Societies must chose whether they are going to allow a small number of people to flourish and hope they share their wealth with others or whether they are going to organize themselves so that everyone can succeed. Jane Adams called the first “individual philanthropy” and the second “social righteousness.” Which approach do you think is better? Defend your answer with at least 3 examples from course materials (readings and videos). You should not need any sources outside our course work, but if you do use something else, you must cite it. Failure to do so is plagiarism. Course materials can be cited with simple APA in text format (author’s name, page number).
What is the theory of evolution?
• What is a theory?
• What ideas laid the intellectual and scientific foundation for the development of evolutionary theory?
I’m stuck on a History question and need an explanation.Compare these maps in terms of their representations of land, water, perspective, and other features. What accounts for the maps’ similarities and differences?
Based on the features and information on the maps, where did the cartographers get the data to create them? How might these maps have been used, and by whom?
What do these maps suggest about how these cartographers and their patrons understood the known world? Why are certain parts of the world emphasized and others left off?
Full credit for each week consists of two (2) parts – the direct response to the questions, and the challenge or agreement to one other student’s answer, explaining why. The total word count for both parts must be a minimum of 300 words.Keep in mind that your discussion forum postings will likely be seen by other members of the course. Care should be taken when determining what to post.This topic was locked Jan 24 at 11:59pm.
Requirements: 300 WORDS and plus response for two student in thire dis this is i just have to write for student it not have limt words anything its ok
I’m studying for my History class and need an explanation.Early colonial America was the result of people seeking opportunities of various sorts. What enfolded shaped the established power structure that we see today.
Prompt: Opportunity is a major theme in the development of colonial America. Why do you think that “opportunity” has been so important in the history of America?
In your answer, you should consider and properly cite the readings, audio, and video for this week’s Unit. Your discussion will be evaluated using the rubric below.
Your initial posting should be done by 11:55pm on Wednesday night, and you should respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings by 11:55pm on Sunday night.
Discussion Forum Rubric
10 points: The discussion posting demonstrates excellent understanding of the material by completely answering the entire discussion question, and considers the implications of the question. Posting gives thoughtful analysis. Posting has excellent synthesis of material with proper citation where appropriate.
8-9 points: Posting demonstrates an above average understanding of the material by completely answering entire discussion question. The posting gives good analysis. Posting attempts to synthesize materialwith proper citation where appropriate.
6-7 points: Discussion posting only answers the question by doing the bare minimum required. Offers little to no analysis.
4-5 points: Discussion posting is below average. Does not meet the minimum requirements. No analysis, nor synthesis.
1-3 points: Posting is an attempt to merely complete the assignment. Summation or regurgitation ofthe reading and/or other students’ posts.
0 points: Fails to meet the minimum guidelines per the syllabus/No attempt made to do the assignment.
Requirements: 300 words minimum
I’m working on a history question and need guidance to help me study.I cant seem to find the answer to this. I dont think you need to require anything but be great with World Geography or History in general.
Requirements: Not too long, i just need it to explain what I need to do in order to find the answer or just give me a refference.
I need help with a History question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.Please read through this account of the Great Awakening (Links to an external site.)In a discussion board post of 300 words or more please analyze how this account by Nathan Cole (linked above) demonstrates public enthusiasm for the Great Awakening. In addition, be sure to link the reading to the other course materials (textbook, the video clip, and the video lecture).In addition, make sure you find evidence from the assigned reading. If your entry is more of a general overview of the Great Awakening, it will receive a low score. Remember you are using the primary source linked in these instructions as the focus of your post. Be sure to bring in some examples from the reading itself, not just the background posted at the top of the page linked above.
Help me study for my History class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.Looking at some examples available in the PowerPoint, we once again need to think like historians and do
some detective work to answer the following questions in a 400-word post: A. What are governments asking of their populations and what tactics are used to mobilize
populations? B. Othering: What traits and characteristics are the enemies given? Make sure you have at least 3
specific references. [see list below for ideas]
C. Othering: What traits and characteristics are given to the home nation (fellow countrymen)? Make sure you have at least three specific references. [see list below for ideas] D. Do you think this type of propaganda would be effective today? Why or why not? → For traits and characteristics, you should study these images carefully: Think about what the artist was trying to say
• How the enemy is presented (or suggested)
• What is the enemy doing or capable of doing?•
Facial expressions• Facial features
• Imaginary/fantastic/absurd features
Requirements: 400 words
I’m working on a history writing question and need an explanation to help me understand better.For this RP you will use especially a chapter from A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn.The URL to the document is here:http://www.historyisaweapon.com/defcon1/zinncol1.htm I need a response paper for this question.QUESTION: If communities share common interests, did Columbus and Las Casas belong to the same community? If so, what are their common interests? (What was Columbus in the Caribbean for? Las Casas?) If not, what interests separate them into different communities? Did Las Casas have more in common with the Arawaks than he did with Columbus?
Requirements: 350 words