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PAPER: Due Dec. 1, 2015.
For the paper each day student will choose a theme or topic similar to the variety dealt with in the course. Such topics or themes could include, but are not limited, to the following examples: The reasons for or against humanitarian interventions in 20th or 21st century troubled locations such as Darfur, Cambodia, South Africa (during the apartheid years), Rwanda, Chechnya, the Congo, Guatemala, the U.S. during the Civil Rights era, Tibet, Syria, the Holocaust. A description of the problem causing outside concern, the issue of obtaining adequate knowledge of the situation, along with an analysis of the reasons (from newspaper or other media sources, or governmental discussions) for or against intervention is to be presented in the paper. Another example is an in-depth critical analysis of the arguments presented by scholars or officials in favor or against the “concept of intervention”, using one of the various historical instances as the starting point. All the materials, readings or videos listed above can be used EXCEPT for the required book for the course by Gary Bass! You may use other sources as well, but all topics and, especially outside sources, have to be discussed with the instructor.
Your effort to present a logically analyzed theme, based on the primary and secondary source material, is as important as the topic/issue you choose to study. Not all readings or videos need to be presented, but direct reference to the source material is required. Accurate quotations from the articles are necessary, as is correct notation of the quote and its source (title of the article and page number or specific reference to segments of the videos or lyrics from songs which you have identified are sufficient for materials listed on this Syllabus). If you are using outside sources standard reference models are to be employed. Plagiarism, the direct presentation of another individual’s words without acknowledgement is ILLEGAL, easy to detect, and completely unacceptable! Changing a word or two in a sentence written by someone else, Paraphrasing, without citing the author of that statement also is an aspect of Plagiarism. The point is to use your own scholarly abilities to present a reasoned and rational analysis of an historical issue.
The paper should be no less than six, double-spaced, printed pages. Cover (title) page and bibliography, if you choose to present one, are not counted towards the six pages. Spelling and grammar should be checked, and double checked, before the paper is turned in. Lateness will, of course, affect your grade.
PAPER: Due Dec. 1, 2015.
For the paper each day student will choose a theme or topic similar to the variety dealt with in the course.