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From any of the datasets either furnished with SPSS, or any other dataset you ch

From any of the datasets either furnished with SPSS, or any other dataset you chose., develop a reasonable hypothesis. This means you need to come up with an independent and dependent variable.
Your project should do the following
a. Explain why this hypothesis – why would you expect the independent variable to affect the dependent
b. Run appropriate univariate statistics for the independent and dependent variables. Explain what they tell you.
c. Run the appropriate bivariate test or tests. You should do both a desсrіptive and an inferential test. If you do crosstabs, make sure that the table has been collapsed (ie reduced rows and columns ) if it needs it.
d. Then state what you found, in the light of your initial hypothesis. Note you do not need a hypothesis which the data supports. Whatever you find is what you find.

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From any of the datasets either furnished with SPSS, or any other dataset you ch

From any of the datasets either furnished with SPSS, or any other dataset you chose., develop a reasonable hypothesis. This means you need to come up with an independent and dependent variable.
Your project should do the following
a. Explain why this hypothesis – why would you expect the independent variable to affect the dependent
b. Run appropriate univariate statistics for the independent and dependent variables. Explain what they tell you.
c. Run the appropriate bivariate test or tests. You should do both a desсrіptive and an inferential test. If you do crosstabs, make sure that the table has been collapsed (ie reduced rows and columns ) if it needs it.
d. Then state what you found, in the light of your initial hypothesis. Note you do not need a hypothesis which the data supports. Whatever you find is what you find.

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12 point font (Times New Roman is good). Margins: 1.5 inches on the left, 1 inch

12 point font (Times New Roman is good). Margins: 1.5 inches on the left, 1 inch each for top, bottom and right. Paragraphs for chapters: double-spaced, first line indented 0.5 inch, widow and orphan protection on (required), no hyphenation (recommended); left-justified or full-justified.

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https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/25/asia/afghanistan-ngos-suspend-programs-taliban-wo

https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/25/asia/afghanistan-ngos-suspend-programs-taliban-work-ban-intl/index.html
Answer the following discussion prompt within the context of a 250- to 300-word response. 
Discuss a weekly major world news item. The article MUST be from other countries and have a global focus and relate to a global issue. Be sure to do the following:
• Include a brief, concise summary of the item
• Provide your overall impression of the item
• Discuss the item’s global perspective and impact on the world
• Identify any bias in the item
• Explain whether the article was accurate or inaccurate and why

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https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/25/asia/afghanistan-ngos-suspend-programs-taliban-wo

https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/25/asia/afghanistan-ngos-suspend-programs-taliban-work-ban-intl/index.html
Answer the following discussion prompt within the context of a 250- to 300-word response. 
Discuss a weekly major world news item. The article MUST be from other countries and have a global focus and relate to a global issue. Be sure to do the following:
• Include a brief, concise summary of the item
• Provide your overall impression of the item
• Discuss the item’s global perspective and impact on the world
• Identify any bias in the item
• Explain whether the article was accurate or inaccurate and why

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On the 16th of June 2022 the Heads of state of the EU member-states will meet to

On the 16th of June 2022 the Heads of state of the EU member-states will meet to discuss 7th round of sanctions towards Russia in the wake of Russian invasion in Ukraine. The Summit will review possible scenarios of situation development, the effect of sanctions so far, and possible future measures.
The Summit needs to draft and prepare a decision on the ban on crude oil coming from pipelines and also consider the import of gas from Russia.
Each student has been assigned a role in the preparation and development of that decision in the simulation process itself. Research and prepare your position based on the existing documents of the organization and the interests of the country that you are representing.
Resources:
EU sanctions against Russia explained – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/sanctions-against-russia-explained/
Questions and answers on the sixth package of sanctions against Russia – https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/QANDA_22_2823
EU response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/eu-response-ukraine-invasion/
Timeline – EU restrictive measures against Russia over Ukraine – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/history-restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/
EU restrictive measures against Russia over Ukraine (since 2014) – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/
Overview of sanctions and related tools – https://ec.europa.eu/info/business-economy-euro/banking-and-finance/international-relations/restrictive-measures-sanctions/overview-sanctions-and-related-tools_en
How and when the EU adopts sanctions – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/
How the European Council works – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/european-council/how-the-european-council-works/
How could sanctions against Russia hit European economies? Europe’s energy, trade, manufacturing, banking and markets may be affected if Moscow invades Ukraine – https://www.ft.com/content/26d7e3d5-dd06-4117-a889-9a7d6735f920
Russia’s economy appears to be back on track. But inflation has jumped, some goods are short and the long-term outlook is precarious – https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2022/06/10/russias-economy-appears-to-be-back-on-track
1. Length – at least 3 page-at max
2. Correct quotation at the end and in the body of the text
3. Font size: Times News Roman 12 pts. 4. Spacing: 1,5 lines
5. Be aware of plagiarism, as all texts will be proof-read Please Zero plagiarism

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A cases study of prejudicial attitudes in the East – West context Recommended a

A cases study of prejudicial attitudes in the East – West context
Recommended approach: well establish the key facts, not entering into irrelevant details; highlight the legal aspects of the case, as well as the reaction of the public opinion; draw conclusions
1. Length – at least 3 page-at max
2. Correct quotation at the end and in the body of the text
3. Font size: Times News Roman 12 pts. 4. Spacing: 1,5 lines
5. Be aware of plagiarism, as all texts will be proof-read Please Zero plagiarism

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Recommended approach: well establish the key facts, not entering into irrelevant

Recommended approach: well establish the key facts, not entering into irrelevant details; highlight the legal aspects of the case, as well as the reaction of the public opinion; draw conclusions
1. Length – at least 3 page-at max
2. Correct quotation at the end and in the body of the text
3. Font size: Times News Roman 12 pts. 4. Spacing: 1,5 lines
5. Be aware of plagiarism, as all texts will be proof-readPlease Zero plagiarism

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Recommended approach: well establish the key facts, not entering into irrelevant

Recommended approach: well establish the key facts, not entering into irrelevant details; highlight the legal aspects of the case, as well as the reaction of the public opinion; draw conclusions
1. Length – at least 3 page-at max
2. Correct quotation at the end and in the body of the text
3. Font size: Times News Roman 12 pts. 4. Spacing: 1,5 lines
5. Be aware of plagiarism, as all texts will be proof-readPlease Zero plagiarism

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Political Science

On the 16th of June 2022 the Heads of state of the EU member-states will meet to

On the 16th of June 2022 the Heads of state of the EU member-states will meet to discuss 7th round of sanctions towards Russia in the wake of Russian invasion in Ukraine. The Summit will review possible scenarios of situation development, the effect of sanctions so far, and possible future measures.
The Summit needs to draft and prepare a decision on the ban on crude oil coming from pipelines and also consider the import of gas from Russia.
Each student has been assigned a role in the preparation and development of that decision in the simulation process itself. Research and prepare your position based on the existing documents of the organization and the interests of the country that you are representing.
Resources:
EU sanctions against Russia explained – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/sanctions-against-russia-explained/
Questions and answers on the sixth package of sanctions against Russia – https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/QANDA_22_2823
EU response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/eu-response-ukraine-invasion/
Timeline – EU restrictive measures against Russia over Ukraine – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/history-restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/
EU restrictive measures against Russia over Ukraine (since 2014) – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/restrictive-measures-against-russia-over-ukraine/
Overview of sanctions and related tools – https://ec.europa.eu/info/business-economy-euro/banking-and-finance/international-relations/restrictive-measures-sanctions/overview-sanctions-and-related-tools_en
How and when the EU adopts sanctions – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/sanctions/
How the European Council works – https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/european-council/how-the-european-council-works/
How could sanctions against Russia hit European economies? Europe’s energy, trade, manufacturing, banking and markets may be affected if Moscow invades Ukraine – https://www.ft.com/content/26d7e3d5-dd06-4117-a889-9a7d6735f920
Russia’s economy appears to be back on track. But inflation has jumped, some goods are short and the long-term outlook is precarious – https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2022/06/10/russias-economy-appears-to-be-back-on-track
1. Length – at least 3 page-at max
2. Correct quotation at the end and in the body of the text
3. Font size: Times News Roman 12 pts. 4. Spacing: 1,5 lines
5. Be aware of plagiarism, as all texts will be proof-read Please Zero plagiarism