Asian Studies

Identifying the author’s main argument(s) and 2) supporting examples.

1) identifying the author’s main argument(s) and 2) supporting examples. 3) Situate the arguments in the field of research as you know, or speculate what contribution the author makes to the field. 4) Critique the arguments by pointing out any problematic claims or insubstantial evidence, and state your own position or perspective. Be prepared to …

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What is the relationship between compassion and wisdom?

1). Why is the Fourth Noble Truth called the Middle Path? 2). What is the relationship between compassion and wisdom? 3). What is the difference between knowling accordingly and penetration? Can you give an example of each from your own experience? answer the above questions after reading: https://sites.google.com/site/rahulawhatthebuddha/…Proof read your work and check plagiarism, each …

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When analyzing the primary source remember to comment on the date of publication, authorship and intended audience for the text.

Discuss the relationship between mapping and empire. Draw on the chapter on mapping and imperialism by Matthew Edney. Analyze the primary source A Handbook for Travellers. A Handbook for Travellers in India, Ceylon and Burma (London: John Murray, 1894). https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100481838 Matthew Edney, “The Ideologies and Practices of Mapping and Imperialism”, Mapping an Empire (Chicago: University …

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1. Imagine that you are working for a large travel-agency company in your nation

1. Imagine that you are working for a large travel-agency company in your nation as a strategic planner, and you are assigned by your boss to make a fresh-creative plan for new kinds of Tourism Programs for people of your country visiting one other country — Korean students choose any other nation; our international students …

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