War and Arc of Human Experience Book

War and Arc of Human Experience Book
Instructions for Format of Essay:
You’re using some idea/theme/data from my book that interests you.
-You’re finding something historical or literary or in the current news to compare it with. This means that you’ve got to do some research, but I’m not expecting a lot.
-You need to have at least three references.
-You want to lay out what it is from my book that you’re engaging with; that should take you a paragraph or two.
-Then you lay out some material you’ve gathered as your research. That should take you a couple of pages.
-You’ll be including 3 references here.
-And then you’ll develop 2-3 pages of discussion: what interests you, what you’ve learned, how things are similar, how they’re different.
-And an ending/conclusion that discusses what lessons we might draw from all this.
-You are free to use any bibliographic citation system you want, as long as you are consistent in using it. Just make sure that it’s clear where your data and quotations come from, including links to anything that’s online.
-I don’t grade on your writing per se, but if I can’t understand what you’ve written—i.e., if your writing isn’t clear and comprehensible—it will have an effect on your grade. I can’t grade what I can’t understand.
Assignment Instructions:
-Your papers should be at least 5 pages long, double-spaced. The references are in addition to this page count. I will provide you with more detailed style and format guidance later on.
Your paper:
Choose a theme from my book War and the Arc of Human Experience.
Explore it using examples from current or recent news. That is, find ways to link some of my accounts of and reflections about my experiences with war and peace from a half century ago to things that have been happening in the world in recent years.
Some examples of themes in War and the Arc of Human Experience :
• Substance abuse
• Ways violence is portrayed in entertainment media
• Musical explorations of political conflict
• The morality of international invasions, etc.
• Guilt versus pride about the same activities
• Just war theory
• How young troops deal with orders to do things they’re not sure they should be doing; that is, “following orders.”
• How politicians and military leaders send young troops to do violence against others primarily for their own political purposes.

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