•Identify something basic which you think you don’t like –This could be a food, a person, a form of music, art, fashion, an activity, etc. –Select something which you have ready access to •Whydo you think you don’t like this thing? •Over the course of the coming week, immerseyourselfin this “thing” – Delve into its background, etc –Daily exposure at the minimum, preferably multiple times during the day. •How difficult was it for you to undertake this activity? •Can you apply the principles of fluency/disfluency convergence to assist you in learning to like this “thing”? How has becoming quite familiar […]
Introduction The nation of Israel was officially created on November 29, 1947 as a result of UN Resolution 181 to provide a homeland for the Jewish people in a region with strong historical significance to people of Jewish faith (as well as Muslim and Christian faiths). This was accomplished by partitioning Palestine, an Arab nation, into two nations, creating animosity among the Arab peoples in the region, particularly the Palestinians, and resulting in decades of conflict between them and the nation of Israel. In the intervening years, Israel has engaged in the practice of expanding its territory into Palestine by […]
Students should prepare a 5-to-7 page paper (which excludes bibliography and endnotes) analyzing the 4 books by Voltaire. Marx/Engels, Hoffer, and Memmi. How do they address man’s alienation in modern society and how do their solutions for man’s alienation compare with and differ from each other? Do not use any secondary sources other than the textbook. There are two questions to answer: (1) How do they address man’s alienation in modern society and (2)how do their solutions for man’s alienation compare with and differ from each other? The key here is to define the word “alienation”. Look it up in […]
The American Civil War began in 1861 and was a war between the North and South. The premise of the war was the abolishment of slavery – the North was for abolishment of slavery and the South was not. According to Keene (2013), “The Civil War brought profound social, political, and economic change to the United States” (p. 374). Both the South and North felt that they would win the war. The North, having twice the population as the South, also “possessed a vast industrial system” (Keene, 2013, p. 376). The South feeling that they have a geographic advantage and, […]
Question Description (SSTH 037 059) This evaluation will cover the lessons in this unit. It is open book, meaning you can use your textbook, syllabus, and other course materials. You will need to understand, analyze, and apply the information you have learned in order to answer the questions correctly. To submit the evaluation, follow the directions provided. Multiple-Choice Select the response that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Austin Camp David Peace A I have an essay due in Wednesday and I’m so busy at work I won’t be able to write it! I need someone to write this essay for me, it’s about Camp David Peace Accords 1979. I will take a picture of my paper for this writing assignment and you will see all the requirements for this assistant. Thank you. Attachment previewHIST 1302 Writing Assignment – Short Research Paper It is an unfortunate occurrence that many history classes run out of time in the school year without covering the modern era. ccords
Question 1 Match the post-Civil War figures to what they are most known for. Andrew Johnson Rutherford B. Hayes Eugene V. Debs Andrew Carnegie John D. Rockefeller Cornelius Vanderbilt Hiram Revels J. Pierpont Morgan Susan B. Anthony Virginia Minor A. Accused of being too sympathetic to the South following the war; he would be the first impeached American President B. Unlikely replacement of Ulysses S. Grant as Republican candidate and beneficiary of office after the Compromise of 1877 C. Investment banker who created U.S. Steel Corporation, which became America’s first billion-dollar firm D. Scottish steel magnate and author of The […]
For this project, you will write a 10 page paper that demonstrates your ability to: Address all parts of the topic with a clear point of view Support a clear thesis statement with developed paragraphs Reference historical facts from colonization-1877 to support your arguments Analyze both historical and present-day perspectives of minority groups, as well as any mainstream perspectives that are applicable Incorporate scholarly resources to support your point of view, including at least three primary sources APA do not need to include cover page please! Your paper must address the following prompt: Focusing […]
Question Description In a 500-word or so post, answer the following. World War One (or the “Great War” as it was known at the time) brought the 700-year Ottoman Empire to an end. Describe how the Middle East was reconfigured as a result. From your readings (and any additional internet research if you desire) write a historical summary of early twentieth century Egypt.
4 essay questions in each essaywrite a minimum of 300 words, but not more than 500 words. 1) Assess the creation of an American empire between 1898 and 1919. Why did the United States start engaging in empire-building? How did the United States expand its influence throughout the world? What conflicts originated from this expansion of influence? 2) Assess the economic and social changes that occurred within society in the United States during the 1920s. Why was consumer spending key to the prosperity that occurred during the 1920s? Why was it unsustainable? Explain how new forms of entertainment challenged traditional […]