The impact of Arab-Israeli war in Palestine

+please include the outline (its very important)

The Thesis is the most important thing in this paper.

first please follow the
Thesis Statement Guidelines

1)The thesis represents
the backbone, the focal point or central/main point of your
research paper. It may be
an argument, a question, or a hypothesis.
2)The thesis statement must be stated clearly and without ambiguity It must be placed in the introduction section of your paper.It should be incorporated in a coherent

3) A thesis articulates to the reader that the main point being offered has been thoroughly explored and evidences It answers the “what” question (what is the
argument?) and it gives the reader a clue as to the “why” question (why is
this argument the most persuasive?).
4) Make sure you develop and redevelop your thesis statement to make sure that it convey clear and
unambiguous message.
5)Your thesis statement should provide a restricted
focus for your paper Make every effort to narrow your analysis to a specific line of reasoning/argumentation
within a broad topic area.
6)The opposite of a focused, narrow, sharp thesis is a broad
rambling superficial
thesis. Writing and rewriting your thesis several times will
ultimately remove any ambiguity
7)Avoid vague words such as ?interesting,? ?exciting,? ?unusual,? and ?difficult.?
Avoid abstract words such as ?society.?
These words do not convey any meaningful understanding of your intended goal.
8)Unless you are writing a technical paper (particularly
in the natural sciences)avoid technical language. Always avoid jargon
9)Use your own words in thesis statements, avoiding quotation
10) A well-crafted thesis statement reflects well-crafted ideas. It signals a writer
who has intelligence,
commitment, and enthusiasm.
11)Your analysis must address the thesis statement with focus and clarity.
12)Bring the thesis to its full meaning in the conclusion section
of your paper.

then please follow this. This is the most important part :

Writing a Research Paper Guideline:

Most research papers must tackle two issues:

You need to begin with a proposal followed by a general reading of the subject matter, a process that should take two weeks.
In order to organize your research, you must begin with a blueprint of the
necessary parts for both mechanical and contextual elements.
The best way to do
this is to develop an

1. Introduction

A.Define your topic and your thesis
B.Explain the reason for selecting the topic

C.Make a brief summary of the literature used in researching the topic
1.Primary sources
2.Secondary sources
A.latest research of publication

2. Analyses…
A.Provide a brief historical background to the topic

B.Draw the relevant details of the topic as you attempt to validate the

A. Political Impact of Arab-Israeli conflict in Palestine

1- sub title
2- sub title
3- sub title

B. The economic impact of Arab Israeli conflict in Palestine

1- sub title
2- sub title

3.Conclusion and some final

A.Bring the thesis back home
B.Explain the implication of the study

judicial restraint and judicial activism

Explain differences between judicial restraint and judicial activism and apply the concepts to cases we have discussed in class. Discuss which approach you think is

appropriate and why.

here is some example form the lecture might help

(( • Cases challenging regulation of reproduction and sexuality have been filed under the 14th amendment. For example, until Roe v. Wade, many states prohibited

abortion. Other states have regulated sodomy, often defined in the statutes as oral and anal intercourse; some statutes made homosexual sodomy a crime, but not

heterosexual; some states made both illegal. Many states make adultery illegal.
• “Right to privacy” – is not explicitly spelled out in the Constitution, but many scholars believe that the founders intended for such a right to exist, and that the

existence of other amendments like the Fourth Amendment (protection from searches and seizures) supports that idea.
– Griswold v. CT – 1965- first case in which court says a right to privacy exists; the case overturns a Connecticut law regulating birth control.
– Roe v. Wade – 1973 – is the second case declaring a right to privacy; Roe court prohibits regulation of abortion up to the third trimester, when the fetus is

“viable” outside the womb. At this point in the pregnancy, the government’s interest in protecting unborn life outweighs women’s privacy interest, thus government can

prohibit abortion at the third trimester.
– Bowers v. Hardwick – 1986 – upheld a Georgia law prohibiting sodomy; court said prior right to privacy cases involved family and reproduction; thus only HETEROSEXUAL

privacy choices (i.e, reproductive freedom and child-rearing) were protected under the right to privacy identified in Griswold and Roe.
– Bowers was overturned by Lawrence v. Texas in 2004. The court emphasized the highly private nature of sexual conduct and held that laws prohibiting consensual sodomy

were unconstitutional.
– Griswold and Roe reflected the court’s belief that choices about childrearing and whether to have children involve FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
– Laws that interfere with fundamental rights draw STRICT SCRUTINY, meaning that the government must have a strong justification for the law; often strict scrutiny

results in the law being struck down by the courts.
– Lots of controversy over court articulating “new” privacy rights even though not explicitly included in the Constitution.
– Roe v. Wade in particular is criticized as a case of “judicial activism,” the willingness of judges to “read into” the Constitution rights that they personally think

are important and overturn decisions by legislat

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