The Nike Case Study;Nike Shoes

The Nike Case Study.

The Nike Case Study. For This Assignment, Review Study, Located At: Viewed The Case Scenario.

The Nike Case Study
The Nike Case Study

Respond To The Following Questions, With Thorough Explanations And Well-supported Rationale. 

1. These workers state the “only thing they have is their work”. This statement suggests that without this work, they would have a lower standard of living.

Should we inflict western values on this society? Bring in the concepts of social responsibility, integrity and other business ethics practices.

2. From Nike’s standpoint, is this a fair assessment of their ethical standards?

Explain the some of the ethical issues that Nike is facing in the case.

3. Explain what Nike has done to improve this situation since this 2011 video;The Nike Case Study.

Include the use of codes of ethics and other ethical standards implemented within the organization.

4. Is your opinion of Nike any different now after viewing this video on The Nike Case Study?

Would this change your buying behavior with respect to Nike products?

Your response should be a minimum of two double-spaced pages.

References should include your required reading plus one additional credible reference.

All sources used must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying in-text citations, and cited per APA guidelines.

Sports Law;Part Two Research Paper

Sports Law.

Sports Law
Sports Law
1. Your paper will be 10-15 full pages, including footnotes.

Sports Law;

You must be clear and avoid the filler that is often contained in longer papers.

What is filler? Filler is extra “stuff” that just fills pages but adds little or no value to your paper.

2. Introduction (10%):

Your introduction will not be longer than two pages.

3. Thesis Statement: (10%):

Immediately after your introduction, you must present a clear thesis statement.

In simplistic terms, a thesis statement is the main point of your paper that tells the reader what you intend to argue later in your paper.

Word your thesis statement, as follows: “My thesis statement is . . . .”

The thesis statement should not be longer than two sentences, and normally one is sufficient.

4. Road Map (5%):

Immediately after your thesis statement, you must provide a clear road map to let the reader know where you are going with your paper.

Word your road map, as follows: “My paper will first briefly explore . . . , followed by . . . . Finally I will defend my thesis by . . . .“

Your road map should be only a few sentences, but it must be clear.

5. Background (10%):

Next, provide a brief but clear background of your topic. This may only be one page or less.

6. Argument/Defending Your Thesis (50%):

Now you are at the meat of the paper, defending your thesis statement.

This must be at least five full pages, and you must use your research to defend your thesis.

This is the hardest part of your paper, and this is where you need to focus your time and energy. Why?

This is where students fail in their Capstone theses (I don’t mean literally fail, but they lose a lot of points).

Students either present poor arguments or they present no arguments at all.

You will present clear arguments, supported by your research, to defend your thesis.

Last three points in this area —
1) Conclusion statements must be supported with your research;

(2) Do not use provoking language which amounts to merely an opinion, such as: “Those who support capital punishment are idiots.” (This actually came from a student);

(3) You need to fill in glaring gaps.

For example, one student’s entire thesis argued that the separation of church and state clause in the Constitution was misinterpreted by the Supreme Court and that religion should be in schools, government, etc.

The glaring gap was, given the student’s arguments, what did the separation clause mean? This was not addressed.

7. Conclusion (5%):

Conclude your paper in one page or less.

Finally, a few other points:
  • Grade:

The grading rubric for each section of your paper is highlighted above (in yellow).

As you can see, 50% of your paper is the argument section, which is why I say it is your main focus.

  • References/Proper Use of The Blue book (10%):

You must use a minimum of 6 scholarly references that will be footnoted (per The Blue book) on the page where you use the reference.

You may use a reference more than once, but it still only counts as 1 of the 6. Scholarly references are not Wikipedia, blogs, or crazy websites.

  • Formatting:

Double space your paper and use a 12 point, Times New Roman font, with 1″ margins.

No title page, no end notes, and no bibliography/reference page.

You will be using Blue book footnotes only. Please make sure to put your name and student id at the top of your paper.

Sport event and the impact on the host city


The impact of Grand Slam Tennis tournaments on economy, culture, and tourism industry in Melbourne, Paris, London and New York”.

impact of sport tourism on the host city

• Executive summary
• Introduction
• Literature review
• Finding
• Recommendations
• Conclusion