In conclusion therefore, the core skills require to write good history can be dissected into three main parts; the two fundamental principles of research and writing, within each incorporating their own inherent rules and concepts to adhere to; and the notion of social acceptance (via the audience’s readings and obedience to history’s current dominant hegemony) for a text to become a ‘good’ piece of history which, in this case, is the adherence to empiricist method and postmodernist philosophy.Not only is ‘good’ history marked by coherent linguistic skills, but also by analysis, structure and narrative.When writing history, there appears to be one factor that marks a difference between what can be label ‘good’ and ‘bad’ history – communi...
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Many books written today quite possibly do create a feeling and setting that would make for a good account of history.It will always just be a good story that heightens the personality of it’s characters through it’s clear, simple style of description and powerful emotions.It is ridiculous to say that Tony Morrison’s book is a good account of history.Stanley Crouch, in his essay “Aunt Medea”, talks about how language is counterfeit and those who tell history only tell their perspective (Crouch, 39); the view is entirely biases because of what they have been through.However, Toni Morrison’s Beloved cannot be used to provide a good chronicle in the history of slavery.
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This is why history has to be taught so that people can learn good citizenship skills.These abilities can make good human resource for Malawi’s political , social-economic institutions .History records individuals who for example sacrifice all they had to serve the destitute and this sets a good example to people who tend to emulate their moral sense.Good citizenship is a common justification of placing history in a school curriculum.The study of history lets students recognize the difference between what is good and what is evil.
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This semester in this course I have drawn that the American history is not all that as it seems, it is nether that our history writers are lying, it just that they don’t write everythi... .I have learned that in truth, the history of America is always full of important things that happened in which we do not know, but historians and teachers omit the important and interesting things out in order to please readers.“History is important.James Loewen and Howard Zinn has transform my understanding of the American history and they have taught me that our history books don 't generally go into a huge amount of insight.However, I do not know that reason of all the conflict that is happening throughout the world, but I’ll say that no body knowns...
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Thus as long as history assists this process then history of useful.Further, he advocates what he calls the “active forgetting” of events, the letting go of them, for he argues that “when it [history] attains a certain degree of excess, life crumbles and degenerates, and through this degeneration history itself finally degenerates also.It therefore follows that all viewpoints and ideas (including those of history) should be openly discussed without any government or other impediment.Given that history is a means by which we are “becoming”, then it is understandably a powerful tool and Nietzsche recognised it, because as he saw it “[history] stands in the service of an unhistorical power.However regardless of whether he refers to one or t...
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Being God’s servant means doing good works in His name, preaching the Gospel, and bringing others to Him.Ultimately history is a demonstration of God’s plan being carried out in this world.God created the world to be good.In addition to this, every human being has a built-in sort of moral compass that guides us in knowing what is good and what is bad.History does not happen over and over again in a circle, but rather is unique and has an end and purpose.
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Math and science are more certain when it comes to knowledge because you can physically see how you got the answer.Knowledge is nothing more than the systematic organization of facts and it is proven in every single subject.Bias ideas are a huge part of history which is why not all history is certain.The limitations to acquiring knowledge in history are all the problems of bias and cultural perspectives and the approach one takes when learning history.The certainty of knowledge may vary depending on some factors, but for the most part what can be supported with good evidence is legitimate.
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That reason was to show how someone’s history can change the person they become today.History will affect someone no matter what; its how you chose to deal with it that will either make it positive or negative.In conclusion, Franklin, aunt Cassie and Monroe were good examples of how history can affect a person’s identity.It reminded them of the time in history where they had residential schooling.A conversation had between Tecumseh and Monroe really gives meaning to the horrible damage that period of time in history had on the aboriginal people.
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History is not driven by greed, not by necessity, but by the individual people who apply their knowledge to the conditions of their present world.Owen gave people a new way to think about how a society could be run fairly, and these ideas changed how people lived, thus driving history.Martin Luther's ideas and teachings not only drove history in the past, but they continue to drive the present day.One such individual who has driven history is Martin Luther .If one views these three individuals, a religious monk, a scientist, and a philosopher, one can determine that individuals from every field drive history.
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Good, in a sense that white people and black people were now united, bad to some people who still discriminate black people because of the history.They don’t have a very good place to live in, they don’t have luxuries, they were not given importance on the society and they don’t have much privilege during those times.With this event from the scene, it shows that in our history, the government implemented rules regarding the separation of black people from the white together with all the policies that are given to them whenever they protest or did not follow the rules.Overall, Hollywood is a big help to us in shaping our knowledge about what happened in our history as the film makers are making it as accurate as possible.Each scene seems ...
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What is often left out, often not even recorded for us, is the flesh and blood of history, the stories of individuals who were just as caught up in the times as were the major players.There were nearly three million people living in Berlin in 1961, each of them with a tale to tell, and each tale, funny or poignant, is part of history.Carr, E. H. “The Historian and His Facts.” What is History?And that is reason enough to search out the past, to study history, and to record it for the future.This contemporary generation, born and raised in the tensions of the Cold War, will record the facts and write the narrative, but we are too close to have a good perspective on it (Tuchman 27-28).
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Sometimes it was good, other times, it was the most horrific sin one could commit.So if a drinker thinks that they will get great pleasure and happiness when drinking with their good buddies, they most likely will.I enjoyed seeing both the good side and bad side of alcohol.His writing is high level, one must have quite a good vocabulary and comprehension level to reveal what is being said.I must admit that the history of drunkenness did bore me, most likely because I am not a history kind of person.
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Students learn about their rights, responsibilities, and roles of citizenship by showing good behavior, being courteous, generous, participating in the classroom and within their communities.By allowing students to be engaged in their own learning they get to see how history played out.There are no limits to how much a child can learn with proper guidance and discipline.In the first strand covered in the standards introduces the students to American History.They learn about good and services that we receive from other countries.
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Good or bad, one thing is sure: we cannot change the past.The reason is my dad hoped his three children have a good future and could live in fair society country.I think moving to canada is a new literary piece in my family history.I have to be hard-working and continue my magnificent family history in canada!i have learned my family history is magnificent and impressive.
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The author had a good tone throughout the book that keep readers drawn in and wanting to read.I would recommend this book to anyone who wanted a quick brush up on American history, or to a history buff.Hourly History starts the book off by talking about The French and Indian War that begun in 1754 and how that war caused Great Britain to join in the war to convince the Native American tribes to support the British against the French.Published March 27th, 2016 by Hourly History Limited.This book had many assets to it such as good point and a strong writing style.
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I connected what I could between the movie and the actual history of Rome.In the actual history of Rome, there really were different types of gladiators.Definitely when you put the two, movie and history, side-by-side, you see how good of a job they really did sticking to the facts and at the same time, making the movie wicked-awesome with its totally cool action.In the movie, she joins the plot for the good of the Roman people but she really participated in this plot because she lusted after power.In the movie, she is portrayed as a widow, but, in real history, she remarries to Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus Quintianus of Antioch.
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The strength of this book is in its short size for easy accessibility; the weakness is that if one already has a good study Bible (or commentary), this will not be anything special or needed.While this guide does not exhaustively give tons of historical information (there are other books that do that), this will help students, church members, pastors, or anyone needing some quick historical information on the Old Testament.He separates the book into eleven brief sections for the reader to quickly find, such as: Introduction, Primeval History, Patriarchal History, Israel in Egypt and the Exodus, Isra... .Sailhamer set up to provide a short guide for the history of the Old Testament, and this book accomplishes that task.These are the types...
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(Henretta 2007) Conclusion According to the book American history by Henretta, the First World War took place in the 1914 in Europe and the United States wished to be a neutral party in the war in order to benefit economically through business.(Henretta 2007) According to the book American history by Henretta, America also lent money to be paid with interest to their European allies.According to the book American history by Henretta, due to the large number of men who has d been drafted into the second world war there was creation of jobs for the American woman and hence transforming the domestic life.(Henretta 2007) References:- James Henretta (2007), America’s History, Bedford/ St Martin’s Publishers.(Henretta 2007) Reasons for the Eco...
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History has come a very long way since the start of the human race and historians have made it their number one priority to trace as much history from way back up until the modern day and this has evidently helped us in so many ways.However, I believe history is very important, not only as a subject, but also as a guide and discipline in life because there is no way we could live this advanced kind of life if it were not for historians, writers and institutions that have taken history very seriously and studied it carefully to compare and contradict lifestyles of the past and that of modern times.Story-telling about the past or ‘good old days’ as older people refer to it, has been a part of many of our lives and it is always interesting ...
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As teachers and parents they have to let their students make their own choices as shown in “From Education” Emerson says, “it is not for you to choose what he shall know, [or] what he shall do,” shows that sometimes a student needs to find out the consequences the hard way, and let them choose what they want to learn (page 143).Emerson also believes that patience is an important part in education, “to regard the young [children, they require] no doubt, rare patience: a patience that nothing but faith in medial forces of the soul can give,” Emerson was trying to say that someone has to really care in order to teach information to children (page 105).Education is needed in modern day society to help students and children grow and help the ...
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It was a good book, and very accurately written to the actual American history.The real American history is in the black church.These are some of the big relations between Harper Lee's, To Kill a Mockingbird, and real American history.The book shows good examples of racism, working life, church, and many other things.Another good example of American history in To Kill a Mockingbird , is the way the churches were run.
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Herodotus does indeed appear to tackle his history like a true historian, when it comes to sources.‘ In a letter to his friend Gnaeus Pompeius Geminus, he makes a comparison between Herodotus and Thucydides, showing, according to ‘the six rules of good history’, how Herodotus was in fact the better historian.In conclusion, it is difficult to perceive whether Herodotus was indeed the father of lies or the father of history.In this period, the word Histori??However, in most case Herodotus manages to avoid this, by presenting a balanced view of the characters, trying to point out bad points as well as good ones and vice versa.
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“ .. By the mean of understanding our history and looking into the future, we can conclude in a general sense where we were and we are going to be.We can take experience from bad memory furthermore good memories give us courage to live.How can someone without a sense of medieval history have the slightest inkling of the meaning of the current impasse the West finds itself in its dealings with Islam?We can call our past as our memory it can be good or bad.Most of our population knows nothing else, and they have no yardstick from either history or culture with which to judge.
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Looking at the first three chapters of A People’s History of the United States I would better title it A Proletarian’s History of the United States.This is because Howard Zinn’s main focus on the book besides the actual history is the effect of the history on the common people and the workers, or proletarians as Marx and Engels referred to them.“They … brought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many other things, which they owned…They were well-built, with good bodies and handsome features… They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance.Zinn is absolutely correct in seeing the ulterior motives of our founding fathers; they realized that split...
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PHI 7100 Richard Legum, Ph.Serve in the military?The Central Questions of Philosophy – Political Philosophy • Value – Ethics (Good, Evil, Right, Wrong, Justice) • Political Philosophy – Aesthetics (Beauty) • Reality – Metaphysics (Cosmology, Ontology) • Knowledge – Epistemology (Theory of Knowledge) PHI 7100 History of Philosophy: The Classical Philosophers ©2013 Richard Legum – all rights reserved 1 What is Philosophy?• What is the just form of government?PHI 7100 History of Philosophy: The Classical Philosophers ©2013 Richard Legum – all rights reserved 3 The Central Questions of Philosophy – Political Philosophy Plato • Three kinds of the citizens – Gold – Those possessing reason (Wisdom/Knowledge) – philosophers – Silver – The enforc...
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Also, its thinking about the service users choices, right, protecting their privacy and dignity, supporting their independence and working in partnership with them and other colleagues to make the care better.Also, if we’re providing good care and the service user is happy then they start to feel comfortable and will tell us more about their choices and preferences so we’re able to provide our care at a even higher standard.Personal centred approach is when carers take interest in what service users prefer and use this when providing care.Before giving someone care or help with something if we think about all these things and what the service user prefers we can provide the best possible care for them.Person centre approach enables indiv...
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Like most historians, he began by tracing the history of the American broadcasting industry in a linear mode—the timeline.History is best understood when there are more information and the relation of all aspects of the society with the topic is shown.History is better appreciated when the facts are clear and the authors are able to provide a credible interpretation and analysis of events.This wholistic approach that Boddy employed in his work gives the readers a wider avenue to better understand the history of television programs and how it reached the stage to where it is now.Boddy’s presentation of history is remarkable.
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Evidence of this is that film history only started in the twentieth century however the study of history has been going on for hundreds of years prior to this.As stated previously, there is no doubt that written history and film history possess different strengths and weaknesses.Therefore this provides evidence that despite the fact that a film may not be historically accurate, it is incredibly effective at displaying the foundations of History in a way no other works of history can.Furthermore, the director does not put first these finer historical details but instead a good story line which an audience will want to watch.History is not a pure science, it is not just open to historians alone to study therefore historians do not have a m...
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Different types of advertising methods.Sugget, P. (n.d.).Allor, K. (2006, August 24).The Rise of Advertisement and American Consumer Culture.Advertising attempts to persuade the audience to buy a good or service” (Pope, N.D.).
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“History is written by the victor.Sometimes it’s obvious who was good, but we can’t be certain for every skirmish in our history.When the victor writes teh history, the loser is written off as the dark, the death, the void.Because Richmond was victorious, history was written under his reign.He shines bright.
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