HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

You must write an essay of no longer than 1,100 words, and an annotated bibliography.
THE ESSAY: will involve some degree of research, It is particularly recommended that you do not engage in mindless internet ‘research’ — the kind which treats the first few hits of a Google search as good sources, whatever they might be. Good scholarly practice is required to perform well in the research criteria for the essay, and to that end, the Annotated Bibliography is an important feature of the essay.

THE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: is essentially a detailed discussion of a selection of the sources you used in writing the essay. You will be required to identify your ONLY FOUR most important sources, justify WHY these sources were more important to your argument than all of your other sources, and explain the research methodology you used to find them. In order to do this, you will have to keep a research journal as you go about preparing for the essay,, you need to think about your research methodology, and be able to justify and explain your choices. You will need to plan for the annotated bibliography as you work on the essay and you are strongly advised to keep a research journal as they work on the essay.
In the annotated bibliography please address the following questions:
1- Why it is happened to be an excellent resource
2- Why is this version acceptable?
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THE ASSAY QUESTION:

Q- Article 6(1) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights provides: “Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.” Is it possible, using human rights principles, to justify the legalization of voluntary euthanasia in light of Article 6?

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Assessment criteria for the essay
i. Relevance: Is the essay relevant to the question posed? Does it actually answer the question and address the issue(s) raised? Does the presentation show insight into the scope and nature of what the question requires?

ii. Structure: Does the essay have a clear and comprehensible structure? Does it proceed in a logical way, stage by stage through the various issues?

iii. Research: Does the essay show evidence of researched effort relevant and academically appropriate materials? Were appropriate research methods followed? Has the material located in research been intelligently sorted and analysed and appropriately deployed to help the essay achieve its purpose? Research skills will be of most importance, compared with the other assessment tasks.

iv. Exposition: Does the essay accurately and fairly expound the relevant texts or materials? Does the essay show a sound comprehension of the material examined?

v. Understanding of issues: Does the essay show breadth and depth of understanding of the relevant issues? Does it show insight as to what the problems are, including their contexts and implications?

vi. Argumentation and critical discussion: Does the essay present clear and logically cogent arguments? Does it present appropriate critical analyses of the relevant materials and issues that show the genuine strengths and/or weaknesses of the relevant positions?

vii. Originality: Does the essay display original thought? Or does it show signs of being largely derivative of other works and sources?

viii. English expression: Is the essay written in correct, clear and concise English? Does the writing display an engaging and elegant style?

ix. Acknowledgment of sources: Does the essay adequately acknowledge its sources? Do citations follow the specified style?

Annotated Bibliography: Does it comply with instructions by selecting the four most important sources for the essay? Does the bibliography adequately explain how you found the work (eg by citing the search reference terms used in the search engine or catalogue?). Does the bibliography adequately explain why these sources are more important for the essay than other sources? Is the bibliography concisely written and properly formatted?

Case Title: Motivating Employees – Empowered and Appreciated
Organizations Discussed: Flight 001

1.According to Maslow’s hierarchy, which basic needs did Shank’s old boss fail to meet? Explain why the needs have not been met. What could be done to meet these missing needs?

2. Use the Expectancy Theory and/or the Equity Theory of motivation to explain how feeling underpaid might affect the work of a Flight 001 associate and what a manager can do to increase the employee’s motivation.

3. Based on Herzberg does Two Factor Theory, what hygiene factors can you identify that are being met within Flight 001’s work environment based on comments made by employees in the video? How are they being met? Is Flight 001’s work environment meeting any motivation factors? If so, which ones and how?

for this Case Study:
1. Quality of the answers to item 1-3 above

2. Correctly produced APA parenthetical citations and References list:

can you please number each answer for each question.
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