McKennon Vs. Nashville Banner Publishing Company (1995)

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McKennon Vs. Nashville Banner Publishing Company (1995)

Case Analysis: 1995: McKennon v. Nashville Banner Publishing Co.

Read the overview of this case located in Appendix C of your textbook. Using online resources from the Library (or other online resources, such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and other reputable newspaper publications, but not Wikipedia), read the details of the case. Write a brief summary of the case from District Court through the Supreme Court ruling. In your summary, you should include the following:

  1. The      background of the case. This should provide sufficient information for      someone reading your summary to understand why the case is important.
  2. The      central issue of the case. In other words, the issue that the court is      trying to resolve.
  3. The      principle arguments for, and against, as presented in the case.
  4. The      facts as determined by the court. These are the facts that were utilized      to determine the decision of the case.
  5. Discuss      the role of the Civil Right Act of 1964 and the Age Discrimination      legislation of 1967 in this case.
  6. Analyze      the decision of the court. Was the decision derived from solid logic and      reasoning. If so, in what ways. If not, what was omitted or missed in      their reasoning.
  7. In      light of the Supreme Court ruling, what recommendations would you make to      executive management if an employee like Christine McKennon claimed age      discrimination after being terminated under similar circumstances?
  8. Support      your discussion with 7 scholarly sources.
  9. APA      Format, small mistakes in format will have significant grade deduction.
  10. Page      count- your page count can be a 12 pages not including the cover and      reference page.

Important: conclusion should synthesize rather than repeat the main ideas verbatim. Usually, the first sentence of the conclusion is a rephrasing of the thesis. The conclusion reminds the reader what your paper is about and allows you to make a final point without introducing new information.

 

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