquake response in collaboration with Qatar Charity”, “Pakistan emergency flood response in collaboration with Qatar Charity”
– conducted multiple field visit missions in Afghanistan, Lebanon, Somalia, Pakistan, Turkey, to overview projects and conduct technical meetings.
– Worked on creating new fruitful partnerships with international government organizations and international non governmental organizations.