Stonehenge

Stonehenge

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– Text used for class was “World Prehistory and Archaeology: Pathways through Time” 3rd Canadian Edition by Michael Chazan, and the appropriate sections detailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the selected topic.
– Research essay explores, in” rel=”nofollow”>in detail, a topic in” rel=”nofollow”>in world prehistory that is in” rel=”nofollow”>interestin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to you (I have chosen Stonehenge). You should describe your chosen paper topic, an issue in” rel=”nofollow”>involvin” rel=”nofollow”>ing it, and a
proposed thesis on that issue (which argues a position you would want to take regardin” rel=”nofollow”>ing said issue, and may also in” rel=”nofollow”>include a solution(s) to solve said issue).
– A previously submitted component was a paper proposal that outlin” rel=”nofollow”>ine my paper topic (Stonehenge), the issue I wanted to explore (impacts of human in” rel=”nofollow”>intervention on natural/national monuments), and a
proposed thesis (a position of resistance again” rel=”nofollow”>inst human impact on historical sites, the impact of the sites and the need to preserve them).
– Essay itself must be a MINIMUM of 8 double-spaced pages about 2000 words in” rel=”nofollow”>in length, not in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a page for cited references or a title page, and must use a MINIMUM of 10 peer-reviewed academic
articles specifically chosen for the argument. References must be CITED IN TEXT and should be in” rel=”nofollow”>included in” rel=”nofollow”>in a Bibliography page if desired. Academic books and book chapters may be used but will not
count towards the “required sources” amount. Websites are not acceptable sources.
– Citation format must be SAA style, or American Antiquity.
– I will in” rel=”nofollow”>include a document detailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the above when I can. It in” rel=”nofollow”>includes an essay rubric, and photographs of the proposal I’ve submitted previously with the grade and comments I’ve received from my
Professor on it. I have noted that his comments do seem oddly critical and opin” rel=”nofollow”>inionated, such as the thought that my thesis was “banal”, and my sources were “not good”. My Professor did not say to
pick a unique issue to argue again” rel=”nofollow”>inst, so I selected one that is extremely important to pay attention to, but is supposedly banal. Not sure how else to say this, so I apologize if I sound rude, but
I will leave it up to you to write about a different ‘issue’ concernin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Stonehenge if you can fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind a better one to write on. If not, that’s alright!
– I’m not sure if a reference list is in” rel=”nofollow”>included or will be done, so the requested 8 min” rel=”nofollow”>inimum pages I’ve selected DOES NOT INCLUDE the reference list, so please try to in” rel=”nofollow”>include that at the end if you
can. Also, I have in” rel=”nofollow”>included my already submitted proposal as a reference guide for my ‘style’, if that makes sense!
– I will not be able to take calls via my cell number, only text messages. If I must be reached, emailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing me would be the fastest and best method.

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