watch the video “The Right to Remain Silent: Miranda v.
Arizona” from the Annenberg Foundation at:
https://assets.annenbergclassroom.org/annenbergclassroom-docright_to_remain_silent.mp4, (25 minutes), read Chapter 4, and write an essay that
includes the following points: (60 points)
- Identify the legal problem with Miranda’s confession.
- At the time of Miranda . . .
a) What rights did the accused have when he/she went to trial?
b) What rights did the accused have in the interrogation room?
- Why does the law allow the accused to not answer any questions?
- Which Amendments are involved in the Miranda v. Arizona court-case?
- Give the two reasons Miranda was considered the most controversial criminal
procedure decision ever. Include the arguments of the majority opinion of the US
Supreme Court and the dissenting opinion (those who did not agree with the
- How did the court-case Miranda v. Arizona change the way law enforcement treated
- Do you think any changes should be made? Explain.
- Not all speech is treated equally. Describe the different kinds of speech (at
least five) and discuss which forms receive the highest (and lowest) levels of
constitutional protection. Why is some protection for freedom of speech essential in
a democracy? (Chapter 4) (40 points).
The different types of entry modes, to penetrate a foreign market, arise due to globalisation. The latter has drastically changed the way business conduct at international level. Owing to advances in transportation, technology and communications, nowadays practically every business of any size can supply or distribute goods, services, or intellectual property. However, when companies deal with international markets, it is complicated as the companies must be prepared to surmount differences in currency issues, language problems, cultural norms, and legal and regulatory regimes. Only the largest companies have the capital and knowledge to overcome these complications on their own. Many other businesses simply do not have the means to efficiently and affordably deal with all those variables in foreign jurisdictions, without a partner in the host country. Foreign market entry mode has been defined by Root (1987) as “an institutional arrangement that makes possible the entry of a company’s products, technology, human skills, management, or other resources into a foreign country”. There are a broad variety of different entry modes that can generally be categorised into export entry modes, contractual entry modes and investment entry modes. A distinction is also made between equity based and non-equity based foreign market entry modes. Entry modes vary considerably in terms of not only cost incurred by firms but also benefits and disadvantages provided to firms. In chapter 1, the study will be introduced and where definition of Modes of Entry will be given. In chapter 2 the Literature Review, the factors affecting the choice of entry will be explained. Furthermore there will be the description to each type of foreign entry mode and its theoretical advantages and disadvantages. Then in chapter 3 will proceed with the analytical and findings in each entry modes will be illustrated through a real case study. The recent case of firm going abroad will not be taken in the analysis with the purpose of getting enough information to evaluate each entry modes undertake in the case study namely Mc Donald’s Franchising entry mode, Toyota joint venture in United State, Nokia Greenfield investment in Hungary, and Nike Export entry mode. In Chapter 4, there will conclusion and recommendation of this study.>GET ANSWER