answer questions about Daphnis and Chloe

Briefly explain Longus’ purpose in telling the story of Daphnis and Chloë, as set forth in the Prologue.
2.Daphnis and Chloë seek guidance from various sources -mortal and immortal- on how to ‘cure’, i.e., consummate their love. Give three examples, specifying the source and the advice. Also, cite Book and Chapter for each of your examples.
3.Daphnis is initiated into the “mysteries of Love” by Lycaenion. a) What is the narrator’s attitude toward the seduction of a 15-year-old boy by a mature married woman? Cite the narrator’s words to support your viewpoint. b) Why doesn’t he go immediately to Chloë in order to pass on Lycaenion’s “instruction” to her?

First, please, summarize the author’s main points. According to the author D. Cane, what is a typical lifestyle th

For example, these chapters describe for us that democracy is a very big part of
American culture: people are expected to participate and influence government. At the same
time, we also learn that participation rates are low, and majority of the public are not informed
and not interested in matters of government.
Please read the article “Your lifestyle has already been designed” by opening a PDF file next to
the prompt or this link
:
http://www.raptitude.com/2010/07/your-lifestyle-has-already-been-
designed/
First
, please, summarize the author’s main points. According to the author D. Cane, what is a
typical lifestyle that most of us are living today?
Then, please, reflect about the following
: In what way may consumerism influence politics in the
country? What do you think could be the impact of consumerism on democracy? Do you think
consumerism is as problematic as critical theories suggest?
Format: 2 full pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 Font.
Please, submit your response as a
Word or PDF attachment into a drop box
#4 set up for this
assignment.the file have all the information you need

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1. Introduce yourself briefly to the class. Include your name, major or field of interest.
2. What do you think are the most important issues facing our country today? Explain.
3. What are American values; what do we stand for? What does freedom mean?

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1. Introduce yourself briefly to the class. Include your name, major or field of interest.
2. What do you think are the most important issues facing our country today? Explain.
3. What are American values; what do we stand for? What does freedom mean?

History about an interview with elderly family member about Women movement in US history then relating it to the chapter 20 of American Yawp (Chicago Style citations).

Then summarize the interview in a paragraph and analyze the interview in another paragraph. The rest of the paper should be you discussing the interview and cite resources from: https://www.americanyawp.com/text/20-the-progressive-era/#III_Womens_Movements about Women Movement and answering all of these questions-
Do their memories uphold or contradict what you’ve learned or read in class?
How can you account for any discrepancies, if they exist?
What types of personal factors shape what people believe to be true about the past and their experiences? For example, does race, class, gender, economic status, geographic location or residence, or sexual orientation influence their narrative of the past.
Where did they learn what they know about the past? For example, if you interview your grandmother about the 1960s and the Vietnam War, where did she get her information from—Television? Newspapers? Friends who may have served in the Vietnam War?
Format should be double-spaced, 12 point font, times new roman, 1 inch margins. Chicago style citations
.That my summarized instructions please review the actual instructions for this paper below:
Interview an elderly family member or friend about a major historical event, organization, or issue (this may be Civil Rights Movement, Women’s Movement). The event must be related to American History.
Craft a list of questions beforehand to help guide you.
The goal is to ask your interviewee what they know about a past event or issue, where they got that information—personal experience? News outlet? Word of mouth? Family history? What was their experience? Or are they recalling stories passed down through generations?
This can be freeform and organic, but the guiding questions may help you frame out what you want to be sure to ask.
This interview does not need to be recorded. Take notes.

In a 3-4 page paper report on what your narrator discussed. Use the textbook, assigned readings, and class discussions to assess and evaluate the narrative told by the narrator.

History about an interview with elderly family member about Women movement in US history then relating it to the chapter 20 of American Yawp (Chicago Style citations).

Then summarize the interview in a paragraph and analyze the interview in another paragraph. The rest of the paper should be you discussing the interview and cite resources from: https://www.americanyawp.com/text/20-the-progressive-era/#III_Womens_Movements about Women Movement and answering all of these questions-
Do their memories uphold or contradict what you’ve learned or read in class?
How can you account for any discrepancies, if they exist?
What types of personal factors shape what people believe to be true about the past and their experiences? For example, does race, class, gender, economic status, geographic location or residence, or sexual orientation influence their narrative of the past.
Where did they learn what they know about the past? For example, if you interview your grandmother about the 1960s and the Vietnam War, where did she get her information from—Television? Newspapers? Friends who may have served in the Vietnam War?
Format should be double-spaced, 12 point font, times new roman, 1 inch margins. Chicago style citations
.That my summarized instructions please review the actual instructions for this paper below:
Interview an elderly family member or friend about a major historical event, organization, or issue (this may be Civil Rights Movement, Women’s Movement). The event must be related to American History.
Craft a list of questions beforehand to help guide you.
The goal is to ask your interviewee what they know about a past event or issue, where they got that information—personal experience? News outlet? Word of mouth? Family history? What was their experience? Or are they recalling stories passed down through generations?
This can be freeform and organic, but the guiding questions may help you frame out what you want to be sure to ask.
This interview does not need to be recorded. Take notes.

In a 3-4 page paper report on what your narrator discussed. Use the textbook, assigned readings, and class discussions to assess and evaluate the narrative told by the narrator.

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Make sure that you are analyzing the way in which this source helps explains an aspect of World History and that you are citing all information taken from the source. You do not need to use any other sources for this paper.
Guidelines
500 Words
Double Space paper
Have a clear thesis
Have evidence to support your thesisDo not use direct quotes. Paraphrase the reading.

Proof read
Organize your paper
Us in-text citations for all information taken from the reading. Per the rubric, papers without citations will receive an automatic F.
Do not use outside sources. I want you to react and analyze the assigned sources. Not google things. The textbook and the sources contain all the information you need to analyze these sources.
You can select any primary source from the list below.
The Code of Hammurabi (Links to an external site.)
The Carthaginian Law of Sacrifices, c. 400 BCE(Links to an external site.)Kurash (Cyrus) the Great: The Decree of Return for the Jews, 539 BCE (Links to an external site.)Roman Sources on the Jews and Judaism, 1 BCE-110 CE (Links to an external site.)Plutarch: Selections from the Life of Alexander(Links to an external site.)RubricPrimary Source Analysis Paper Rubric
Primary Source Analysis Paper Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesisA short statement that explains the purpose/argument of the paper
7 ptsFull Marks
Paper has a clear thesis that explains the purpose/argument of the paper.
5.25 ptsPartially Meets Expectations
Paper has a weak thesis that does not clearly explain the purpose or argument of the paper
0 ptsDoes Not Meet expectations
Paper does not contain a thesis statement.
7pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidenceMaterial taken from the assigned readings that are used to support the thesis statement.
7 ptsMeets Expectations
Evidence presented from the assigned readings directly supports the thesis statement.
5.25 ptsPartially Meets Expectations
Evidence from the assigned readings is related, but does not directly support the thesis statement.
0 ptsDoes Not Meet expectations
Paper does not have evidence from the assigned readings to support the thesis statement
7pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization
7 ptsMeets Expectations
Paper is clearly organized with topic sentences for each paragraph that builds towards a conclusion based on the thesis.
5.25 ptsPartially Meets Expectations
Paper has paragraphs that work together to form a coherent paper.
0 ptsDoes Not Meet expectations
Paper lacks coherent organization
7pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity
7 ptsMeets Expectations
Paper has few grammatical and stylistic errors.
5.25 ptsPartially Meets Expectations
Paper has some grammatical and stylistic errors
0 ptsDoes Not Meet expectations
Paper has numerous grammatical and stylistic errors.
7pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSourcesStudent has cited all material taken from sources using either the Chicago Manual of Style or MLA format
7 ptsMeets Expectations
Essay has full citations for all material taken from sources.
5.25 ptsPartially Meets Expectations
Essay has incomplete citations, but all source material has been cited
0 ptsDoes Not Meet expectations
Essay Lacks Citations which result in an automatic F for the assignment
7pts
Total Points: 35

ARC 3620: Architecture from Renaissance through Modern Era

There are 5 documents that you need to read The name of the documents are “Primary Reading…”, “Secondary Reading…”, and “Lecture Episodes.” The fourth document is called “Handout Week 8” and this document is meant to help you understand the topic readings. The fifth document is just to give you ideas. The “Worksheet Wk 7” needs answers.

History of Modern America

Thank you!
1. When was the Dawes Act passed? What did this act provide to Native Americans?
2. How did the Bureau of Indian Affairs promote the idea of assimilation?
3. Who is Wovoka? What did he do? What is “Ghost Dance”?
4. When and why did the Wounded Knee Massacre happen? What was the result of this incident?
5. What is “Horizontal integration”?
6. What is “Vertical integration”?
7. Who pioneered “trust”? What is a “trust” agreement about?
8. How did Rockefeller run the Standard Oil Company? How did the company monopoly the market? What did the company own?
9. Why did the Standard Oil company relocate to New Jersey? What can a holding company do?
10. When, where and why did the Homestead strike happen?11. How did the workers respond to the company’s actions? What did the workers do?
12. Which union was involved in the Homestead strike? What did this union do?
13. What did the employer and workers/strikers do during the Homestead strike?
14. How did the state government react to the Homestead strike?
15. What were the consequences of the Homestead strike?

finish this please

You should also review all of the assigned readings and videos listed on the syllabus for Week 1.
Please answer all of the questions listed below. Each question should be answered in at minimum 1-2 paragraphs. All answers must be written in complete sentences. Your answers should include specific examples from the poems you are analyzing and from the readings and course lectures.
The question asks students to analyze the two poems, “If We Must Die” and “The Negro Speaks of Rivers,” assigned during Week 1.
Please answer the following questions:
What are the poems “If We Must Die” by Claude McKay and “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” by Langston Hughes about? What are the main themes of each poem? What do you think the authors are trying to convey?
How do each of these poems reflect the ideology of the “New Negro”? In your opinion, are the views expressed by the two authors in these poems consistent with the intellectual and cultural developments that took place in Black urban centers during the Great Migration? Why or why not?
In Week 1, you learned about some of the various forms of anti-Black violence that African American communities faced at the beginning of the twentieth century. How does Claude McKay’s “If We Must Die” relate to African American’s responses to that anti-Black violence? What forms of resistance to violence and political oppression do you think he has in mind? (Try answer this question broadly. Refer to at least two different types of resistance in your answer)
This assignment will be graded according to the following criteria:
Does the assignment address all the questions posed?
Does the assignment demonstrate a close, careful, and thoughtful reading of the primary sources?
Does the assignment demonstrate a strong familiarity with course topics and themes?
Are all the claims made in the assignment accurate?
Does the assignment make sense? Are the ideas within it communicated clearly within it?
Citations: Your essay should include citations. Please cite the works you refer to, including works assigned on the syllabus. Students should refer to course readings and course lectures in completing this assignment. Students are discouraged from consulting outside sources. However, if a student does consult a source not included in the course materials they must cite the source(s) and provide a works cited page. Your citations may follow Chicago Style, MLA, or APA formats. While citations must be included, students will not be penalized for imperfect citation formats.
PLEASE NOTE: This assignment is due by 11:59pm PST on Monday, October 11th. Papers handed late will be penalized 0.5 points (out of a possible 5 points) each day that the paper is late.