contemporary history

  1. 🚩 All students must have adequate writing skills to communicate content in a professional andconcise manner. Students must follow Chicago guidelines, use non-racist and non-sexistlanguage, and include sufficient references to support their thesis and ideas.Required Text:William Duiker, Contemporary World History, 7th EditionISBN-13: 978-0357364864ISBN-10: 03573648642
  2. 🚩read textbook chapter 11 Upload: Analysis of “Minister’s Message” p 3-4 on PDF [10 pts]
    • Look at pages 3-4 for message and earlier/later pages for context.
    • Context: Who wrote this message? What year? Based on the textbook chapter 11, what is happening in Korea and East Asia during this time? [3 pts]
    • Audience: who was meant to see this? Why do you think that? [2 pts]
    • Reliability: what does this message reveal about Korea’s environmental challenges and solutions over the past few decades? [2 pts]
    • Purpose: based on the Minister’s message, why was this publication created? [1 pt]
    • Environmental history: do you see evidence of how humans affected the environment? how the environment affected humans? how humans’ ideas about nature affected their treatment of it? Take a quote from the document and describe which pillar it illustrates. [2 pts]
  3. 🚩 Post: Discussion Board “The Pacific Century” [14 points]
    • Why do you think Japan and the Little Tigers have been so successful in their efforts to build advanced industrial societies? [4 pts]
    • How have the nations in the region dealt with the challenge of integrating their ethnic and religious minorities into the political system? [4 pts]
    • How have these states faced similar or different environmental concerns? Why do you think that has been the case? [4 pts]
    • Once you postFind a classmate and respond; do you agree? Disagree? See different issues as more critical for these developments? Explain. [2 pts]
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