Writing expectations include competency in the following:
Verb Tense and Agreement
Focus and Organization
Thesis Statement & Conclusion
The Case Assignment for this course will be a 2-3 page essay (excluding cover page and references). You should use a minimum of 3-4 sources in your Case Assignment. Review the vocabulary we have built through Module 4. Write an analysis using that vocabulary to describe the culture in the video. Examine the religious traditions and effects on the cultures of the region. Answer the question, “how did these peoples make use of the sacred space?” Do you see any connection between the use of sacred space in the video and how we define it today? Choose an Etic or Emic point of view.
Must be double-spaced with 1-inch margins and typed in 12-point Times New Roman.
Your Essay should have a Cover Page and Works Cited Page.
Essays should be proofread for spelling and grammar mistakes.
You must cite all texts used, including page numbers to avoid plagiarism.
Your essay must have a thesis statement and a conclusion based upon the sources that you read.
Make sure that you find evidence to back it up.
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For the purpose of this submission, the selected movie is the Dead Poets Society. This is an American drama film produced in 1989. The movie is set at Welton Academy, a fictional elite conservative boarding learning center situated in Vermont. The resource follows the story of an English teacher that uses the art of poetry to inspire the students. He does not agree with the traditional conservative methodology used to facilitate the teaching process at Walton. Hence, he introduces a modern and progressive teaching paradigm (Weir, 1989). The new method requires the students to do away with a conformist behavior of blindly following the current school norms and, instead, follow their own hearts to make their lives count (Weir, 1989). The movie is able to pass out the intended message
How did these peoples make use of the sacred space? Do you see any connection between the use of sacred space in the video and how we define it today?
The people documented in the video use the sacred space variedly. For example, they use it to show that humans and animals are equal. The video has images of stone dildo-wielding women exhibiting their genitals at cows. It also portrays Chieftains engaging in sexual activity with horses (“BBC Pagans 4 Sacred Landscape”). The women and the Chieftains do this and then proceeds to slaughter the respective animals and to participate in whipping sessions in mixed saunas. What this shows is that sexuality in sacred spaces is a taboo. The ancient pagan perspective as defined in this paragraph...
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