Week 1 - AssignmentFinal Research Paper Outline For this week’s assignment, you will create an outline for your Final Research Paper. Complete the following steps for this outline assignment: Step One: Review the potential Final Research Paper topics below and select one for your Final Research Paper. Submit the topic as a title page in APA format to the instructor. · Modern day protections: Measuring current standards of reporter-source privilege against New York Times vs. Sullivan · The blogs have it: Court decisions that thin the line between bloggers and trained journalists · “I am innocent”: Exploring the privacy rights of families of criminals · Neighborhood watch: Considering the “public” places argument in residential areas · News media on trial: Claims of defamation against the industry Step Two: Create an outline that includes the following criteria: 1. Identify a specific thesis or central argument for the Final Research Paper. 2. Address each of the following five main points that will be included in the Final Research Paper: 1. Explain the historical significance of the topic. 2. Discuss each of the concepts and/or areas of law that are relevant to the topic. 3. Identify and discuss at least two court cases in relation to the topic. 4. Discuss the implications of the issue on the field of journalism. 5. Write an overall opinion of the issues discussed in relation to the impact on individuals, groups, and society. 3. Construct the outline according to the outline template (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. in the Ashford Writing Center. 4. Identify at least one reference for each main point and provide the APA citation for each source. You must use the outline template in the Ashford Writing Center for the completion of the outline. You must also provide at least five scholarly sources other than the required text in the outline. No more than two of your academic sources may be from the Internet. At least two of the five academic sources must be found in the Ashford University Library. Research may be modified for the Final Research Paper. Cite your sources as indicated in the sample outline in text and on the reference page following the outline. For information regarding APA samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center, within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar. Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment. Tolanda Carroll WednesdayFeb 21 at 6:25pm Manage Discussion EntryThe U.S. Legal System The definition of law is the matter of constitutional right and regulations that are a written document in which people must obey. However, the sources of law with journalism is similar. The three sources of law are common, equity, and constitutional. The first law is a Common law or what is known as (Pember & Calvert, 2013, p. 3) mentioned: “discovered law.” However, this l.