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Guidelines: In 400 words or more analyze the focus of this particular

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In 400 words or more analyze the focus of this particular documentary. Try to make connections to class-based upon material/terminology we’ve covered.
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In your analysis, include an informed opinion on the material you have viewed. Your response could include answers to the following questions:
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1. What do you think about the topic /person being presented?
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2. Can you connect what you saw in the documentary with any of your own experiences?
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3. Are concepts we’ve discussed in this module more clear after viewing this program?
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4. What did you learn and/or how did it enhance your understanding?
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5. Was there anything “left unsaid” which you feel would have improved the presentation? i.e. was there anything you would have liked to see included which wasn’t?
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6. How might the documentary impact others different from you (i.e. gender, ethnicity, culture, etc.)?
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7. What is the relevance of this documentary to specific areas/topics of our course?
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8. Did it critically view the subject or was it largely descriptive without analysis?
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9. What does the event or video have to do with you, personally, and with your life (past, present, or future)? It is not acceptable to write that the video has NOTHING to do with you since just about everything humans can write, perform or film has to do in some way with every other human.
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10. How much does the event or video agree or clash with your view of the world, and what you consider right and wrong? Give several specific examples of how it agrees with and supports what you think about the world, about right and wrong, and about what you think it is to be human. Use quotes and examples to discuss how the event or video disagrees with what you think about the world and about right and wrong.
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11. How much did you learn, and how much were your views and opinions challenged or changed by this event or video, if at all? Did the event or video communicate with you? Why or why not? Give examples of how your views might have changed or been strengthened (or perhaps, why the event or video failed to convince you, the way it is). Please do not write “I loved everything about the event,” since everybody disagrees about something, even if it is a tiny point. Use specific examples to illustrate your points of challenge, or where you were persuaded, or where it left you cold.
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12. How well does it address things that you, personally, care about and consider important to the world? How does it address things that are important to your family, your community, your ethnic or religious group, to people of your economic or social class or background? If not, who does the event/video serve? Did it pass the “Who cares?” test? Use specific examples to illustrate.
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13. What does the documentary add to your current understanding of the issue?
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14. Which part of the documentary do you like the most?
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15. Was there anything that surprised you?
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To sum up, what is your overall reaction? Would you experience or view something else like this, or by this group or producer in the future or not? Why or why not? To whom would you recommend this type of event or this video?
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These Guidelines are intended to help shape your review, and although you don’t need to answer each and every question, most will help you through the process. You can, of course, add questions/issues as you see fit.
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https://www.dropbox.com/t/2GfPKrX3bOHcijAj Link to full video

https://www.dropbox.com/t/2GfPKrX3bOHcijAj

Link to full video

Attention: You will need to download the file to view the video in its entirety. Only 15 minutes of this video can be previewed on the Dropbox website.

The Challenge of Minority Rights in a Changing Arab World

https://www.dropbox.com/s/s3f45ufte2qh9dc/The%20Challenge%20of%20Minority%20Rights%20in%20a%20Changing%20Arab%20World%20-%20YouTube.mp4?dl=0 (Links to an external site.)

Video Description:

On June 26, 2013, the Brookings Doha Center hosted a policy discussion focused both on the challenge of minority rights in a fast-changing Arab world and on possible solutions moving forward.

Guidelines:

In 400 words or more analyze the focus of this particular video. Try to make connections to class-based upon material/terminology we’ve covered.

In your analysis, include an informed opinion on the material you have viewed. Your response could include answers to the following questions:

What do you think about the topic /person being presented?

Can you connect what you saw in the video with any of your own experiences?

Are concepts we’ve discussed in this module more clear after viewing this program?

What did you learn and/or how did it enhance your understanding?

Was there anything “left unsaid” which you feel would have improved the presentation? i.e. was there anything you would have liked to see included which wasn’t?

How might the video impact others different from you (i.e. gender, ethnicity, culture, etc.)?

What is the relevance of this video to specific areas/topics of our course?

Did it critically view the subject or was it largely descriptive without analysis?

What does the event or video have to do with you, personally, and with your life (past, present or future)? It is not acceptable to write that the video has NOTHING to do with you, since just about everything humans can write, perform or film has to do in some way with every other human.

How much does the event or video agree or clash with your view of the world, and what you consider right and wrong? Give several specific examples of how it agrees with and supports what you think about the world, about right and wrong, and about what you think it is to be human. Use quotes and examples to discuss how the event or video disagrees with what you think about the world and about right and wrong.

How much did you learn, and how much were your views and opinions challenged or changed by this event or video, if at all? Did the event or video communicate with you? Why or why not? Give examples of how your views might have changed or been strengthened (or perhaps, why the event or video failed to convince you, the way it is). Please do not write “I loved everything about the event,” since everybody disagrees about something, even if it is a tiny point. Use specific examples to illustrate your points of challenge, or where you were persuaded, or where it left you cold.

How well does it address things that you, personally, care about and consider important to the world? How does it address things that are important to your family, your community, your ethnic or religious group, to people of your economic or social class or background? If not, who does the event/video serve? Did it pass the “Who cares?” test? Use specific examples to illustrate.

What does the video add to your current understanding of the issue?

Which part of the video do you like the most?

Was there anything that surprised you?

To sum up, what is your overall reaction? Would you experience or view something else like this, or by this group or producer in the future or not? Why or why not? To whom would you recommend this type of event or this video?

Read the questions listed below and choose ONE question to answer. Copy the

Read the questions listed below and choose ONE question to answer.
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Copy the question you selected.
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Beneath the question you pasted, write your answer in 200 words or more. Relate in your answer to the concepts discussed in this chapter
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How are minorities in the Middle East defined by themselves and others?
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How are they perceived vis-a-vis majorities?
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What tropes, social/political projects, and narratives are working to promote and channel minority identities and interests in the Middle East?
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What political, colonial, social, economic, or demographic factors have given rise to various “minorities”?
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How did the minority status of these groups transform over the years?
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How were minorities defined politically and legally in different parts of the Middle East over the course of the twentieth century?
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How and for what purposes do religious, ethnic, or linguistic minorities become politicized?
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How do they participate in the political/demographic processes in their countries of citizenship?
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How are they being affected by the rapid political transformations brought about by the recent uprisings across the Arab world?
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What are the conditions under which today’s ethnic, religious, and linguistic minorities living in the Middle East?
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How do they navigate the social and cultural structures of their countries and regions?
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How are they affected by the post-colonial legacy in some of these countries?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities multi-part question and need guidance

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities multi-part question and need guidance to help me learn. Question: When was the Declaration of Independence signed? Answer: Question: The United States bought Alaska from which country? Answer: Question: Who was the fourth president of the United States? Answer: Question: Which era marked a switch from agricultural practices to industrial practices? Answer Question: What was the name of the series of programs and projects President Franklin D. Roosevelt enacted during The Great Depression? Answer: Question: Fill in the blank: The 19th Amendment guarantees ____ the right to vote Answer: Question: Which four presidents are on Mount Rushmore? Answer: Question: Who was the first woman to make a million dollars in the United States? Answer: Madam C.J. Walker Question: Which year was George H.W. Bush elected president? Answer: Question: What do the stripes on the American flag represent? Answer: Question: Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born? Answer: Question: Which two Native American leaders led Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne warriors in the fight against Lieutenant Colonel George Custer’s troops in the Battle of Little Bighorn? Answer: Question: Finish the line President Franklin D. Roosevelt said during his speech addressing the attack on Pearl Harbor: “Yesterday, December 7, 1941…” Answer: Question: What was the name of the landmark Supreme Court case that ruled the racial segregation of schools unconstitutional? Answer: Question: What year was the Vietnam Veterans Memorial dedicated in Washington, D.C.? Answer: Question: The “shot heard ’round the world” describes the beginning of which battles in the American Revolution? Answer: Question: What was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage? Answer: Question: Who was president during the Cuban Missile Crisis? Answer: Question: Who was the first Black Supreme Court justice in the United States? Answer: Question: In what year did child labor laws start in the United States? Answer: Question: What was the name of the battle in the Pacific fought between the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy in June 1942? Answer: Question: When was the Battle of Gettysburg fought during the Civil War? Answer: Question: Who was the first American to win a Noble Peace Prize? Answer: Question: What country did the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team defeat in the semi-finals of the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, a game commonly known as the “Miracle on Ice”? Answer: Question: What year did the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) go into effect? Answer:

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities multi-part question and need guidance

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities multi-part question and need guidance to help me learn. Question: When was the Declaration of Independence signed? Answer: Question: The United States bought Alaska from which country? Answer: Question: Who was the fourth president of the United States? Answer: Question: Which era marked a switch from agricultural practices to industrial practices? Answer Question: What was the name of the series of programs and projects President Franklin D. Roosevelt enacted during The Great Depression? Answer: Question: Fill in the blank: The 19th Amendment guarantees ____ the right to vote Answer: Question: Which four presidents are on Mount Rushmore? Answer: Question: Who was the first woman to make a million dollars in the United States? Answer: Madam C.J. Walker Question: Which year was George H.W. Bush elected president? Answer: Question: What do the stripes on the American flag represent? Answer: Question: Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born? Answer: Question: Which two Native American leaders led Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne warriors in the fight against Lieutenant Colonel George Custer’s troops in the Battle of Little Bighorn? Answer: Question: Finish the line President Franklin D. Roosevelt said during his speech addressing the attack on Pearl Harbor: “Yesterday, December 7, 1941…” Answer: Question: What was the name of the landmark Supreme Court case that ruled the racial segregation of schools unconstitutional? Answer: Question: What year was the Vietnam Veterans Memorial dedicated in Washington, D.C.? Answer: Question: The “shot heard ’round the world” describes the beginning of which battles in the American Revolution? Answer: Question: What was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage? Answer: Question: Who was president during the Cuban Missile Crisis? Answer: Question: Who was the first Black Supreme Court justice in the United States? Answer: Question: In what year did child labor laws start in the United States? Answer: Question: What was the name of the battle in the Pacific fought between the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy in June 1942? Answer: Question: When was the Battle of Gettysburg fought during the Civil War? Answer: Question: Who was the first American to win a Noble Peace Prize? Answer: Question: What country did the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team defeat in the semi-finals of the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, a game commonly known as the “Miracle on Ice”? Answer: Question: What year did the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) go into effect? Answer:

Discuss some of the constraints that must be overcome in order to build a successful implementation of a database systemSee course syllabus for additional details on submission requirements.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities question and need guidance to help me learn.OPEN 05/18/2022 12:01 AM EST. – CLOSES 05/25/2022 11:50 PM EST.To Create a Moodle Thread: Click “Discussion Forum 1”, then click “Create Thread”. To respond to a Moodle Thread: Click “Discussion Forum 1”, then click on the thread you are interesting in responding to, then click “Reply” to post your response. DISCUSSION FORUM CREDIT WILL ONLY BE GIVEN TO THOSE THAT CONTRIBUTE EACH WEEK THE FORUM IS OPEN. Discussion Forum Question
This discussion forum focus on the many dimensions of building a properly functioning database system that meets the customer demands. Discuss some of the constraints that must be overcome in order to build a successful implementation of a database systemSee course syllabus for additional details on submission requirements.

Discuss some of the constraints that must be overcome in order to build a successful implementation of a database systemSee course syllabus for additional details on submission requirements.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities question and need guidance to help me learn.OPEN 05/18/2022 12:01 AM EST. – CLOSES 05/25/2022 11:50 PM EST.To Create a Moodle Thread: Click “Discussion Forum 1”, then click “Create Thread”. To respond to a Moodle Thread: Click “Discussion Forum 1”, then click on the thread you are interesting in responding to, then click “Reply” to post your response. DISCUSSION FORUM CREDIT WILL ONLY BE GIVEN TO THOSE THAT CONTRIBUTE EACH WEEK THE FORUM IS OPEN. Discussion Forum Question
This discussion forum focus on the many dimensions of building a properly functioning database system that meets the customer demands. Discuss some of the constraints that must be overcome in order to build a successful implementation of a database systemSee course syllabus for additional details on submission requirements.

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