1:Did Nagasaki Experience a Disaster?

1:Did Nagasaki Experience a Disaster?

Post consists two asighnments

1:Did Nagasaki Experience a Disaster?

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The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 were
enormously destructive events. Together, they killed over 100 000 people,
destroyed urban infrastructures, contaminated landscapes, and traumatized
populations. They raised deep and persistent questions about morality,
responsibility, and global survival. But were they disasters? And if so, in what
way?

In this assignment:
1. Make an argument that answers the following question: on August 9,
1945, did Nagasaki experience a disaster? In making your argument,
you should:
• be clear about how you are defining “disaster”.
• address possible objections: can disasters be intentional, for
example? do they have to be unexpected? for whom?
• explain how we should understand the event. If it wasn’t a disaster,
how should we characterize it? If there was a disaster, what kind of
disaster was it?
2. **PLEASE USE EXAMPLES FROM THE READINGS ( PDFs attached) to support your
argument. Think here about the immediate causes of the bombing of
Nagasaki, as well as its effects and the responses to them. No outside sources are allowed.

2: Case Study – After Action Review

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Using the Case of Brazil in Action
Instructions:
1. Identifies the plans or standards for the unit of work, considering the learning objectives and any other guidance.
2. Makes clear and meaningful observations about what happened during the actual unit of work ?
3. Clearly and precisely compares and contrasts the plans or standards for the unit of work with the observed/actual unit of work, ?
4. Assesses the unit of work, identifying what was satisfactory and/or what was unsatisfactory. ?
5. Explains what led to the conditions that were assessed as being satisfactory and/or unsatisfactory ?
6. Ideates a different way in which the unit of work could have been done, such that the outcome might well have been better in relation to plans and standards for the
unit of work. ?
7. Draws lessons for what to do in the future in managing one’s own learning process and in conducting one’s own learning activity.
8. Is written argumentatively in accord with Craft of Research, 3d ed, chapter 14.

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