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This assignment is from(Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) and cannot use other source than this book.
please keep everything we can have 4 assignment from this book and can be assign directly to you.
the lesson we covered and should be cited (Introduction / Networks: East Asian Empires, Networks: Dar al-Islam / States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Networks: Indian Ocean Basin / Europe Before Columbus, Networks: The Americas, Iberian Empires Around the Globe/Creating Colonial Societies, New Global Economies: The African Slave Trade / Cultural Encounters in the Atlantic World, New Global Economies: The Other Slavery, New Global Economies: Metals and Monies/Pacific Exchanges)
Please read this assignment all the way through!
While coercive and exploitative labor systems have been present in human societies since time out of mind, the new global world system that came into existence during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries was dependent on and fostering of different forms of forced labor. But not all forms of coerced labor are the same. We tend to think first of the huge Atlantic slave trade, in which millions of men, women and children were kidnapped from their homes in Sub-Saharan African and enslaved in the Americas, but there are other kinds of slavery and other forms of forced labor. For your first paper, you will examine how New World chattel slavery resembled and differed from other forms of bonded labor. In what regards did it resemble other labor systems? In what regards was it different? Most critically, why did it resemble or differ from other labor systems? Your paper will examine these questions and take a position on them. You must do more than simply catalogue the similarities and differences; you must try to offer an explanation for why they resembled or differed from each other. That is, you must do more than simply describe; you must also analyze.
You must support your assertions with specific evidence. Evidence for this paper will come from the documents included in the WTWA (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) Reader, especially the collection called “Casebook: Coerced Labor in the Early Modern World.” You may also use the other documents in the reader if you find them useful for making your argument. Keep in mind that your paper must rely on the documents, not the editors’ comments, so read carefully. Past experience has taught me that students often don’t pay attention to the difference between editorial apparatus and the actual documents, so please be aware that if your paper attempts to use the editors’ words rather than the documents as its source of evidence, it will be downgraded appropriately. Cite specific passages from the documents to support your thesis; unsubstantiated claims carry no weight and will not receive credit. Moreover, evidence without analysis is also useless. It is never enough to simply cite passages from the text—you must provide analysis of the cited evidence, and explain how it supports your thesis.
This paper requires no outside sources. Certainly, you may use material from lectures and discussion. If you wish, you may use your Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook, but you must provide a parenthetical citation for any material you draw from it. Remember, your aim here is to focus in closely on the primary sources, so the documents from the reader must be the foundation of your paper. Do not use any other sources, especially internet sources. Papers that use sources other than what I’ve just listed will not be accepted (meaning, you’ll have to rewrite your paper and it will considered late).
All supporting materials from the documents in the WTWA Reader (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) must be cited properly and fully. Please review the policy on academic honesty, which is available here and review the suggestions for avoiding plagiarism here. A parenthetical citation is sufficient—you do not need to use footnotes. This is what your citation might look like:
Slavery in Aceh does seems to have been linked to any perceived physical differences between different sectors of the population. Dampnier notes that “… neither can a stranger easily know who is a Slave and who not among them: for they are all, in a manner, Slaves to one another: and all in general to the Queen and Oronkeys…” (Dampnier, p. 138)
The pagination in the 1st edition and the 2nd edition of the WTWA (Worlds Together, Worlds Apart textbook) Reader do differ from each other, but don’t worry about that. Just cite the pagination from whichever version that you’re using. A citation from Worlds Together, Worlds Apart would be similar. You do not need a “Works Cited” page.
Organization, Spelling, Grammar and Style:
Carefully read the information on writing history papers available here and use it when writing your paper. Your paper will be graded not only on what you say, but how you say it. Don’t forget, you must have a central thesis to argue. You must argue it in a carefully organized, focused, and articulate way, using evidence drawn from your primary source.
Your paper must be 4 pages long (that is, approximately 1,000 words), and must be typed using 12-point font —not 14, not 10—and double-spaced with one-inch margins. Use a standard font such as Times or Palatino. Do not put your paper in bold. Remember to check your spelling and grammar, edit, proofread, and then repeat.