(Answered): HIS-122 Detailed outline & Final Paper – Forgotten History – PT.1

(Answered): HIS-122 Detailed outline & Final Paper – Forgotten History – PT.1

  

(Answered): HIS-122 Detailed outline & Final Paper – Forgotten History – PT.1

This is a 2 part assignment and I’ll of course pay for each but want to use the same person for both. This assignment is: Option 3: Outline Assignment: This is a very important step toward a successful paper. Like history detectives, this is where you will demonstrate the evidence you have found thus far to support your thesis. Each piece of evidence must have a source. If it is a general idea or question, then it doesn’t belong in this outline as a supporting detail but rather should be incorporated into your main idea statements that should be your original work. In this outline, you will demonstrate your organization of the content you plan to include and show what supporting details you have for this paper. This outline is a significant grade and somewhat acts like a midterm exam. Please take it seriously. The sources you cite must be in MLA, APA or Chicago Style citation format. Your outline will follow the following format and will be in Complete Sentences: Thesis statement: Main idea 1 (main ideas are complete sentences that should be in your own words, main ideas are not questions) Supporting Detail 1: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. It may even be a direct quote. Supporting Detail Source 1: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 2: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 2: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 3: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 3: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Main idea 2 Supporting Detail 1: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 1: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 2: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 2: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 3: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 3: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Main idea 3 Supporting Detail 1: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 1: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 2: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 2: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Supporting Detail 3: This should be a fact that is not common knowledge and supports your first main idea. Supporting Detail Source 3: This may be a book, web site, primary or secondary or any source you’ve used in your research. Concluding statement or Restating of the Thesis Statement ——————————————– Sources: (There will be additional sources available for the final paper) Interview 1: July 21st Three children of a military family who frequently experiences deployments of their father. Kids are 11-14 years old 1. Have your feelings changed from the first deployment to the last, have they gotten easier or a more common feeling that this is Dad’s job? W: It’s gotten easier because I’m used to it K: I feel like it’s a common thing. I’m used to it R: Used to them. 2. Did anyone from the Air Force ever ask you how you were while your dad was deployed? W: yes K: no R: no, other people have but no one from the Air Force 3. Why do you thnk your dad has to deploy? W: To go do something, like fix something or help someone. K: He has to deploy to help other people in those areas R: To go work or train. 4. What do you miss most about your dad when he’s gone? W: When he plays with us, watches movies with us and plays video games with us K: I miss playing sports with him and hanging out with him R: I miss him playing outside with us, playing sports and PS4 5. Have you had to do things differently when your dad was deployed? Did you have to change your lifestyle or help your amazing mom out more? W: Yes, I help out with my mom somethings like helping her clean and sleeping in her bed with her somethings. When she’s sad I cheer her up with my amazing hugs. K: I help my mom out more. R: I help more but nothing else. 6. How do you fell about the military in general? W: I feel like it’s not fair that they take our patents away from us. K: I feel like they’re hard workers to keep our country safe. R: I feel good about it. They protect people. 7. If you could tell your dad’s bosses anything about how the deployments affect you, what would you tell them? W: I would tell them that they affect me by when my mom doesn’t know how to help me with my homework, my dad does. K: Some of them if they are two weeks I’m ok with that, but if they are 7 months, they should be shorter. R: Make them shorter. 8. What do you think could make deployments easier for all kids who have parents in the military? W: to just not be deployed, to stay home K: To do a countdown, like a paper chain or M&Ms; in a jar R: To not worry about it. When you’re not worried you don’t think about it as much. 9. What do you tell other kids who may have a parent deploying? W: It’s fine, he’ll come back and you guys can spend family time with him when he does. K: I would tell them to think about all the good times they have had. R: Don’t worry ———————————————- Interview 2: July 21st Sara was 8 when her older brother deployed to the Gulf War in the 90’s 1. Who close to you went to war, which war, when and what do you remember about how you felt? S: Brother, volunteered not drafted, Gulf War in 90s, Dad tried to keep info from her, felt fear of death that he wasn’t coming home but also pride. 2. How old were you? S: 8. Brother Rick, was 11 years older 3. Was the reasoning of why loved one had to leave discussed with you? S: Mom didn’t talk about, dad said to fight for freedom/protection, all details were left out, brought cool things home tho, went during Black Hawk Down time, but wasn’t at it, remembers dad would watch the news and get upset 4. were there any misconceptions of the war by society that directly affected you? S: Media portrayed as scary, felt overwhelming sense of fear of losing brother and was all brought to the forefront 5. Was your relationship affected by the deployment? Do you remember how you felt and what was goin on when he came home? S: Initially they were closer but he grew distant as time passed and he wouldn’t talk about what happened while deployed, possible PSTD. When brother came home he wanted out of the Marines and off the frontlines. 6. Do you feel there is a gap between civilians and military and military and it’s families? S: Yes, many civilians don’t understand the sacrifices military families are put thru. Yes, because they don’t talk to us. 7. Do you feel the gap is dfferent from when you were a child? S: All I know is that i didn’t want to live that life, a military spouse life with those fears. 8. Do you remember kids treating you differently because your brother was deployed? S: No 9. Did anyone speak to your family to help you understand any concerns about the deployement? S: No. We had my dad and he was a marine also, so he understood. 10. What’s something the military could have done better for it’s families with children? S: just checked in on us at least once to see how we were doing. They didn’t at all, unless my dad kept from me. ——————————————————————– May use other sources as well but please include from this short documentary: Susan Hackley, War Changes Everyone, Veteran Kids ———-Other sources I found http://www.allianceforpeacebuilding.org/2016/03/war-changes-everyone-a-documentary-film-project-about-the-impact-of-war-on-american-children-and-families/ http://www.allianceforpeacebuilding.org/2016/03/war-changes-everyone-a-documentary-film-project-about-the-impact-of-war-on-american-children-and-families/ http://achildsguidetowar.com/trailer/ http://www.pbs.org/thewar/at_home_family.htm http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/11/us/military-children-deployment/index.html http://www.pbs.org/thewar/at_home_family.htm

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