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1 James Madison College Spring 2008 MC 202 Introduction to the Study of Public Affairs QUESTION FOR ESSAY DUE WEDNESDAY, March 26, by 11:30 a.m. You may always, of course, choose to turn in a paper early. However, early papers will only be accepted when handed directly to your section instructor in accordance with his or her directions. Instructions : 1. Remember that, if you did not write on the first essay question which was due in February, you must write on this question. 2. Please write an essay of five to seven pages, typed, double spaced (in 12-point font, with 1” margins all around each page) on the following question. Please write your section instructor’s name in capital letters on the first line of the first page . 3. Submit your paper by dropping it in one of the boxes at the entrance to lecture hall no later than 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 26. 4. Given the likely rush, please arrive early, as papers submitted after the lecture begins will be late. 5. There is a lateness penalty of 11.0 (one grade point) per day for each 24-hour period or
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Unformatted text preview: portion thereof. And so for instance a paper turned in on March 26 th any time after the lecture starts will receive a deduction of 1.0 off the grade it would otherwise have earned. 6. In writing, be sure repeatedly to back up your computer files in more than one place (because, for instance, disks and flash drives sometimes fail or are lost) and plan for the possibility of printing problems and long lines to use university computing facilities as the deadline approaches. The paper is due at the same time for everyone, whether or not, for instance, you have printing problems. The question : Is consociationalism an effective constitutional arrangement to protect and/or recognize ethnic and religious groups while also building a stable, democratic state? Your answer should use specific evidence from readings and lectures on Nigeria and India (although you may also include ideas addressed in other parts of the course.)...
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