Investigate the Japanese–German partnership during World War II

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

  • Include an arguable thesis statement. The thesis statement should be well-phrased and set up the natural organization of the paper. The thesis statement should be included in the introduction paragraph of your paper. The thesis statement is the argument you are supporting throughout the paper with scholarly evidence.
  • Place the chosen culture into a historical context through the inclusion of historical information regarding the country, religion, civilization, time period, dynasties or kingdoms, primary people involved, and any other relevant information.
  • Your paper must contain comparative elements for the chosen topic, such as elements from Japan, China, India, Africa, or a combination of those AND an element (an explorer, an idea, a religion, an interaction, an empire, etc.) from Western civilization. Discussion of the comparative elements from the two regions should be throughout the paper to provide a comprehensive comparison.
  • Analyze how members of your chosen topic react to ideas, institutions, and the cultural ideals during moments of historical interaction. Consider how the individuals or groups reacted to the exchange of ideas and how the interaction changed the civilization.
  • You should analyze scholarly evidence to include in your paper that fully supports your thesis statement. You should include at least four primary sources and four secondary sources. Scholarly evidence can be included as specific examples, quotes, detail, events, or statistics to support the argument of the paper.
  • Conclude with an analysis of the cons equences of these interactions that considers how the cultural exchanges benefited both groups and are evident in the current day.

What to Submit

Your rough draft must be 5–6 pages in length (plus references) and must be written in Chicago-style format. Use double spacing, 12- point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Include at least four scholarly and four primary sources cited in Chicago/Turabian format for citations and bibliography. In terms of secondary resource material, ensure that the sources you use are indeed reliable. No general websites should be used. Instead, select sources that are written by historians. Feel free to use the Guide to Research document found in Modules One and Three.

 

Chosen TOPIC: Investigate the Japanese–German partnership during World War II

 For Milestone Three, you will submit your rough draft. The rough draft should include as much of the completed paper as possible. Please note that the rubric focuses on your thesis and conclusion. Ideally, your conclusion should explain how your evidence has proved your thesis. These two components are fairly important, so be sure to include them even if you are still working on your body paragraphs. All citations within the rough draft must be in Chicago-style footnotes (not endnotes) with a bibliography on the final page. 

 
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Investigate the Japanese–German partnership during World War II

Overview

The final project for this course is the creation of an 8- to 10-page research paper that will incorporate both primary (historical) sources and secondary (scholarly) sources. The primary goal of History 301 is to learn more about the interactions of world cultures through thematic historical lenses that invite us to engage in comparison and contrast. You will take a closer look at this mission by focusing on a key event or time period in history during which a person, group, army, or explorer caused ideas to travel. Topic suggestions for your paper can be found in the sections below. You may use one of those directly or as inspiration for a different topic.

The purpose of this assignment is multi-layered. It encourages you to make connections among the themes of different modules in the course in a more focused historical moment. By incorporating primary and secondary sources, you will develop further abilities to synthesize complex ideas based on logical deduction and reasoned interpretation of existing course materials. Furthermore, you will hone your ability to locate refined and reliable commentary by judging each potential source and writing about it in a professional written voice.

The project is divided into three milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules One, Three, and Five. The final paper will be submitted during Module Seven.

In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:

  • Demonstrate an advanced-level knowledge of the development of cultural traditions in the non-Western world (KNOWLEDGE)
  • Critically analyze ideas from both primary and secondary sources (CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING)
  • Develop arguments based upon primary and secondary sources and articulate those ideas in the written and spoken word (COMMUNICATION
  • Chosen Topic: Investigate the Japanese–German partnership during World War II

Prompt

The cultural differences between global nations are so significant that one might assume there has been very little interaction among these cultures in history. However, these groups have not been isolated from each other. Examples of Western visitors to China, Japan, India, and Africa are found throughout history. The consequences of these interactions reveal some of the underlying causes of cultural differences among these areas that still exist today. How did members of these areas react to ideas, institutions, and the cultural ideals during moments of historical interaction? Select one example of interacting cultures in history and explore how individuals or groups reacted to the exchange of ideas. Ultimately, how have moments of interaction changed these civilizations?

The creation of this research paper will include the following critical elements upon which your grade will be based. Be sure to pay close attention to these elements.

Specifically, you must address the critical elements must be addressed in your final paper:

  • Include an arguable thesis statement. The thesis statement should be well-phrased and set up the natural organization of the paper. The thesis statement should be included in the introduction paragraph of your paper. The thesis statement is the argument you are supporting throughout the paper with scholarly evidence.
  • Place the chosen culture into a historical context through the inclusion of historical information regarding the country, religion, civilization, time period, dynasties or kingdoms, primary people involved, and any other relevant information.
  • Your paper must contain comparative elements for the chosen topic, such as elements from Japan, China, India, Africa, or a combination of those AND an element (an explorer, an idea, a religion, an interaction, an empire, etc.) from Western civilization. Discussion of the comparative elements from the two regions should be throughout the paper to provide a comprehensive comparison.
  • Analyze how members of your chosen topic react to ideas, institutions, and the cultural ideals during moments of historical interaction. Consider how the individuals or groups reacted to the exchange of ideas and how the interaction changed the civilization.
  • You should analyze scholarly evidence to include in your paper that fully supports your thesis statement. You should include at least four primary sources and four secondary sources. Scholarly evidence can be included as specific examples, quotes, detail, events, or statistics to support the argument of the paper.
  • Conclude with an analysis of the consequences of these interactions that considers how the cultural exchanges benefited both groups and are evident in the current day.
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  • Milestone Three: Rough DraftIn Module Five, you will submit your rough draft. The rough draft should include as much of the completed paper as possible. The rough draft must be 5–6 pages in length (including references). All citations in the rough draft must be in Chicago-style footnotes with a bibliography on the final page. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.

What to Submit

Your final project must be 8–10 pages in length (plus references) and must be written in Chicago-style format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Include at least four secondary and four primary sources cited in Chicago/Turabian format for citations and bibliography. In terms of secondary resource material, ensure that the sources you use are indeed reliable. No general websites should be used. Instead, select sources that are written by historians. Feel free to use the Guide to Research document found in Modules One and Three.

For Milestone Three, you will submit your rough draft. The rough draft should include as much of the completed paper as possible. Please note that the rubric focuses on your thesis and conclusion. Ideally, your conclusion should explain how your evidence has proved your thesis. These two components are fairly important, so be sure to include them even if you are still working on your body paragraphs. All citations within the rough draft must be in Chicago-style footnotes (not endnotes) with a bibliography on the final page. 

 
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