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Rebelling against government for Locke

Rebelling against government for Locke
Under what circumstances are a people justified in rebelling against their government for Locke? What are the implications of this view?
Please note all the essays, should be referenced using Harvard method. All the essays must include a bibliography of the books and articles you have used, listed in alphabetical order by author, and including the title of the work, the date of publication, and the publisher. Pleas also use method of referencing by footnotes at the end of the essay, (referring to author, date of publication and page number). Using a minimum of 6 references mostly books.
*The first essay question the above within the Topic area, the essay should be a minimum of 2,500 words in length. (Subject: Political Philosophy )
* The second essay’s question is: Critically discuss the view that in modern states, political power is concentrated in an elite group. this essay should be 1500 words in length. subject area is POLITICS, STATE AND SOCIETY.
* The third essay comes under the same subject as the second essay which is:( POLITICS, STATE AND SOCIETY). 2,000 words in total. essay question is: How effectively do free elections, competition between political parties and the activities of pressure groups, ensure that the ?�people’ are represented?
* The Fourth essay is 1000 words in length, under the subject: Political Economy, essay question is: Which is the more important institution for development, the market or the state?
* The Fifth Essay is under the same subject: Political Economy, 1000 words in length, essay question: To what extent are classical approaches to political economy relevant to the issues facing developing countries today?
* The sixth essay is also under: Political Economy, 2000 words in total, Essay question is: Is it more important for governments and development institutions to focus on poverty alleviation or economic inequality? Justify your answer with theoretical arguments and/or real world evidence.
The seventh essay is in a form of a reading diary which consist of a short summary of at least six items (chapters, articles) that you have read during, 1500 words minimum, Each entry should contain:
– Full bibliographic details
– A very brief summary of the contents and argument of the piece.
– One or two illustrative quotes
– Your assessment of the piece (eg do you agree/disagree?; what you have learnt; relation to other material; ease of reading)
– Please use a variety of sources (ie entries should not all come from same book) or website.
* The Eighth essay is under the subject: Poverty, Inequality and International Development, essay question is What are social movements and how do they contribute towards development? 1000 words in length.

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