I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.A district attorney h

I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.A district attorney has evidence of a child molester’s guilt.The problem is that the police obtained the evidence without a search warrant. The evidence is watertight. There is also every reason to think that this man is going to repeat his crimes if he is released. The DA can doctor the paperwork to cover up the procedural error. He has a duty not to do so. He also has a duty to prevent crime. By tampering with the evidence a bit he can do just that.undefinedWhat ought he to do and why?
Requirements: Answer in word doc at least 5 sentence

I need support with this Humanities question so I can learn better.A. Give an ex

I need support with this Humanities question so I can learn better.A. Give an example in a real world setting (do not define the term) of each concept listed belowB. explain how each correlation could relate to shared or non-shared environmental influences AND would it make biological or adopted siblings more similar or different and why: 1. Active gene-environment correlation2. Evocative gene-environment correlation3. Passive gene-environment correlation Requirements: 1 page   |   .doc file

I need help with a Humanities question. All explanations and answers will be use

I need help with a Humanities question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.Attached bellow is a link to a YouTube video after watching it there are 3 questions that need to be answered. There will also be a powerpoint attached below which is needed for the 2nd question. Questions: 1) What are 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages of Obama care?2) Which political perspective ( review the powerpoint for this question) supports Obamacare and why?33) How did this video impact your understanding of Obamacare?
Requirements: 2 to 3 paragraphs

I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.Conversations about r

I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.Conversations about religion are often considered tenuous in today’s culture. However, most religions have more commonalities than differences. This assignment provides the opportunity to learn about a religion with which you are not familiar.Choose from the list below a religion that is NOT your own:An Ancient Egyptian belief
Hinduism
Greek or Roman Polytheism
A Native American religion
Buddhism
Taoism
Judaism
Christianity
Islam
To start a blog post, click the assignment title on this page, or navigate to the Blogs page in the course navigation menu at the left.In your post, include:Describe three features or tenets of the chosen religion.
Mention any written works and prophets.
Share how this religion compares to your religion (or beliefs if you do not have a chosen religion).
Requirements: BLOG POST

I’m studying and need help with a Humanities question to help me learn.In this m

I’m studying and need help with a Humanities question to help me learn.In this module, you have learned about different religions and philosophical views of happiness. Write a 1-2 page essay answering the following:What role does religion play in being happy? Provide detail and examples.
Is religion necessary for happiness? Why or why not?
Support your position by providing three pieces of evidence from the readings and lesson content.
Requirements: 1-2 Page essay

I don’t understand this Humanities question and need help to study.Expectations:

I don’t understand this Humanities question and need help to study.Expectations:This 750-word reflection piece (3 pages), worth another 10%, is an opportunity for you to think about what you learned during the Fall semester where you critically analyze the readings/films we explored together between September and December.
As your first reflection piece focused on the foundational theories of diaspora studies that we explored in the first three lectures, this reflection should focus on the readings or themes we covered in the Fall.
You can choose to briefly analyze one reading that you liked in relation to diaspora studies – Maus, The Coyote Columbus Story, Return to Sender, Lucy, Paul Gilroy’s Black Atlantic, Dionne Brand’s Land to Light On, and/or “Dirty Pretty Things” among others or you can analyze a particular theme that covers many readings – “Rewriting Histories of Displacement” and/or “Labour, Migration, and Politics.” Consult your syllabus for this. Ultimately, it is your reflection piece – you can choose to analyze any specific aspect of what we explored in the Fall.
This paper will be a space for your reflection – what did you learn that was new, how do you relate this particular film or novel to how it portrays particular diasporas, and in what ways, what are the broader themes in the work(s) you have chosen, what type of diasporas do they depict and how?
Examples of some questions you can tackle in your reflection:If you are looking at a theme (Labour, Immigration and Politics), you can compare how the labour of different diasporas are depicted in Lucy, Dirty Pretty Things, and Return to Sender.
If you are exploring a single work (Black Atlantic + Middle passage/Maus), you can study the trauma of the Jewish/ African American diaspora through the works explored.
These are some examples, but students can explore any questions in relation to diasporas in any/all of these works. 5. Do not plagiarize. Always cite works using MLA. You are expected to provide in-text citation using MLA (example – (Alvarez 112)). You do not need in-text citations for the films. In addition, please also cite all the works in a Works Cited or Bibliography section. Consult the MLA Guide for more information.IMPORTANT:-I am asking you to analyze The Middle Passage Documentary. Please analyze the African American Diaspora and key themes in the documentary. The Instructions are above. Please make sure to answer question 4 thoroughly. I have also attached The Coyote Columbus Story if you need to use it to for the analysis.4.This paper will be a space for your reflection – what did you learn that was new, how do you relate this particular film or novel to how it portrays particular diasporas, and in what ways, what are the broader themes in the work(s) you have chosen, what type of diasporas do they depict and how? -Please make sure it is MLA Format and work is cited correctly. I have attached all that you will need. The Middle Passage Documentary is on youtube, so I have put the link below. Please make sure you analyze and touch upon key themes and not just summarize the documentary, you can also include the Coyote Columbus Story.
Requirements: 750 words (without bibliography)

I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.For your final exam,

I’m stuck on a Humanities question and need an explanation.For your final exam, I would like you to take a close look at Star Wars by George Lucas and the two selections from Native American mythology- World Making Stories and the Winnebago Trickster cycle. According to Bierlein, one of the most interesting results of the encounters between Europeans and the “various peoples of Africa, Asia, and the Americas…was the recognition that cultures vastly separated from them by time and geography had religious practices and myths strikingly similar to their own” (Bierlein 267).In an essay of around 750 words (using only the sources from class), I would like you to argue for what you think are the cultural similarities between Star Wars by George Lucas, and Native American mythology. Use at least a minimum of 2 quotes from each source (for a total of 4) to support your analysis. Clearly mark your thesis with an *. Though Bierlein and others find this to be ‘extraordinary,’ I believe it reveals as much about early historians and ethnographers as it does about the cultures they were examining. Your essay should address the colonial, political, and cultural implications of what early explorers found to be ‘astounding’ Attached are the sources you need for the paper:Winnebago Trickster Cycle:http://www.hotcakencyclopedia.com/ho.TricksterCycle.htmlWorld Making Stories Book on google drive :https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kQaRR_TgFjYb6TSZ9XmKipzkU7yWK_cV/view?usp=sharing Requirements: 750 Words   |   .doc file

I need support with this Humanities question so I can learn better.View this lec

I need support with this Humanities question so I can learn better.View this lecture by Dr. Sam Harris, Can Science Answer Moral Questions? Also view this lecture on Natural Law Theory and this overview of Bride Kidnapping.Module 3 Discussion Prompt:By 11:59 PM on February 10th, post an opinion piece (min 500 words) on whether Sam Harris and Natural Law theory sufficiency establish an objective ethics? Is he correct to think that there are objective ways of looking at how people should behave and that we may, for example, condemn as objectively wrong, forced marriages, for example? Post a respond to at least one of your classmate’s posts (min 250 words due by 11:59 PM on February 14thFor those students who argued against ethical subjectivism/skepticism in the last module, your response/discussion post may be a refinement of your argument. You must respond to any classmate who comments on your post.
Requirements: 500 words plas respond to one student discussion at less 250 words as total 750 words

I don’t understand this Humanities question and need help to study.“big ideas.”

I don’t understand this Humanities question and need help to study.“big ideas.” What is culture? How do we go about studying it? What
is the relationship between cultural artifacts and the culture in which they are created? What is the relationship between artists and the creators of “cultural
artifacts” and the things they create? How is human meaning generated through cultural creations? We humans seem driven to express and create in our search
to understand and be understood. complete the work sheet attached, also see attachment of previous work done artifact work sheet 4 Requirements: complete chart   |   .doc file