Discuss how this section moves the story forward, what some of the themes or main ideas of this section are, and generally just what stood out to you about the section.

It is on the book Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe. The book has three sections, each composed of a number of chapters. Instead of another version of this final paper, over the next couple weeks I’d like you to send me three 2-3 page journal entries (one entry per section of the book). These should be written simply in your own language, and should discuss how this section moves the story forward, what some of the themes or main ideas of this section are, and generally just what stood out to you about the section.

Compare the narratives presented in your primary and secondary sources relevant to your historical event.

Locate an additional secondary source relevant to your historical event. Use all four of your sources (two primary and two secondary) to answer the questions below. Replace the bracketed text with your responses.

Attempt to write the APA style citations for your four sources. Include links to each source. You will not be penalized for incorrect citation format.
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Compare the narratives presented in your primary and secondary sources relevant to your historical event.
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Describe one narrative that has significantly influenced the contemporary understanding of your historical event.
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Explain how the chosen narrative helps you better understand your historical research question.
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Identify the most important Supreme Court cases and executive actions and their impact on law and on our society.

The fundamental values that inform how are democratic government is legitimated and organized are enshrined on the Declaration of Independence and in the Constitution of the United States.
Identify and discuss the basic ideals and principles of American democracy and how they are applied in our republican form of government.
Those ideals and principles are discussed in the first and second chapters of your textbook. You can also visit the following websites to read the original document in which these fundamental values were first stated and how they were later incorporated in the American Constitution:
The Declaration of Independence:
The Constitution of the United States:
Identify the most important Supreme Court cases and executive actions and their impact on law and on our society.

Evaluate the burden of substance abuse (all illegal substances including alcohol and marijuana) among workers and in the workplace generally in America and specifically in the US

1. Evaluate the burden of substance abuse (all illegal substances including alcohol and marijuana) among workers and in the workplace generally in America and specifically in the US
2. Establish through available data the high incidence of substance abuse and the correlation with occupational injuries and fatalities in the workplace, nationally and in Ohio
3. Purpose is to utilize data to drive the urgency for employers to make the workplace less-tolerant of substance abuse while remaining accommodating of those in recovery from substance abuse
4. Assess the responsibility of employers to safeguard the workplace from substance abuse and the challenges of associated with creating a workplace that is accommodating of workers recovering from substance abuse.
5. Propose the need for more random drug testing in the workplace
6. Secondary data (claims data which I will provide results of analysis) will be analyzed to assess the incidence rates and characteristics of claims cases involving substance use in the workplace.
6. Develop a suitable methodology
7. interpret results in the chapter 3
8. Discussions and conclusions
9. Use current research articles and data from 2015 till date

What are the various conclusions,insights and arguments made by historians over the nature of different wars in the middle ages?

Historiography (How Do Modern Historians Interpret Medieval Warfare)

For this order I need a 10 page historiography paper about how modern historians (secondary sources) interpret medieval warfare. The main questions that should be answered are:

What are the various conclusions,insights and arguments made by historians over the nature of different wars in the middle ages? [what do these historians say about what medieval war was exactly? its composition, its way of fighting, what made it distinct?] What aspect of war – causes [religion–see Riley-Smith, for example], motivation [how do the historians on the list argue for different motives], technology [ [atrocities, for example in the crusades; rules of war]], conduct, on-the-ground experience – do different historians focus on? [how do they compare and contrast with each other]]And how do the particular wars they study – Crusades, 100 Years’ War – shape their analysis? [eg, how does studying the First Crusade inform the authors analysis?]

The sources you should use are listed below. You can find all of these online but can find some in your local library if need be.

Riley-Smith, Jonathan. The Crusades A History. London: Bloomsbury, 2014.

Runciman, Steven. A History of the Crusades. London: Penguin Classics, 2016.

Robert Bartlett, The Making of Europe: Conquest, Colonization and Cultural Change, 950-1350 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993)

Giles Constable, “The Historiography of the Crusades,” in The Crusades from the Perspective of Byzantium and the Muslim World , ed.

Angeliki E. Laiou, Roy P. Mottahedeh (Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks, 2001), pp. 1-22

Carole Hillenbrand, The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives (New York: Routledge, 1999)

Contamine, Phillipe. War in the Middle Ages Bachrach

David Stewart. Religion and the Conduct of War c. 300-c.1215. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell, 2003.

DeVries, Kelly. Medieval Military Technology (1992)

Keen, Maurice. Medieval Warfare: A History (1999)

Riley-Smith, Jonathan. The First Crusaders (1998)