Read the following article: https://uvamagazine.org/articles/the_trouble_with_civilization (Links to an external site.) < < What are some of the criticisms that the article offers about the traditional view of the rise of civilization? What kinds of trouble arise when permanent settlements and cities grow larger? Be sure to address questions of health, environment, and social issues. Finally,… Continue reading What are some of the criticisms that the article offers about the traditional view of the rise of civilization?
With a final survey in place, take the questions and conduct 10 surveys. You may choose to survey people you know or total strangers if you account for the type of sample (group of people) you use. The results of your individually-conducted 10 surveys are due on the discussion board by Sunday, September 25. Please… Continue reading For example:
In Unit 3, you read about “Curiosity Collections” which were, in fact, the earliest museums. In this assignment we are going to create a virtual “curiosity collection” by submitting “artifacts” (images) to the Curiosity Collection Discussion Board. Imagine that we, as a class, are creating a “Liberal Studies Museum.” The purpose of this collection is… Continue reading Make sure that someone else hasn’t already used your idea since there shouldn’t be two of the same object in the collection (that does not mean that we can’t have more than one painting or song or sculpture or photo–we just can’t have the same picture, song etc.)
It is a literary analysis of the short story, “Slowly, Slowly in the wind” by Patricia. I will attach the pages of the short story in the files. Below are the criteria for the essay: Intro: Introduction defines key concepts in relation to the central object of analysis. Thesis: Thoughtful, specific thesis that moves beyond… Continue reading Intro: introduction defines key concepts in relation to the central object of analysis.
PLEASE PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY AND TRY TO FOLLOW IT AND DO YOUR BEST AND USE A GOOD EXAMPLE. PLEASE Introduction Once you train your eye to look, it is not hard to find that the world is rife with injustices both great and small. One goal of this course is to prompt students… Continue reading Judge thomas low: “great men sometimes do bad things.”
Please submit two separate posts to this discussion: one from either A or B, and then one from either C or D. In the first post, contribute to answering ONE of the study questions listed under A and B. Formulate your answers in 3–4 sentences, using your own words rather than quoting sources. Number your… Continue reading Is it representative, affirmative, summative, normative, and/or iconic?
As you go about your normal life, consider the architecture all around you. Look at your home, the buildings along the streets, the place you work, where you attend school or worship, and the structures showcased in television and movies. Try to recognize the architectural elements and styles you are learning about. Take pictures of… Continue reading Take pictures of the things that catch your eye.
1-Read and take notes on the four revolutions taking place in Europe/USA during the Enlightenment. 2-Discuss the significance of each revolution. 3-How do we still see the impact of these revolutions today?
5 Enlightenment – The Ideas of the Enlightenment – YouTube 1-Make a list with the ideas trending in the Age of Enlightenment. 2-Name three which can still be seen today. How? Explain. Simon Schama’s Jacques-Louis David_1 of 4 – YouTube Watch clip 12:55-end Simon Schama’s Jacques-Louis David_2 of 4 – YouTube Watch clip Begin-2:40 1-How… Continue reading 5 enlightenment – the ideas of the enlightenment – youtube
Assume you are part of a startup organization that wants to lay off its workers. in less that 200 words advise on Costs associated with dysfunctional employee turnover