Gandhi’s nonviolence approach for independence — Revisions NEEDED and Sources


Below is a rough draft for this assignment but it needs to be revised to fit the assignment requirements.

Document Analysis and Historical Connections should receive the most attention!

Some sources are listed in footnotes but not all sources are credible. 3 credible sources should be implemented.

Assignment Requirements

  • Thematic Title – The title should refer to the historical person or theme and not be simply titled “Document Analysis.” Examples: Spanish Perceptions of Native Culture in the 1500s or Christopher Columbus and the Encounter with the New World.
  • Introduction to Topic (1-2 paragraphs) – The introductory paragraph provides the basic historical context about the person and the event or events of historical importance that person participated in. It also introduces the document to the reader, including author, nature of the document, and year of creation. Finally, the introduction should close with a thesis statement that makes an argument about the content of the document in relation to the broader historical context (i.e., a historical analysis of the document).
  • Document Analysis and Historical Connections (2 pages) – The remainder of the paper must follow the thesis made in the introduction and analyze the document in relation to the historical context of the time it was written, considering issues such as the purpose and message of the document and what the document tells us about the people, society, and time in which the document was produced. How does the document illuminate our understanding of the past and demonstrate the motivations, beliefs, and practices of people in the past? This section will use and cite specific historical detail from the textbook and from the document itself as evidence to support the thesis. The analysis should not be a simple summary of the document itself; instead, you need to formulate an analysis of the relevance of the document (or the author or subject of the document) to the period of history it reflects. You must also include information from one of the sources in your supplemental bibliography.
  • Supplemental Bibliography (4-6 sources) – The primary document analysis will be followed by a supplemental bibliography of the 4-6 sources that best reflect the research and writing that historians have done that examine and analyze the topic of your paper.

Essay Format

  • Name, upper left hand corner
  • Page numbers, upper right hand corner
  • Descriptive, thematic title, centered before introduction.
  • Body, double-spaced, 12-point font, 1 inch margins, 3 pages
  • Please proofread your final paper for grammatical and spelling errors. Avoid the use of the first person (“I”).
  • Use quotation marks and brief footnotes (see footnotes guide) throughout.
  • Please Note: Cases of plagiarism will receive a zero on the assignment and no opportunity to rewrite. Use Turn-it-In as a resource to check your citations.

Supplemental Bibliography Format

  • Centered heading titled “Supplemental Bibliography” at the top of a new page (of the same document. Do not upload two documents.).
  • Alphabetical order by author’s last name.
  • Single space entries, with a space between each entry.
  • Use Chicago (CMOS) bibliographic citation format. See the Purdue Owl Guide (Links to an external site.) for details.
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