Ideologies and their connection to authors of different eras. Edit

Get perfect grades by consistently using our writing services. Place your order and get a quality paper today. Take advantage of our current 20% discount by using the coupon code GET20


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper

This is edit/rewrite of the attached essay. Go over the requirements and make sure everything is completed throughout and correctly with authors only stated on the attache sheet following the outline below.

Background:

We all found our lives on a set of assumptions. Though we aren’t always conscious of these foundational beliefs, they undergird all that we do. This year we have looked at eight of these concepts, both in the authors we’ve studied and our own lives. At the most basic level, they define who we are.

Task:

Take one of the eight concepts listed above and create a paper that does the following three things:

  1. Define the concept and delineates its value or significance. Why does this ideology matter? What ramifications does it hold?
  2. Discuss several of the approaches to the issue that we’ve seen this year with the authors we’ve studied. Give specific examples, at least one author from each era and at least two quotes per era.
  3. Describe your own position on the concept. What conclusion have you come to and why? Support your opinions with logic and any relevant evidence.

Tips:

  • Don’t do the obvious.
  • Venture into the unknown with this paper. You’ll be glad that you forced yourself to think hard.
  • I don’t expect you to have your views all figured out; (you’re just juniors in high school), but thoughtlessness is inexcusable.

Requirements:

  • Three pages minimum
  • Single-spaced
  • Mechanical perfection
  • Intellectual and emotional honesty
  • Work Cited required (may be on a third page)
  • Two quotes per “era” of our curriculum: Puritan, Colonial, Romantic, Realist, Modern
  • 75 points

Sample format:

Introduction

  • Hook
  • Define ideology–explain its value, significance
  • Thesis—how that ideology has shifted throughout the eras.

Puritans

  • What is their stance on the ideology? Give at least two quotes to support; quote at least one author.
  • Discuss how their stance on that ideology affected them in life, community, value, etc.

Enlightenment

  • What is their stance on the ideology? Give at least two quotes to support; quote at least one author.
  • Discuss how their stance on that ideology affected them in life, community, value, etc.

Romanticism

  • What is their stance on the ideology? Give at least two quotes to support; quote at least one author.
  • Discuss how their stance on that ideology affected them in life, community, value, etc.

Realism/Naturalism

  • What is their stance on the ideology? Give at least two quotes to support; quote at least once author.
  • Discuss how their stance on that ideology affected them in life, community, value, etc.

Modernism

  • What is their stance on the ideology? Give at least two quotes to support; quote at least one author.
  • Discuss how their stance on that ideology affected them in life, community, value, etc.

Conclusion

  • Having considered the different eras and their ideological stances and the effects of those ideologies, where do you stand?
  • You may use 1st person only in this paragraph.
  • Be sure to answer the why behind your ideology. Give support with specific examples, etc.

Got stuck with another paper? We can help! Use our paper writing service to score better grades and meet your deadlines.

Get 15% discount for your first order


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper
Writerbay.net