IMPORTANT: It is crucial that you read and re-read “More About Discussion Boards” under the “Syllabus & Course Info” tab before beginning. (I’ll put the discussion instructions below.)
Background: In this module you learned that industrialization was a driving factor for immigration during the 2nd half of the 19th century and into the early 20th century. Industrial expansion created jobs, brought immigrants, and resulted in increased urbanization. It could be argued that industrialization had both positive and negative effects on the United States.
Prompt: Comparatively, how have other nations of the world been altered by their own industrialization for both good and ill? Compare your findings to what you have learned in this module.
Discussion post instructions:
In each Discussion Board you will be asked to reference, provide a direct quotation, and cite an article from a credible scholarly journal located by going to Library One ( https://docs.google.com/document/d/19CeVdmGblfZk1yR7L1h6pctgj8B8BHNV/edit ) No websites, textbooks, books, or compilations will be accepted. Please makes sure that your article is from a scholarly journal and that the name of that scholarly journal is clearly evident in your citation.
What is a scholarly journal article?
Scholarly journal articles are pieces written by historians or others who are experts in their fields. These are substantive, reliable, and well-documented sources of information on specific topics, events, or people. These are not websites, textbooks, books, or compilations. Websites, textbooks, books, or compilations will be accepted. will be accepted.
Here are a few examples of credible journals in the field. But, you are in no means limited by theses. You may find related articles in economics journals, political science journals, or from other fields of scholarship as well.
Also, you must reference, provide a direct quotation, and cite one piece of evidence from your textbook, Give me Liberty.
Please do not use more than 1 quotation from each source (two quotations in total).
Your direct quotations and in text citations will look something like this:
In Give Me Liberty, an argument is presented that “the Marshall Plan offered a positive vision to go along with containment” (Foner, 912).
Please note: You also need a full citation for each of your sources under a Works Cited section at the bottom of your initial post. Replies to classmates require no citations.
You must use MLA Format for both your in-text documentation and your works cited. For more information on how to site your scholarly article and the video series, go to properly citing your work in the discussion boards.
You must be thorough and address everything that needs to be addressed. However, this is a discussion board, not a formal essay or research paper. Being thorough does not mean being overly verbose. Your initial post should be between 250 and 300 words. Each reply should be at least 150 words. Please place your word count at the end of your post and both of your replies, such as this (300 words).
Below is the Criteria for an Exemplary Original Post (OP) and Replies:
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