Interpretations Of Institutions
You will be doing a number of exercises that will enhance your critical thinking and writing skills. Practice makes perfect. The material and assessments in this module will be used to assess Outcomes: Discuss the varying interpretations of institutions, people, practices and events in world history through global experiences of diverse people and cultures, including governance, politics, economies and ethical perspectives and values. Identify and analyze problems throughout this period, such as factors leading to colonialism (from global context), revolutions, wars, imperial expansion, and empire strongholds. Relate the events, ideas and people throughout the world history with present societal conditions and a particular focus on analyzing the literary cultural traditions seen of past, present, and imaginings of the global future. Employ appropriate research methodologies to study major topics in world history from 1500 to today to produce clear, well-organized and accurate analysis of papers and other documents/media. The utilize the ability to employ historical content analysis in a variety other fields and studies of historical significance.