Use the IRAC method to outline Duncan v. Kahanamoku. Produce a (5) five-double-spaced pages of analysis utilizing the IRAC – issueruleanalysisconclusion – method in the module 2 commentary. IRAC is a method used to deconstruct a judicial opinion, but it can be used for anything that you read. Identifying and assessing the merits of an argument or position are academic skills that you will continue to apply and develop. Use this template for your paper with the American Psychological Association (APA) style and format, 6th edition. Note that no additional research is required. All the information is contained in the case.

Grades are based on the following:

  • Identification and articulation of the specific, general, and sub-issue(s), rule, analysis, and conclusion
  • Description of the dicta (opinions of the court on related issues, and not part of the official ruling)
  • Fully performing the task assigned
  • Offering creative and/or critical opinions
  • Expressing yourself clearly and concisely
  • Forming logical arguments and conclusions
  • Grammar and compliance to APA (6th)

POL 300 Week 3 Discussion: The Collapse of the Soviet Union

Roskin discusses three theories about causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Choose one of these theories and explain how it relates to the collapse of the USSR, and assess and justify whether it relates to its internal or external foreign policy.

Discuss whether all three of the causes are equally at fault, or whether one, more than the other, is the basic culprit of the demise of the USSR.

Write and submit your Outline and Bibliography. The Outline should contain your thesis statement and the remainder should be a full sentence outline where you specifically show how your paper will flow.

The Annotated Bibliography should include no fewer than 5 sources (but not your text). You should find a minimum 3 sources from the Rasmussen library.

Remember that this is different from a traditional bibliography. First list the reference in APA format just as you would on a reference page. However, directly below the reference, provide an annotation in three parts:

(1) a 2-3 sentence summary of the reference;

(2) a brief assessment or evaluation of the source (why it’s reliable, how it compares with others, and so on);

(3) a 1-2 sentence reflection on the source (how it will help your project).

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