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Importance Notice Regarding Sources to be Used in this Exam

  1. For this exercise you may NOT use any sources other than the following:
  • Text books that have been required readings for this class.
  • Online sources that you have read through links that appeared with some of your weekly assignments.
  1. Failure to abide by the instructions above in any part of this exam will constitute an act of plagiarism and will result in a failing grade for this exam. Cascadia’s policy on plagiarism has been summarized on the course syllabus. It is pasted again below for your consideration:

Academic Honesty

The College regards acts of academic dishonesty, including such activities as plagiarism, cheating and/or/violations of integrity in information technology, as very serious offenses. In the event that cheating, plagiarism or other forms of academic dishonesty are discovered, each incident will be handled as deemed appropriate. Care will be taken that students’ rights are not violated and that disciplinary procedures are instituted only in cases where documentation or other evidence of the offense(s) exists. A description of all such incidents shall be forwarded to the Vice President for Student Success, where a file of such occurrences will be maintained. The vice president may institute action against a student according to the college’s disciplinary policies and procedures as described in the Student Handbook. In this class, any work found to involve academic dishonesty will be given a grade of 0 and a description of the incident will be forwarded to the Vice President for Student Success. A second instance of academic dishonesty will result in failure of the course.

  1. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your responses in a clear and coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on those readings. Note that more than one reading might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings for any question. When appropriate, refer to sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

The Exam:

This exam is comprised of two parts. In each part, you will be writing on the question that I have selected from the study guide for this exam. I will be choosing the question that you will be writing on.

Part I (25 points)

Please respond to the following question. In your response you should aim for approximately 350-500 words. The questions that appear below offer you an opportunity to think critically about what you are learning. Offer concrete examples that illustrate the point that you are making. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your post in a coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on these readings. Note that more than one source might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings and films for any question. When appropriate, refer to these sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

  1. On the one hand, wars can be very destructive of life and property. On the other hand, wars have brought about fundamental transformations in society, economics, politics and culture. Explain, with reference to concrete historical examples.

Part II (30 points)

Please respond to the following question. In your response you should aim for approximately 350-500 words. The questions that appear below offer you an opportunity to think critically about what you are learning. Offer concrete examples that illustrate the point that you are making. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your post in a coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on these readings. Note that more than one source might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings and films for any question. When appropriate, refer to these sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

  1. Nineteenth-century imperialists claimed that they were fulfilling a “civilizing mission” in their overseas conquests. To what extent was this claim true? Specifically, what significant reforms and changes did the British bring to India? What changes did the British not make?

Book needs: Traditions-and-Encounters-6th-Edition

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