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500 words, approximately 2 double-spaced pages times new roman.mla style paper and citations organize the paper like this

Essay Topic/Claim: Samuel Huntington’s theory of the Clash of Civilizations is not a valid framework for understanding the contemporary world.
500 words, approximately 2 double-spaced pages Times New Roman.MLA style paper and citations organize the paper like this
Intro: strong thesis statement.
Point One: First claim & support
Point Two: Second claim & support
Point Three: Third claim and support
Conclusion: Implications or future & restate thesis
use be sure to use scholarly works for source and citations

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Use be sure to use scholarly works for source and citations

Essay Topic/Claim: Samuel Huntington’s theory of the Clash of Civilizations is not a valid framework for understanding the contemporary world.
500 words, approximately 2 double-spaced pages Times New Roman.MLA style paper and citations organize the paper like this Intro: strong thesis statement.
Point One: First claim & support
Point Two: Second claim & support
Point Three: Third claim and support
Conclusion: Implications or future & restate thesis
use be sure to use scholarly works for source and citations

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Write 2 paragraphs on each one.

Please answer the following discussion boards for each person (9 people). Please check your spelling and grammar and cite each discussion boards. Write 2 paragraphs on each one.

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The paper will be graded based on 5 criteria: content, language/clarity, references, organization and completeness.

Prompt will be provided upon match
The paper should be double space, a minimum of 3 pages and a maximum of 5 pages long. Students are expected to use at least a total of 5 academic references (reference journal articles or books) in their papers. The paper will be graded based on 5 criteria: content, language/clarity, references, organization and completeness.

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Choose whatever chapter you would like to write about.

The reading response should summarize the main points of the selected reading and includes your own observations/opinions on the material. that is, they must demonstrate a close engagement with the assigned reading rather than a mere tangential relation. Choose whatever chapter you would like to write about. The reading response should be 1 page, single-spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margin page.
Required book: Richard W. Bulliet, Cotton, Climate, and Camels in Early Islamic Iran: A Moment in World History, New York: Columbia UP, 2009 (ISBN: 9780231148375). Attached

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Choose whatever chapter you would like to write about.

The reading response should summarize the main points of the selected reading and includes your own observations/opinions on the material. that is, they must demonstrate a close engagement with the assigned reading rather than a mere tangential relation. Choose whatever chapter you would like to write about. The reading response should be 1 page, single-spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margin page.
Required book:
Richard W. Bulliet, Cotton, Climate, and Camels in Early Islamic Iran: A Moment in World History, New York: Columbia UP, 2009 (ISBN: 9780231148375). Attached

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Required book:

The reading response should summarize the main points of the selected reading and includes your own observations/opinions on the material. that is, they must demonstrate a close engagement with the assigned reading rather than a mere tangential relation.
Required book:
Ibn Khaldûn, The Muqaddimah: An Introduction to History, tr. Franz Rosenthal, abridged by N. J. Dawood, Princeton: Princeton UP, 2004 (ISBN: 9780691120546).
the reading response should be one page, single-spaced, 12-point font, one inch margin page

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(please let me know if you need information for this).

a. Installment #1. Students will submit the introduction of the
paper (title, topic involving how the music of a particular country is related to its
culture (i.e. what it means to the people from the culture), why you chose the topic, and
your thesis in bold print). Intro may be anywhere from a few sentences to two pages in
length.
I HAVE ALREADY DONE PART A, I WILL ATTACH INFORMATION. I ONLY NEED THE FOLLOWING:
b. Installment #2. Students will submit the background research/
citations showing high-quality, peer-reviewed, relevant research sources and
knowledge of proper citation procedures, and a properly formatted references section.
If you take ideas from a source and either quote or paraphrase (put them into your own
words) you must cite the source. Otherwise you are guilty of plagiarism, which is a
serious academic offense. (See http://catalog.csun.edu/policies/academic-dishonesty/
Installment will include a references page and be approximately 2-4 pages in length.
To find the best sources go to the Oviatt Library website. Hit the red button that says Databases. Under Subjects choose Music. This will take you to the most essential search engines for music research. I would suggest you start with Music Periodicals Database (ProQuest), Music Index (EBSCO), JSTOR, and the Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (scroll down- under G). Enter in your main thesis terms (e.g. taiko and women, or, blues and racism). I would suggest you limit your search to sources that are peer-reviewed (best) and full text on the left. You should find a treasure trove of great material for your paper that you can plop right into your working document or save in PDF format (top right button). When you do, please note the page numbers and press the button that says Cite to cut and paste for your research paper References page. (PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED INFORMATION FOR THIS).
PLEASE USE CREDIBLE SOURCES (NO WIKIPEDIA, ECT.) AND ABSOLUTELY NO PLAGIARISM!
CHECKLIST THAT NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED IN PAPER:
My name and the number and day of the class (e.g. Tuesday MUS 309) are at the top of the emailed attachment.(CAN DO MYSELF LATER)
My thesis is below my name in bold print.
There are none of my italicized thoughts/opinions in this installment. It is all research in progress that I have done so far.
I have not used websites unless they have indicated authors who have credentials and are noted experts in the field. I have found all or almost all of my sources using the music databases found on the Oviatt website.
I have provided minimum three paragraphs of “quoted” research & minimum of three 3 paragraphs of paraphrased research. “Quoted paragraphs have quotation marks like this sentence does.” Paraphrased paragraphs have no quotation marks like this sentence.
There is a citation at the end of every paragraph.
Every citation is in exactly the same APA format (author, date: page number). I will go back and find the page number if I forgot to get it the first time I looked the source. I have looked at the Installment #2 Sample on Canvas under FILES, especially to see how to cite the author, page number and editor in the Garland Encyclopedia.
If there is no listed author, I probably shouldn’t be using that source. There are exceptions. Check with professor.
My research is mostly focused on my thesis. Key cultural terms in my thesis can be found throughout the installment. For example, if my thesis is about mariachi and women, my professor should see that my research mostly focuses on mariachi and the involvement of women.
References are alphabetized by the author’s last name. For instance, Alvarez is listed in the references before Baker which is listed before Dallins, etc.
Every source in the References is in exactly the same APA format. Titles of books and journals are italicized. I have made my References neat, complete, and consistent. My Reference page is in Sentence Case, not UPPERCASE, not lowercase.
Please add a works cited page in APA FORMAT. (HERE IS PART A ATTACHED BELOW)