I was assigned a 7 minute oral report yesterday. I am having trouble distinguishing these two topics from one another. I plan to encompass both in my presentation on Critical Legal Theory and Critical Legal Studies.
I need to know:
1. Origin - (I think this is Marx, but I am having trouble getting details).
2. What triggered it - (political dissatisfaction with hierarchies? need more details)
3. Purpose - (to reconstruct government so no hierarchies exist?)
4. Main personalities
5. Its practice
Issues I am struggling with:
1. What is the difference between the Critical Legal Theory and Critical legal Studies? From what I currently understand, Critical legal theory was initiated by Marx...is critical legal studies the study of critical legal theory?? I need clarification.
2. What does Karl Marx have to do with Critical Legal Theory? I cannot find much info on this except for this one fact.
3. Mark Tushnet? Other important influences? I need specifics so I can compose this essay/oral report. I know enough right now for about 4 min of speaking, so I need more details. I have the Altman book and the Adams book with Tushnet, however I having issues picking apart the most vital information. I cannot go over 7 minutes, but I wish to cover everything. I guess I just need details on the general stuff.
I need a VERY detailed answer on the 5 elements above (origin, etc.), but not necessarily a long answer. Please do not cut and paste from internet searches, unless you supplement it with a good deal of your own insight (I have already checked out the majority of online information, unless you have something on Marx that can assist me.)
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By responding to the questions, this solution addresses aspects of Critical Legal Theory and Critical Legal Studies e.g. origin, how they differ, purpose, main personalities or key figures and practices. Supplemented with links for further research, if necessary.
An examination of ethical business decision-making practices in global environments, focusing specifically on Halliburton's no-contest award of LOGCAP contracts in Iraq--implications are drawn from Dick Cheney's strategic position as Vice-President of the United States and former Halliburton CEO. Full reference information is provided in APA format.
The attached examination is in response to the following assignment criteria:
Application of Decision-Making Process
Submit a 2100-2800-word application of an ethics decision-making strategy to a current global business ethics situation. Begin the assignment by selecting a globally operating corporation. Next, select one situation/scenario that involves ethical decision-making by the business. The scenario may be one that is either currently occurring or one that has already been resolved. Use a Critical Thinking Approach to Ethical Leadership Decision Making to analyze and make recommendations for leadership action.
The outcomes of this assignment must include the following:
- A clear statement of the ethical issue
- A clear statement of the business discipline
- A clear identification of the business decision to be made
- A clear identification of potentially related international regulations (Child Labor, Holidays, GATS, EPA, TRPS, etc.)
- A clear identification of potential issues involving disparate legal systems and practices (customs, protocols, etc.)
- A brief review of the facts of the case
- A step-by-step analysis of each aspect of your critical thinking decision making process relative to the issue
- Your final decision, with the rationale for that decision
- An evaluation of your decision relative to the decision made by the organization
- The leadership implications of your final decision on the organization's strategy
- This evaluation must be supported by references to globally acknowledged, peer-reviewed, refereed journals and/or germinal sources and must adhere to APA style for writing, formatting, and citations/references.