The value of Narrativity in the Representation of Reality

I need the theory outline for only Chapter 1 “The value of Narrativity in the Representation of Reality.

*An explanation of the thesis of the work. (What is its main argument?)
* A key example. (What is the most convincing example that the work uses to make its point?)
*Finally, a list of keywords

Also, a summary of the chapter

Mexican War

Hi! Thank You for the help. My topic will be about the Mexican War. You may disregard the top part of the attachment. Start reading where it says “Reading Paper” in bold. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to message me. Feel free to text my number on file. Good Luck.

The U.S. Navy’s Enlisted Aide Program


-Conduct research on the approved topic (Navy’s Enlisted Aide Program) with an emphasis on military heritage.Everything in this assignment, including the references, must be unclassified.-Base research on facts from credible sources. Research should focus on facts and concepts that will support an informative presentation. Students must compile a list of references used during the development of the project. A minimum of three credible references are required.-Include an outline and an APA formatted References* page identifying sources used.

-Develop an outline using the format provided.*Note: References may change over the course of essay development (i.e., the final list of references may be different from those listed at this stage of the project). That is expected and acceptable.

-The outline, and subsequent essay, must address the following main points: background, evolution, and importance.

Background: State the factual account of the ship, station, battle, individual, custom, policy, process, procedure, or historical event surrounding the topic. This main point should cover all the information that a reader requires to increase awareness and establish a clear origin on the topic. Explain concepts, terms, theories, or ideas that may be unfamiliar and need additional explanation for a clear foundation of understanding.

Evolution: Explain how the topic has evolved over time. Changes, modifications, additions, process adjustments, program creations, or any progress that resulted from a specific event. Ensure to maintain a proper sequence of events/changes to effectively explain how the topic become a part of or impacts current operations.

Importance: Explain why this topic is an important part of military heritage and current operations.

The Writing of History

Read De Certeau – Preface and Intro and create an outline using the parts below.

1. An explanation of the thesis of the work. (What is its main argument?)
2. A key example. (What is the most convincing example that the work uses to make its point? How does it explain the example? How does it analyze this example?)
3. Finally, a list of keywords.

The only thing slaves got was their freedom

Read chapter 15

Watch these brief videos: 40 Acres and a Mule

Lost Families

Slavery Under a new name


In no less than 300 words, What do you think was meant by the statement: The only thing slaves got was their freedom

Elaborate on this idea by explaining how slaves viewed freedom and what freedom actually resembled when it came? Also, what is your reaction to the videos? Do not summarize the videos; instead, discuss your response to the video(s) and how you believe the system impacted black and white people in the south.

Link for the book:

Login information will be available for the assigned writer.

human rights/inequality

Historical Research Questions
Historical research questions often focus on the following points:

How or why an event occurred
What the consequences were of a particular event
What the origins were of a particular idea
How the context of an event contributed to its cause or how it occurred
How individuals or groups participated in a particular event
What trends were occurring in a society at a particular time
When researching history, primary and secondary sources play a vital role in answering the historian’s questions. Researchers refer to primary sources for material created at a historical moment in time by someone who was somehow involved in the event. Primary sources include (but are not limited to) letters, human-made objects (tools, clothing, art, etc.), diaries, photographs, eyewitness accounts, social media posts, videos taken at the scene that go viral, and news reports at the time of the incident. Many historical events, especially of the last few hundred years, may have dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of primary sources!

Week 2 Assignment: Essay – Video Analysis

Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 4, 5, 6
Link (video): Benito Mussolini (Links to an external site.) (53:48)
Minimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)
Watch the entire video on Benito Mussolini (noted in the Required Resources). Identify and describe 3 aspects of the video you found most interesting that align with each of the following:

Foreign policy.
Violent and/or non-violent movements for social, economic, and political change
Governmental authority/loss of personal liberties
Conduct additional research to provide an analysis of those 3 aspects. What information did you find that the video left out? How did the video enhance your understanding of those aspects?

Writing Requirements (APA format)

Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page
This activity will be graded using the W2 Essay Grading Rubric.

Course Outcomes (CO): 1, 3, 4, 5

Stevenson, M. (Director),

Week 2 Discussion: The Rise of Communism and Fascism

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 4, 5, 6
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, select and address one of the following:

Option 1: Examine Marx’s writings on communism and socialism and compare them to how they manifested in reality? What worked and what didn’t? What misconceptions do we have about his original intent based on what we see in past or current governments?
Option 2: Compare and contrast communism and fascism. Select one example for each to examine the origins of the governments, their accomplishments, and their failures. What accounts for the fact that the masses mobilized to support these movements? Elaborate.
Option 3: Examine Depression-Era social programs (select one or more to examine in detail). Were the fears of a communist take-over based on the implementation of these programs grounded in reality? Why or why not? How do they compare to social programs in place today?
Follow-Up Post Instructions
Respond to at least one peer. At least one of your responses should be to a peer who chose an option different from yours. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.

Writing Requirements

Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial