Atlantic World History, Europe Africa, and Americas

Chicago / Turabian, English
You are welcome to go over this limit, but 750 words is the minimum.) The paper should be in Turabian formatting, double-spaced in 12 point, Times New Roman, font. The chapter from The Atlanic World (Thomas Benjamin) and Major Problems in Atlantic history (Alison F. Games) are listed below, scanned and copied, please answer What are the major takeaways from the reading? How has the reading changed your understanding of this period in history?Please make sure that you are writing in third person. Lastly, provide three additional sources (either books or peer-reviewed journal articles) for further reading in an annotated bibliography to support the reading. What are three major sources in this related topic that every historian should be familiar with? In the annotation, address who the author is, why the author is an expert in…
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Atlantic World History, Europe Africa, and Americas

Chicago / Turabian, English
You are welcome to go over this limit, but 750 words is the minimum.) The paper should be in Turabian formatting, double-spaced in 12 point, Times New Roman, font. The 2 chapters from The Atlanic World (Thomas Benjamin) and Major Problems in Atlantic history (Alison F. Games) are listed below, scanned and copied, please answer What are the major takeaways from the reading? How has the reading changed your understanding of this period in history?Please make sure that you are writing in third person. Lastly, provide three additional sources (either books or peer-reviewed journal articles) for further reading in an annotated bibliography to support the reading. What are three major sources in this related topic that every historian should be familiar with? In the annotation, address who the author is, why the author is an expert…
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How did the quest for security (economic security, national security, internal security) change American attitudes about the scope of government after World War Two?

Chicago / Turabian, English
How did the quest for security (economic security, national security, internal security) change American attitudes about the scope of government after World War Two? The paper should be double-spaced with one-inch margins on all sides and use a standard 12-point font. Papers should strictly adhere to the word limit. Material beyond 1750 words will not be read. You may exclude your citations from the word count. Proofread your paper for misspellings using a dictionary or spell checker. Find and correct all typographical and grammatical errors. Make it your goal to pass in an error-free paper.
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Theory and Business

Chicago / Turabian, English
Choose any consumer behavior you have noticed in the marketwith any product, integrate it with a theory and detail on the Implications ofthe consumer behavior for marketers, and/or brands, and/or businesses, and/orpolicymakers (e.g., products/brands/services/government institutions/othernon-profit organisations)
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JOURNALISTIC TRANSLATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS NARRATIVES: REPRESENTATION OF THE RUSSIAN ENERGY WEEK 2021 IN GERMAN-LANGUAGE PRINTED NEWS BRANDS

Chicago / Turabian, English
1. I need an article for a scientific journal.2. The structure of the article: Abstract (150 words), Key words, Introduction, Materials and Method, Results and Discussion, Conclusion3. In the uploaded file "Example", you can find an article I want like.4. The articles in the files "Examples" and from 1 to 16 should be cited in the article.5. In the file "Scratch" there is my scratch of Results and Discussions with description of examples.6. Two files contain sources of evidence.7. The article deals with translation from Russian into German.
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Korean Battle Study

Chicago / Turabian, English
Howdid logistics affect the battle?  Did oneside have an advantage in available supplies or transportation?I just have to do a slide on G Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines for the Chosen Reservoir with Captain Carl Sitter. I will have to be able to speak on this for about 5 minutes as well. 
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ETHICS

Chicago / Turabian, English
REPLY TO THIS : Relativism vs. AbsolutismIs Christian ethics relativistic or absolutist? Before determining that answer, I want to define my view on relativism and absolutism. For me, relativism means that my moral compass is guided by the nature of the environment that I belong. Nothing is black and white per se, but moral-ethical decisions are made based on society's opinions of if that action is right or wrong. Cultural relativism is often the most common form found in relativism in that the view of right or wrong is determined by the culture to which you belong.Absolutism, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. Moral absolutes are just that, right or wrong, with no fundamental ambiguity. Essentially moral-ethical decisions are guided by defined rules that we should follow. There is…
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Discussion

Chicago / Turabian, Philosophy
First, consider Ion:After listening to a dramatic reading of Plato's very short and early dialogue at this link,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkgWbg-0OcMI (Links to an external site.)consider the following.  Ion was the Brad Pitt or Will Smith of his time.  Ion was well-known, well-dressed, well-liked, and wealthy.  Ion was a celeb.  Socrates was, well, just a guy with a lot of questions and far fewer accessories - Socrates is described as 'dressing down' in his simple clothes and with no footwear, despite customs in Athens to the contrary.What does Socrates find out from Ion about how much Ion actually knows?What does Socrates say about what Ion purports to know? How do Socrates' interview with Ion tell us something about Plato's view of art, as described briefly on page 340 of our text? Watch Hank…
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Discussion

Chicago / Turabian, Philosophy
First, consider Ion:After listening to a dramatic reading of Plato's very short and early dialogue at this link,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkgWbg-0OcMI (Links to an external site.)consider the following.  Ion was the Brad Pitt or Will Smith of his time.  Ion was well-known, well-dressed, well-liked, and wealthy.  Ion was a celeb.  Socrates was, well, just a guy with a lot of questions and far fewer accessories - Socrates is described as 'dressing down' in his simple clothes and with no footwear, despite customs in Athens to the contrary.What does Socrates find out from Ion about how much Ion actually knows?What does Socrates say about what Ion purports to know? How do Socrates' interview with Ion tell us something about Plato's view of art, as described briefly on page 340 of our text?  Watch Hank…
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