For this exercise your task is to discuss a section from one of your assigned readings. For this assignment, please refer to the section titled “The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party” (p.406-411) in Mao’s Revolutionary Doctrine, which you can find under “weeks 7-9” on the Course Materials page of Quercus. – NO PLAGIARISM
Reaction papers are thought papers where you critique an article. As you read the assigned articles, point out 1) at least one interesting fact that you learned from the introduction, 2) study’s strengths, 3) the limitations of their research design (for example, the way they defined or measured their variables, the measures’ reliability/validity, their data collection technique [e.g., self-report, lab visits, direct observation]), 4) implications of their findings (so what do they findings mean in real world!. In your implications section you must relate the study’s findings to real life, and give it some context to make it relevant for lay people), 5) future direction ideas (what would you want to test next to build up on the findings of this research, and/or to address its shortcomings).
March 11, 2020
) Separate the 40 participants listed below into two groups of 20, in which each group has an equal number of men and women (10 M, 10 F each). Use a random numbers table (text, pp. 537-538) to accomplish this. (Start anywhere in the table, and proceed in any direction that you like. Odd numbers put the subjects in group 1; even numbers in group 2. When one group is filled, the rest go into the other group.)
March 11, 2020
EAS105 Reading Response #3
For this exercise your task is to discuss a section from one of your assigned readings. For this assignment, please refer to the section titled “The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party” (p.406-411) in Mao’s Revolutionary Doctrine, which you can find under “weeks 7-9” on the Course Materials page of Quercus.
Read the section called “Report on an Investigation of the Hunan Peasant Movement” (406-411). It is not necessary for the purpose of this assignment to read the entire chapter, though you should read the rest of it for the purpose of the class.What information or background does the author provide to contextualize the history of Chinese revolution? (There may be quite a bit of information in the text. Make sure to identify important information that deepens the reader’s understanding of why Chinese communism arose when it did.)State the author’s overall argument in one sentence; then, explain how he builds his argument about the Peasant Movements. How does the author discuss the Peasant Movements in relation to the Revolution? If you were to state the argument of the entire section in one sentence, what would that be? (Remember that an author’s argument is not any one point or fact, but rather the ultimate conclusions the author draws from these points.)Think about the significance of the argument. How is the understanding of Chinese revolution important for understanding recent history? How has it affected the course of history?First contextualize and skim the reading, while making sure to stop and look up terms you may not understand. Then return to the beginning to read through this portion carefully after you have skimmed through the assigned text. Then respond to the above questions, focusing on the author’s discussion of what Chinese revolution is and its significance.
Per the syllabus, this is a one page (single-spaced) response (about 500 words). It is marked out of 5% and must be submitted via the Portal by midnight on the due date (March 11th). For all writing assignments, late submissions (except for medical reasons) will be penalized by 10% per day (up to 50%) and will not be accepted after a week.
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