Political Theory Class Exam 6-pages. APA format.. Political Theory Class Exam 6-pages. APA format..
I’m studying for my Political Science class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?
I need help writing 6-8 page exam question. I need help from someone who is VERY GOOD at understining poltical phhilsohy
THERE MUST BE NO PLAGIARISM AT ALL. I WILL KNOW IF YOU PLAGIARIZED!!. There must be NO GRAMMATICAL ERRORS
READING ALL OF THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY!!!
YOU MUST READ ALL OF READINGS I have assigned. You MUST INCLUDE THE READINGS IN YOUR PAPER.
Introduction: Please state your thesis here. Please be should one sentence only. Straight to the point of what you will be arguing about
FOLLOW THIS FORMAT FOR EACH QUESTION!!
Body Paragraphs: arguments and analysis
Conclusion: Going summarize what you said in your body paragraphs and refer back to your thesis argument!
Reading Chapter One of Power A Radical View
READ CHAPTER TWO CALLED POWER FREEDOM AND REASON
Although I prohibit outside sources, you might want to look Plato’s think “under what condition may political power be legitimately exercised ? How does your answer to this question relate to that Plato? Consistent ? Inconsistent ? Some of both” Search Plato’s view political power legitimacy.
You can use the internet if you are confused but you MUST NOT ADD THEM AS SOURCES. The two links I’ve provide are your main source of information
You’ll probably need to spend more time answering question two.
Below are two questions for this exam. Please answer each question as thoroughly as possible while remaining within the page limits. You should use assigned readings and lectures as well as your own work to answer these questions, ALL QUOTED AND PARAPHRASED MATERIAL MUST BE CITED ACCURATELY CITED DO NOT USE OUTSIDE RESEARCH IN THIS EXAM. I WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED AND MUST USE,
In order to keep your answers within guidelines you will have to be EXTREMELY concise and focus quickly on your key arguments and discussions. YOU MUST HAVE THESIS YOUR EACH QUESTION. YOU MUST ANALYSIS YOUR THESIS AND YOUR THESIS AND ARGUMENTS MUST FLOW ACCORDINGLY. There is no room for unnecessary asides or inclusion of long quoted pages. Keep the page limit in mind as you conduct your answers.
Each answer should be NO MORE THAN 3-4 PAGES IN LENGTH (APPROX. 1.100-1500 WORDS) for total exam length of between 6-8 pages, double-spaced,with 1″ margins all around). Please use a standard 12-point font( Time New Roman)
CLEARLY IDENTITY WHICH QUESTION YOUR ANSWERS. For example, if your answer question one, let it known,
All pages MUST BE NUMBERED. Please include a cover sheet. Cover page DOESN’T count toward your total page count.
Grading Criteria: Things to keep in mind while you are completing the exam.
Quality of analysis:50% of grade
Does your argument flow from logical premises? Have your carefully and creditably defined your terms ? Have you considered the implication of your argument?
Quality of argumentation: 25% of grade
Have your supported your position with evidence from the readings ? Have you taken into consideration alternative positions and responded to them? In other words, have would you answers if someone challenges your arguments and how will you convince them?
Quality of Presentation” 25%of grade
Have you followed the technical requirements listed above ?
Did you carefully edit your answers?( Please read your paper at least 4 times before submitting it to me). Use Grammarly to help you out with any grammar corrections.
Are your arguments presented clearly and concisely ? Is all quoted and paraphrased material accurately cited?
In Power A Radical View(PRV), Steven Lukes provides a graphic description of the three views of power he labels one-dimensional, two-dimensional and three -dimensional(see figure 1,p,35). In this figure, Luke distinguishes between power and not-power . Perhaps the least intuitive distinction is his distinction between manipulation and persuasion; the manipulation of one actor by another is a manifestation of power whereas the persuasion of one actor by another is not. The concept of authority transcends this boundary such that authority can manipulate and it can persuade.Its ability to manipulate is one of its power capacities;its ability to persuade is not.
Using chapter one AS your primary source, PLEASE EXPLAIN the importance of this distinction between manipulation and persuasion to the underlying notion of power at work as defined by Lukes. WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF POWER that makes this distinction possible? Do you find this distinction persuasive , as the terms is used by Lukes? Why or why not?
In your analysis , under what condition may political power be legitimately exercised ? How does your answer to this question relate to that Plato? Consistent ? Inconsistent ? Some of both? Be sure to Clearly fined the operative terms paying attention of how your definitions relate to those you might infer from Plato’s Republic and how they lead to your analysis. Use the assigned readings in addition to your analysis to justify your definitions, keeping in mind the constraints of good definitions discussed by Lukes. Specifically, that definitions must be “suited for description and explanation” as discussed by Lukes in Chapter Two of Power A Radical View(PRV) Luke 2005, 63