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one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph wi

one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph with a 1-2 sentence analysis of the episode’s overall point. Your paragraph must be between 150-175 words in length, bearing in mind that episode titles, numbers, etc. do not count toward word minimum.
Episode 47:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/12mN6y1TF2l-aRUefrJaN1NqYQySB2xbz/view
one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph with a 1-2 sentence analysis of the episode’s overall point. Your paragraph must be between 150-175 words in length, bearing in mind that episode titles, numbers, etc. do not count toward word minimum.
Episode 48:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10nMN0YcqSvAXwUwdfUdLx46Dj9zo5625/view
Please use the video as the 2 sources. I have provided the two videos just
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In a 2-3 page paper, analyze the circumstances surrounding the War of 1812. Disc

In a 2-3 page paper, analyze the circumstances surrounding the War of 1812. Discuss whether it is true (as has been alleged) that the war itself was an attempt to take advantage of the British when they were involved with the French in Europe. Is this an accurate assessment of the war? Support your conclusions using facts and evidence. Then discuss whether or not using this maneuver against the British would have been wrong in the context of the events happening at that time.

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Before doing the discussion please watch the following videos attached below htt

Before doing the discussion please watch the following videos attached below


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/19/opinion/israel-settlements.html
Please follow all directions

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The 5-6-page research paper, which includes parenthetical referencing (in-text c

The 5-6-page research paper, which includes parenthetical referencing (in-text citations)
A works cited page containing at least five works cited. Works should be accessed through the academic databases. Please no plagiarism!!!Parenthetical citations for the sources ,Please include a extra page for the “works cited “

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MUST HAVE TEXT Traditions & Encounters Volume 2 from 1500 to the Present by Jer

MUST HAVE TEXT
Traditions & Encounters Volume 2 from 1500 to the Present
by Jerry Bentley
1. The Cold War finally ends in 1991. Why? (hint: think Perestroika, Glasnost and War in Afghanistan)
2. Describe the process of decolonization in Africa. Was it peaceful, violent, or a combination of both?
3. Who is Mao Zedong? What did he do in China and why was communism attractive to many newly created states in Asia?
How would you define Globalization?
4. Why do you think we see terrorism in the early 21st CE?
5. What role does oil play within this scenario?

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Research Paper that will dig deep into African popular culture. The topic (Afric

Research Paper that will dig deep into African popular culture. The topic (African popular culture music) should explore the production and consumption of popular culture in modern africa. APA format, legth 5-7 pages

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WOMEN/LESBIANISM/FEMINISM 1960s-70s 2 possible episodes (there may be others!):

WOMEN/LESBIANISM/FEMINISM 1960s-70s
2 possible episodes (there may be others!): Chuck Gittings and Lauhusen-Season 2, Jean O’Leary-Season 2 (1st episode)
As you listen to the podcasts, TAKE CAREFUL NOTES. After, go to the website to find out more about the podcast episode and the research what went into making it. In some cases, you’ll be able to trace back to archives and other documentation. For whichever theme you choose, see what you can find out about the people featured in the episodes from Faderman’s book.
Write up a review of the podcasts, which addresses the strategies the featured people in the podcasts used to challenge discrimination against GLBT people. THE QUESTION THAT YOU ARE TO ANSWER IN THE FORM OF A THESIS IS: given the timeframe that they lived, do you think that their arguments were convincing? Why or why not?
SOURCES:
NOTE THAT for EACH podcast, you should read or examine at least one of the primary or secondary sources that are available on the website for the particular podcasts you chose. Your writing should draw from the podcast, the other sources, and Faderman’s book where applicable.
LENGTH: 4-5 pages, double-spaced and typed.
Technical Requirements:
Papers should be typed, double-spaced, in 12-point Font, with 1-inch margins. They should be 3-4 pages in length.
You can use material from lectures, classroom discussions, and course materials to support your argument. You are not expected to do nor should you do any outside research. Importantly, NEVER cite or consult any material that you’ve found on the internet on the topic.
CITATIONS: Use Chicago Manual of Style. There are LOADS of places to get help with this, including here Links to an external site.. You can also use the “How to Cite Sources” sheet that is posted on Blackboard under Essential Course Documents in order to understand how to use FOOTNOTES OR ENDNOTES.
Writing your papers:
Create a strong thesis. A thesis should be an argument, not a descriptive statement.
Be attentive to the context of the primary source documents (who wrote it, when, for what audience) and the language and stylistic devices the author employs. In other words, why and how they say what they are saying matter as much as what they say.
Use evidence from the primary and secondary sources to support your thesis (argument).
Note on Plagiarism:
Plagiarism includes submitting someone else’s work (their writing or their ideas) as your own, quoting without citing, citing incorrectly, or paraphrasing without proper citation.
To avoid unintentional plagiarism, when in doubt, cite.
If you are paraphrasing, read the relevant passage and then close the book you are working from while you are writing. You still need to cite.
Changing a few words in each sentence from a book or website does not make the ideas your own and is still plagiarism if not cited. Quote any phrases you use.

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A strong essay will include a range of primary and secondary sources, be logical

A strong essay will include a range of primary and secondary sources, be logically structured, and maintain a clear focus throughout. A single overarching thesis should be supported by three main arguments, which, in turn, should be supported by clear evidence and examples. At least three (3) primary and six (6) secondary sources should be used.You Research Essays should:
Address one of the assigned questions directly
Have a clear thesis supported by strong arguments
Have a logical structure and maintain focus
Make use of evidence to support points (both primary and secondary sources)
These should be academic sources (books and journal articles)

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one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph wi

one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph with a 1-2 sentence analysis of the episode’s overall point. Your paragraph must be between 150-175 words in length, bearing in mind that episode titles, numbers, etc. do not count toward word minimum.
Episode 49:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vqgKSEKohsZX–nl7klrkH1Rr75YWyh1/view
one-paragraph summary of the episode’s key details, concluding your paragraph with a 1-2 sentence analysis of the episode’s overall point. Your paragraph must be between 150-175 words in length, bearing in mind that episode titles, numbers, etc. do not count toward word minimum.
Episode 50:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G2w58PVHiFTH0h478xgsqcl3mxqFvjee/view
Please use the video as the 2 sources. I have provided the two videos just
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A strong essay will include a range of primary and secondary sources, be logical

A strong essay will include a range of primary and secondary sources, be logically structured, and maintain a clear focus throughout. A single overarching thesis should be supported by three main arguments, which, in turn, should be supported by clear evidence and examples. At least three (3) primary and six (6) secondary sources should be used.You Research Essays should:
Address one of the assigned questions directly
Have a clear thesis supported by strong arguments
Have a logical structure and maintain focus
Make use of evidence to support points (both primary and secondary sources)
These should be academic sources (books and journal articles)