Overview: For the first part of your final project, the critical analysis portfo

Overview: For the first part of your final project, the critical analysis portfolio, you will select an artifact from popular culture and critically analyze it through the
four general education lenses: history, humanities, natural and applied sciences, and social sciences. By viewing the artifact through these lenses, you will gain
insight into how the mediated nature of popular culture affects society as well as both your own individual framework of perception and the choices, attitudes,
and behaviors of others in the world around you.
For this fourth milestone, due in Module Six, you will analyze your popular culture artifact through the lenses of the natural and applied sciences and the social
sciences. Like Milestone Two, this task provides you with an opportunity to dive deeper into your analysis of the artifact through these two lenses. This will
provide you with a chance to practice analyzing your artifact through these lenses and receive feedback on this practice attempt.
Prompt: First, review your work in Modules Five and Six, as well as the Four Lenses document from Module One.
Next, analyze your popular culture artifact through the lens of the natural and applied sciences by exploring the following questions:
 How does this artifact provide a social commentary through the natural and applied sciences?
 In what ways can science help enhance an experience or understanding of your artifact?
Next, analyze your popular culture artifact through the social sciences by exploring the following questions:
 How does this artifact interact with the social sciences lens and impact social issues?
 In what ways does the social science lens help articulate a deeper understanding of the social issue(s) that inform your artifact?
Note: You are completing two separate analyses: one from the natural and applied sciences and one from the social sciences. You must submit two papers within
a single Word document.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Lens Analysis: In this section of your assignment, you will analyze your popular culture artifact through two of the four general education
lenses.
A. Analyze your artifact through the lens of the natural and applied sciences for determining its impact on various institutions. Utilize evidence
from research to support your analysis.
B. Analyze your artifact through the lens of the social sciences for determining its impact on various institutions. Utilize evidence from research to
support your analysis.
Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Milestone Four should be submitted as two papers in a single Word document. The entire submission should be 2 to 4 pages in
length. Use double spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Support your responses with at least two sources for each lens from the
assigned course resources, or other scholarly sources located independently via the Shapiro Library. Cite your supporting sources in APA style.

Dear Writer I want you to write for me annotated bibliography for 11 article bas

Dear Writer I want you to write for me annotated bibliography for 11 article based on the information below like is the article specify the proposal topic So i will attach the templet that you will work on it and example of the writing structure and i will attach the proposal so you can know the title and you find the article based on the topic and research question and the objective

This paper should be between 1,750 and 2,250 words in length (roughly 7 to 9 pag

This paper should be between 1,750 and 2,250 words in length (roughly 7 to 9 pages)
Note that there are two parts of this assignment, and two options for the first part of it.
(The two options were to do a thesis statement/question or do an Annotated bibliography, but I had chosen just to do a thesis statement.
– Number 1A which is the Thesis Statement is due: Friday, Dec. 3, before class.
– The Final Version is due Wednesday, Dec. 17 on Canvas by 4pm.
1A. The Thesis Statement/Question. This should be around 200-250 words. This should describe which question above you will address and how you will address it. Do not just reframe one of the above questions. Instead, make it your own by describing your approach to it. What sort of sources (articles, films, etc.) will you draw on to address your topic? The key part of this part of the assignment is answering this question: What argument do you want to make, OR what question do you want to examine?
Choice of topic for final paper:
Ethnographic perspectives on urban place and mobility in Europe
Many of the anthropologists we have examined this semester have focused on the concept of place. This has been central to their goals as ethnographers more generally. In your view, what are the two or three most important ways that attention to place contributes to our understanding of issues addressed in our readings? Drawing on at least two of our readings (in addition to Kleinman), explain how attention to place has helped ethnographers provide new perspectives on society and culture in Europe.
be sure to include:
– A title that describes your subject and your perspective on it, as precisely as possible with both.
– A careful overview summary of the key historical events important to your topic. You need not include it all in a paragraph or two – it is even better if you integrate it within your essay as a whole – but you should demonstrate knowledge of key events that shaped the context for your subject. Be sure to include at least three dates (the year of a given event is sufficient) as part of your explanation of the historical context.
– reference to at least 3 sources other than Kleinman. Include and comment on at least two quotations: one from Kleinman and one from an outside source by an anthropologist that we have not read in class (Find a new post-2018 source – not one that you have already used in a paper).
– A Works Cited page with Title, Author, Date, Publisher, and Place of Publication for all works cited and other sources you found particularly helpful. Use the bibliography of a book or article as a guide, if necessary.
(Book readings will be uploaded below)
Readings for final paper:
– Will Brexit Bring the Troubles Back to Northern Ireland?.. PDF
– Guano, Creative Urbanity, Chapter 5, Touring the Hidden City
– Guano, Chapter 6, pp. 155-159
– Belfast Imaginary: Place, Performance and the new Northern Irish Identity
– Book: adventure capital: migration and the making of an african hub in paris (This will be screenshots of many pages in the book full pages of Chapter 1 and some pages of Chapter 3 to read)

explain what “normative masculinity” is and second, link the concept of masculinity with the military as discussed by Nagel

please first, explain what “normative masculinity” is and second, link the concept of masculinity with the military as discussed by Nagel. Third, think how you could use such insight to explain, at least to some extent, the fact that especially young men join fundamentalist groups such as ISIS.

please first, explain what “normative masculinity” is and second, link the conce

please first, explain what “normative masculinity” is and second, link the concept of masculinity with the military as discussed by Nagel. Third, think how you could use such insight to explain, at least to some extent, the fact that especially young men join fundamentalist groups such as ISIS.

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occu

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occurred in the last six months. The event should come from a well-known news source, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, PBS, BBC, National Geographic, The New York Times, and so on. Post a link to the news story, and in your initial post, identify the following:
Summarize your news story and its contributions to the science or STEM fields.
If your news event is overtly related to popular culture, how does this event contribute to popular culture studies? If your news event does not directly relate to popular culture, how could the science behind your event be applied to popular culture artifacts?
In response to your peers, provide feedback about their news story and describe the value of the science lens for understanding popular culture.
Make sure you support your response with the readings from this module and any additional resources, if needed.
Peer 1
Hi class, I hope you’re all having a great week.
The news story I found was from The Washington Post, titled “‘Weird, hot, black ice’: Scientists discover new phase of water” (Blakemore, 2021) This new form of ice is now called superionic ice. It was said that “researchers managed to create the substance using the same high temperatures and pressures that can be found inside ice giants Uranus and Neptune.” (Blakemore, 2021) Scientists say that a lot of the universe’s water exists in this hot, superionic form. They are working to try to understand its properties, which include “the ability to generate the magnetic fields that protect people and organisms from the sun’s blistering radiation.” (Blakemore, 2021) Since these magnetic fields are what allow planets to sustain life, superionic ice could lead us to other places where life is possible.
The idea of life on other planets is frequently brought up in pop culture. It takes place in movies, tv shows, books, music, and more. This recent study has led us closer to the science behind the idea, which can allow future pop culture artifacts to be more detailed and knowledgeable with their interpretation.
Reference:
Blakemore, E. (November 21st, 2021) ‘Weird, hot, black ice’: Scientists discover new phase of water. The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/ice-superionic-icy-planets/2021/11/19/dcd7d1e0-47d6-11ec-b8d9-232f4afe4d9b_story.html
Peer 2
Hello Everyone!
With a growing public awareness of the condition of our planet and the effects of climate change, there has been a significant increase in the incorporation of themes of environmental activism in pop culture. One science news event which has garnered great public attention over the past few years are the incredibly destructive wildfires which have destroyed land across the planet. The article I have chosen to explore covers two active wildfires during July of 2021. During their active time, these two fires burned land nearly the size of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago combined (Elamroussi, 2021). The Dixie Fire, a California fire scorched 240,795 acres and forced the evacuation of 7,800 residents before being contained just 24% (Elamroussi, 2021). The Bootleg Fire in Oregon burned 413,562 acres within a month, tearing through 400 structures and at least 342 vehicles (Elamroussi, 2021). The increased instances of extremely damaging and persistent wildfires have been used as evidence of climate change and the extremely harmful effects is has. It is largely believed that human-induced climate change is the driving force in the recent increase in wildfire severity. Unprecedented droughts in Western United States have made the region increasingly vulnerable to wildfires, making the damage more significant and the fires harder to contain and faster to spread.  Understanding the science behind these disasters helps us to better plan for remediation and prevention.
The existence of these wildfires sheds light on two important factors: the damage they cause and the conditions that cause them. This is what gives way for pop culture coverage. When the public sees the damages brought on by the blazing wildfires, many are likely to be upset by the event in some way. Some may feel sorrow for the wildlife and people affected by the fires while others may fear that the wildfires will eventually impact their own homes and communities. Either way, many people who hear about these disasters will want to avoid them, thus bringing more individuals to the side of climate remediation and improvements in global greenhouse gas emissions and other sustainable activities.
With climate change becoming more of a mainstream issue, we are seeing it more and more in pop culture media across the globe. Many celebrities are known as climate activists, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Bill Nye, and Gwyneth Paltrow to name a few. Additionally, many large streaming services are producing their own documentaries, such as the 2019 Netflix series Our Planet narrated by David Attenborough. These documentaries are designed to teach the public about the environment and to make people more aware of issues threatening the planet’s well-being. One notable result of the increase of environmental science news in media is the increase of climate activism on the social media app TikTok. On this app, many of the younger generations have shared their opinions and concerns for the environment on a platform which can reach millions of people. The rapid-fire quality of this content allows many messages to get to many people in only a few minutes. By bringing environmental issues to the media, this leads to the exploration of these scientific topics in more focused works of documentary or film and also encourages public figures to engage in activism. This then allows a greater audience to become educated on these issues, leading to more support and activism and potential for improvements in these issues.
Thanks!
Kelly
Source:
Elamroussi, A. (31 July 2021). The two largest wildfires in the US have burned land nearly the size of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago combined. CNN. Retrieved 22 November 2021 from https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/31/weather/us-western-wildfires-saturday/index.html

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occu

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occurred in the last six months. The event should come from a well-known news source, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, PBS, BBC, National Geographic, The New York Times, and so on. Post a link to the news story, and in your initial post, identify the following:
Summarize your news story and its contributions to the science or STEM fields.
If your news event is overtly related to popular culture, how does this event contribute to popular culture studies? If your news event does not directly relate to popular culture, how could the science behind your event be applied to popular culture artifacts?
In response to your peers, provide feedback about their news story and describe the value of the science lens for understanding popular culture.
Make sure you support your response with the readings from this module and any additional resources, if needed.
Peer 1
Hi class, I hope you’re all having a great week.
The news story I found was from The Washington Post, titled “‘Weird, hot, black ice’: Scientists discover new phase of water” (Blakemore, 2021) This new form of ice is now called superionic ice. It was said that “researchers managed to create the substance using the same high temperatures and pressures that can be found inside ice giants Uranus and Neptune.” (Blakemore, 2021) Scientists say that a lot of the universe’s water exists in this hot, superionic form. They are working to try to understand its properties, which include “the ability to generate the magnetic fields that protect people and organisms from the sun’s blistering radiation.” (Blakemore, 2021) Since these magnetic fields are what allow planets to sustain life, superionic ice could lead us to other places where life is possible.
The idea of life on other planets is frequently brought up in pop culture. It takes place in movies, tv shows, books, music, and more. This recent study has led us closer to the science behind the idea, which can allow future pop culture artifacts to be more detailed and knowledgeable with their interpretation.
Reference:
Blakemore, E. (November 21st, 2021) ‘Weird, hot, black ice’: Scientists discover new phase of water. The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/ice-superionic-icy-planets/2021/11/19/dcd7d1e0-47d6-11ec-b8d9-232f4afe4d9b_story.html
Peer 2
Hello Everyone!
With a growing public awareness of the condition of our planet and the effects of climate change, there has been a significant increase in the incorporation of themes of environmental activism in pop culture. One science news event which has garnered great public attention over the past few years are the incredibly destructive wildfires which have destroyed land across the planet. The article I have chosen to explore covers two active wildfires during July of 2021. During their active time, these two fires burned land nearly the size of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago combined (Elamroussi, 2021). The Dixie Fire, a California fire scorched 240,795 acres and forced the evacuation of 7,800 residents before being contained just 24% (Elamroussi, 2021). The Bootleg Fire in Oregon burned 413,562 acres within a month, tearing through 400 structures and at least 342 vehicles (Elamroussi, 2021). The increased instances of extremely damaging and persistent wildfires have been used as evidence of climate change and the extremely harmful effects is has. It is largely believed that human-induced climate change is the driving force in the recent increase in wildfire severity. Unprecedented droughts in Western United States have made the region increasingly vulnerable to wildfires, making the damage more significant and the fires harder to contain and faster to spread.  Understanding the science behind these disasters helps us to better plan for remediation and prevention.
The existence of these wildfires sheds light on two important factors: the damage they cause and the conditions that cause them. This is what gives way for pop culture coverage. When the public sees the damages brought on by the blazing wildfires, many are likely to be upset by the event in some way. Some may feel sorrow for the wildlife and people affected by the fires while others may fear that the wildfires will eventually impact their own homes and communities. Either way, many people who hear about these disasters will want to avoid them, thus bringing more individuals to the side of climate remediation and improvements in global greenhouse gas emissions and other sustainable activities.
With climate change becoming more of a mainstream issue, we are seeing it more and more in pop culture media across the globe. Many celebrities are known as climate activists, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Bill Nye, and Gwyneth Paltrow to name a few. Additionally, many large streaming services are producing their own documentaries, such as the 2019 Netflix series Our Planet narrated by David Attenborough. These documentaries are designed to teach the public about the environment and to make people more aware of issues threatening the planet’s well-being. One notable result of the increase of environmental science news in media is the increase of climate activism on the social media app TikTok. On this app, many of the younger generations have shared their opinions and concerns for the environment on a platform which can reach millions of people. The rapid-fire quality of this content allows many messages to get to many people in only a few minutes. By bringing environmental issues to the media, this leads to the exploration of these scientific topics in more focused works of documentary or film and also encourages public figures to engage in activism. This then allows a greater audience to become educated on these issues, leading to more support and activism and potential for improvements in these issues.
Thanks!
Kelly
Source:
Elamroussi, A. (31 July 2021). The two largest wildfires in the US have burned land nearly the size of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago combined. CNN. Retrieved 22 November 2021 from https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/31/weather/us-western-wildfires-saturday/index.html

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occu

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occurred in the last six months. The event should come from a well-known news source, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, PBS, BBC, National Geographic, The New York Times, and so on. Post a link to the news story, and in your initial post, identify the following:
Summarize your news story and its contributions to the science or STEM fields.
If your news event is overtly related to popular culture, how does this event contribute to popular culture studies? If your news event does not directly relate to popular culture, how could the science behind your event be applied to popular culture artifacts?

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occu

for this module’s discussion, research a recent science news event that has occurred in the last six months. The event should come from a well-known news source, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, PBS, BBC, National Geographic, The New York Times, and so on. Post a link to the news story, and in your initial post, identify the following:
Summarize your news story and its contributions to the science or STEM fields.
If your news event is overtly related to popular culture, how does this event contribute to popular culture studies? If your news event does not directly relate to popular culture, how could the science behind your event be applied to popular culture artifacts?

In the Module Three overview, you read how the history lens and popular culture

In the Module Three overview, you read how the history lens and popular culture collaborate to tell a culture’s narrative. Sometimes, popular culture
tells its own historical narrative, creating a meta-text for that event or artifact. Hollywood especially loves to tell these kinds of historical stories. For this activity,
you will choose one of the segments from the How Hollywood Does It series and look at how Hollywood tells its own history of film. Choose one of the films to watch and review for this assignment. Links to the films can be found in the reading and resources section of module three. Other historical documentaries about film may be used only with instructor approval. For this assignment, you will watch one film through the history lens and will have the opportunity to
practice the communication and technical skills needed for Final Project Part Two. You will create a short PowerPoint presentation with an oral narration using
the PowerPoint narration tool. This will also allow you and your instructor to check that your technology works for this assignment, and to troubleshoot any
potential difficulties before the Final Project Part Two due. This activity must be submitted in PPTX format for your professor to give you feedback on whether
your technical components are correct.
Prompt: In your PowerPoint slides, use the PowerPoint narration tool to verbally record your answer to the following questions:
 What are the challenges Hollywood faced in your chosen segment? What are the benefits of their solutions?
 How does critically analyzing Hollywood and popular culture add value to interactions with people in personal and professional contexts and/or in
understanding society and culture as a whole?
Throughout your short PowerPoint presentation, make sure you use effective multimedia and communication skills:
 Construct your presentation in a way that ensures the audio and visual elements are logically organized in order to convey your message to your
audience.
 Provide supporting evidence in your presentation that supports the importance of an issue or event in the film and its impact within popular culture.
 Develop the audio narration to logically flow with the presentation to articulate the importance of critically analyzing an issue or event in the film and its
impact within popular culture.
Links for films. Choose one.
https://fod-infobase-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=93760
https://fod-infobase-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=93752
https://fod-infobase-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=93753
https://fod-infobase-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=93756
Your presentation should be 2 to 4 slides and should be between 2 to 4 minutes in length. You are required to include a combination
of text, visuals, and audio narration in order to support your work. Speaker notes are not required. Be sure to cite your sources, including the film you discuss, on a separate slide in APA format. If you require alternative accommodations for completing this assignment, reach out to your instructor directly for more
information.