Identify actors in the courtroom.
Who are the actors in federal courts and state courts? (Include actors the two courts have in common and any actors who are different.)
What are their responsibilities?
Why is it important for these responsibilities to be fulfilled adequately? (Consider the effect of overzealousness compared to the effect of underperformance.)
Identify what is different between these actors in federal courts from the same actors in the state courts.
Contrast federal and state (your state or the state you’re from) courts (consider creating a diagram/chart/table).
Roles of each court
rates (Oliveira & Panyik, 2015). Visual representations help build a destination image that has been referred to as both the actual image represented and possible metaphorical implications of the image and are subject to a wide range of interpretations by different tourism stakeholders (Beerli & Martin, 2004; Edwards, 1996). In this view, photographic representations of tourism destinations has three directions of inquiry: the extrinsic direction which looks into the difference between representation and reality, the intrinsic direction which deals with the message and the style of the image itself, and the dynamic direction which focuses on the ability of the image to influence perception, lens, and experience of a place (McGregor, 2000). As such, photographic representations of tourism destinations have “multiple signifiers for the endless purposes of various combinations of senders and receivers” that contribute to the complexity of a destination image in itself (Hunter, 2008, p. 356). These representations and interpretations can evolve through time, through a process called resemiotization. It deals with “how meaning-making shifts from context to context, from practice to practice, or from one stage of a practice to the next” (Iedema, 2003, p. 41). That is to say, representations and meanings are subject to different interpretations as it is communicated in varying contexts and through different media. The translation of meanings within different contexts is affected by the various social realities, and might be eventually detached from its original intentions (Mehan, 1993). Scollon (2008, p. 233) explains that these meaning-making alterations are “always mediated by the actions of social actors as well as through material objects of the world”. He describes nine processes of resemiotization which he labels as discourse itineraries – action, practice, narrative, authorization, certification, metonymization, remodalization, materialization, technologization or reification. As an example, he took the word “organic” and described the complex transformation of meanings and definitions associated with it as a result of the actions, brands, and history coming along with it. He mentioned that organic can refer to the actions and practices of farming, or to the lifestyle, to an operational definition by a national entity, to certified products, or even the narrative of a brand. This way, he illustrates how meanings sought in language, texts, photographs, and other media are inevitably a result of past actions and experiences and can even anticipate future outcomes.>GET ANSWER