Essay 1: Evaluation and SynthesisAssignment: Evaluate Buddhism and Christianity by contrasting the two religious systems. Synthesize by stating the essential components (assumptions and beliefs) that come together to form the Buddhist worldview?The essay aims at a focused response. It shall be developed with two aspects in mind: evaluation and synthesis.
Discuss the Effects of Gender Quotas
Examine the status of African Americans from Reconstruction to the modern civil
rights movement (for the purposes of this question, assume the civil rights movement
ended in 1968). What obstacles did they face and to what extent were these obstacles
overcome by the late 1960s?
What can you change in your plans to create an opportunity?
What would that opportunity be?
What is the probability that this opportunity could occur? What is the impact?
What are the risks (adverse effect) that are introduced by this change in plans?
How will you communicate this change to the vendor?
One of Walt Whitmans favorite themes is democracy, which he took not to be a mere political idea but genuine, radical equality. How do we see this dedication to equality in Whitmans poetry? Please provide specific examples from the poems that we have studied.2. Many writers of the Realist Era are distinguished by their commitment to reform, their conviction that literature can bring about genuine social change. Discuss how two of the writers we have studied seek to bring attention to injustice.3. The end of slavery did not bring about the end of racism. Compare and contrast the alternative strategies that Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois proposed for improving the position of African Americans in the postwar era.Will get with hired writer about the poems and writers that are talked about above.
Sherry Ortner (a feminist) provides a theory about women subordination as she refers to nature and culture. In one paragraph explain sherry ortners theory using an academic source as well as some in text citation. Keep in mind that Sherry Ortner wrote her theory from a structural approach. In other words, she tried to find a universal theory to women subordination. (slide 7 and 8 in the PowerPoint). In another paragraph, chose one of the following list to criticize Ortners theory. The following list of people provide or should provide ethnographic examples proving that ortners theory does not apply universally. Hence, these ethnographic examples are more in context, not universal. Using one of these in the list, provide evidence that there are women in certain places who are not inferior to men or there are women who are superior to men. The place could be a market or a country or a city or a rural area, any place is good. Also please provide some intent citation. List provided by my instructor: In Papua New Guinea, Kaulong men and women are both associated with the forest and the natural world (Goodale, 1984). The differences between men and women are not always reflected in the different values assigned to ‘nature’ and ‘culture’.
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The Final Research Paper will be based on the topic, “Modern sociocultural,
environmental and genetic influences on human personality”. In this paper, the student will
analyze current forces of either genetic influences, socio-cultural factors and/or environmental pressures
on the personality as discussed by a theorist in the textbook. Your paper will integrate a classical
personality theory of your choice (Freud, Jung, Horney, Sullivan, Adler etc.) with modern day influences
on individuals’ personality and its evolution. The fundamental questions for this project are, “are the
classical theories still relevant?”, “are personalities evolving from those discussed in the textbook?”, and
finally, “if modern personalities are evolving, what is the impetus of this phenomenon?”.
1. What blame does Hitler assign to the Treaty of Versailles?
2. What blame does he assign to the Jews?
3. How do these comments foreshadow the coming of World War II?
Choose one of the four groups of authors listed