This job offers help within these areas:
1. Introduction of the religion
2. Name, location and review of the site.
3. Interview summary
4. Comparing and contrasting with another religion
Hello. Here is the advice which you need to start this project.
I have attached a pdf document, which is a public lecture I gave recently on Islam. It answers many of your questions and provides you with a good deal of information relating to your topic. It is in an easy-to-read format as it was delivered as a lecture and not as a written document.
I need an outline, and some starter tips for an informative 2000-2500 word paper about Islam religion.
See below. Incidentally, never call it the "Islam religion". Call it the Muslim religion, or the Islamic religion.
In addition to the paper a list of interview questions and answers I would ask someone during my visit to a mosque and from the answers in the interview write how it compares to Christianity.
Here are the sorts of questions that would be appropriate to ask of a Muslim who is a responsible person in a mosque. He would probably be known as an imam.
What are the beliefs that all Muslims hold, no matter which ...
Ideas for an exploration of Islam are generated.
The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy
This paper will be a revised and expanded version of the first research paper. Based on your feed back, you will first revise the first paper. Then you will add three-to-four (3) new pages that address the following:
Summarize events between the U.S. and at least one (1) of the countries you wrote about in the first paper since the end of the Cold War.
Identify and describe the current relationship between the U.S. and one (1) of the countries you wrote about in the first paper.
Select a country you did not write about in the first paper, and describe the current U.S. diplomatic approach to the country.
Contrast and compare the two (2) relationships.
Using the two (2) countries as examples, summarize how the U.S. has changed the ways it relates to other countries in the past 20 years.
Cite at least four (4) reputable sources in addition to the textbook, not including Wikipedia, encyclopedias, or dictionaries.