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WEBSITE INCLUDED HERE: http://www.pbs.org/empires/japan/ You will use the website you have been assigned, or you may be provided with options, if so you will choose one of the websites you have been offered, or you may have to choose your own website, follow the instructions provided for this particular assignment in regards to the website you are using. To begin this analysis you should come prepared by having concluded any reading, lecture material, etc. provided in your Unit. Address the following in your website analysis: Begin your site analysis by providing the reader with some information about the historical period your website is covering. Provide information using the unit material, no outside sources may be used. Cite your sources. A minimum of 2 quotes from the unit material is needed in this section. Next, provide a brief description of the website, its theme, atheistic qualities, etc.. Then continue on addressing the items below. How was the site arranged, describe briefly each section of the website? What does the site convey about the historical context of the period? Who is the author of the site? Is there any evidence that the author of the Web information has some authority in the field about which she or he is providing information? What are the author's qualifications, credentials, and connections to the subject? Is there a site sponsor, of so what information to they provide? Is the site bias? For example, are they selling or promoting a product? Are they taking a personal stand on a social/political issue or are they being objective ? Bias is not necessarily "bad," but the connections should be clear. Explain your answer fully providing examples. Does the information have a complete list of works cited, which reference credible, authoritative sources? If the information is not backed up with sources, what is the author's relationship to the subject to be able to provide an "expert" opinion? Could this site be used as the only resource for research or should print sources provide balance? Are there any exhibits on the site, if so describe them? What did they contain? Provide examples. (An exhibit is where the site takes you to a museum exhibit or provides an image gallery, etc) Does the site provide primary material? (A primary document is something that was written during the historical period you are studying, for example, if you were studying the American Revolution a primary document might be 1) a letter from John Adams, the Declaration of Independence, a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine, etc.): It could also be an item, an artifact, a piece of art, jewelry, as well as, letters, stories, diaries, personal accounts, legal documents, etc. If your site has these resources: Summarize what they are, providing examples. Reference them by way of direct quotes ( if they are text based), or descriptive references, if they are objects, showing how these reflect the historical period. Were there any external links provided on your site? Describe them and where they took you. Provide 2 examples. What is the atmosphere of the site?--festive? somber? sad? peaceful? Provide examples. Did the site itself seem to convey a mood appropriate to the subject? Provide examples. What did you learn at the site that you didn't know before? Provide 2 examples. How does using this site differ from reading from a textbook? Explain. Considering the information conveyed in the site, which two sections of the site did you find the most interesting and why? Explain these sections in detail. FORMAT STYLE 3-4 pages in length. Double spaced. Quotes more than 2 sentences should be single spaced and offset with margins of 10 spaces. Use standard 10 or 12 point type font/Times New Roman format. Standard English is required—excessive grammatical errors may affect your grade. You must cite your sources (lecture material, reading assignments, etc) Use Chicago style formatting for your essay. Insert Footnotes, please do not put these in manually or put them in the footer. If you are unsure of how to insert footnotes you can Google: How to insert footnotes using (insert the name of your word processing software, i.e. Word 2010.)
WEBSITE INCLUDED HERE: http://www.pbs.org/empires/japan/ You will use the website you have been assigned, or you may be provided with options, if so you will choose one of the websites you have been offered, or you may have to choose your own website, follow the instructions provided for this particular assignment in regards to the website you are using.
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June 24, 2016
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