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Throughout this course, you have examined the dramatic trends and changes that have characterized world civilizations from 1500 to the present. Some of the important themes covered are the origins and proliferation of global interconnections, the emergence of nationalism and development of nation-states, the birth of democracy, the spread of new ideas and new technologies, the outbreak of world wars, and the maintenance of democratic peace. Now you will focus on these critically important aspects: the development of global connections, the formation of modern nations and states, and the broader historical significance.
The development of global connections, the idea of a nation and the emergence of states to which people feel and display a shared national identity are defining characteristics of our modern era. They have had dramatic ramifications for the political, economic, and social systems around the world in recent centuries. It may be surprising to learn that nation-states and nationalism are relatively young phenomena, whose emergence is traced and analyzed throughout this course.
You will explore and analyze the development globalization and its impact on different regions and states between 1500 and the present. Globalization rapidly expanded during this period due to a complex array of factors. In order to best capture this, you will analyze social, philosophical, economic, political, and external forces that influenced increasing global connections and how these connections impacted local regions and international relationships. By undertaking this analysis, you will bring together the most important topics discussed in this course and develop a clearer understanding of the ways the past continues to influence the present and future.
For the final project, you will explore the development of globalization through a careful analysis of social, philosophical, economic, political, and external forces, noting how exploration, trade, and empire-building both positively and negatively impacted various global regions. You will write a thesis-driven essay to complete the following statement: Globalization affected the development of modern states from 1500 to the present because… You will research the development of states from at least two different regions of the world (Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas) during the period from 1500 to the present and use primary and secondary sources to support your claims.
The project is divided into three milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Two, Three, and Five. The final product will be submitted in Module Seven.
In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:
Articulate the origins and development of globalization from 1500 to the present in terms of exploration, trade, and empire-building
Determine fundamental social, economic, and political forces that impacted the development of globalization from 1500 to the present
Incorporate relevant evidence from primary and secondary sources to logically support historical claims about the development of globalization
from 1500 to the present
Draw basic conclusions about the local and international impact of globalization from 1500 to the present by interpreting historical evidence
Prompt
For the final project, you will write a thesis-driven essay to complete the following statement: Globalization affected the development of modern states from 1500 to the present because… Use specific historical examples from at least two different regions of the world (Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas) to provide evidence of how globalization has influenced the development of at least two modern states from 1500 to the present. In order to support your thesis and fully answer the question, you must provide a detailed analysis of social, philosophical, economic, political, and external forces that relate to your topic. This analysis will include an analysis of how exploration, trade, and empire-building from 1500 to the present affected these forces. You will use primary and secondary sources from the collections listed in the Shapiro Librarys Research Guide for HIS 118 (http://libguides.snhu.edu/worldcivilizations) to support your claims. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Introduction
In this section, you will provide a general overview of what this essay will accomplish. This section includes your thesis statement, which clearly completes the following statement: Globalization affected the development of modern states from 1500 to the present because… and introduces the regions you will use as examples to prove your thesis. This section sets up the argument that you will try to prove in the research and analysis section of the essay through the use of research-based examples, specific details, and careful analysis.
A. Briefly introduce the argument that you will present in your essay, including your thesis statement, which clearly completes the statement posed. (A thesis statement may be one or more sentences in length in order to fully provide your completion of the statement.)
II. Research and Analysis
In this section, you will use both primary and secondary sources to research and analyze how globalization impacted the development of states during the period from 1500 to the present, using specific historical examples from at least two different regions of the world (Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas) to provide evidence of how globalization has influenced the development of at least two modern states from 1500 to the present. This is the body of your essay, and it should be made up of sections that analyze each of the forces listed below. Each section should relate directly back to your thesis statement.
Social and Philosophical Forces
Explain how social forces (e.g., new feelings of nationalism, changes in the social structure and class systems, the changing role of
religion in daily life) contributed to the globalization and the development of modern states.
How did specific Enlightenment philosophies and religions change the way people thought about the role of government and the
interactions with other peoples? What impact did this have on the development of modern states in this era?
Incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support your claims about the ways in which social and philosophical
forces contributed to globalization and the development of states.
Economic Forces
i. Explain the ways economic forces, specifically changes due to increasing global connectedness like trade, exploration, and empire-
building, contributed to the development of states over time.
Were specific goods and commodities important to developing global connections and state structures? If so, how did they impact global economies and the national priorities of states? If not, explain why specific goods and commodities did not play a significant role in global connections and the development of states and provide examples to support your argument.
Incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support your claims about the ways economic forces contributed to globalization and the development of states.
C. Political Forces
Explain specific events (e.g., war, revolutions, empire-building, etc.) that precipitated the formation of modern states and global
interactions, how this happened, and why.
Incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support your claims about the ways political forces contributed to
globalization and the development of states.
Forces of Globalization
Explain the events or trends (e.g., increased exploration and global interactions, inspiration from emerging nations, opposition to
imperial or communist rule) in neighboring areas or other world regions that may have impacted the development of specific states and
global relations.
How may the development of some states in turn have impacted neighboring areas? For example, you might discuss the ways the
development of one state either facilitated or impeded the development of neighboring states through colonialism or trade practices.
Incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support your claims about the ways increasing globalization and
enhanced global connections contributed to the development of state relations.
Historical Perspective
i. Briefly outline (in one to two paragraphs) some of the ways the development of globalization and emergence of modern states set the
stage for modern events and characteristics (e.g., the expansion of democracy, the outbreak of world wars, the growth of international terrorism).
F. Primary and Secondary Sources
Ensure that you have utilized primary sources purposefully and effectively throughout your paper to support your argument and claims.
Ensure that you have utilized secondary sources purposefully and effectively throughout your paper to support your argument and claims.
III. Conclusion
In this section, you will restate your thesis statement and reference the broader significance of your topic.
A. Provide a conclusion for your essay in which you restate your thesis statement and summarize the overall historical significance of globalization and its impact on the emergence of modern states during the period from 1500 to the present.
Milestones
In Module Two, you will begin by developing your thesis statement for your final project. Working with the first half of a thesis statement, you will compose at
Milestone One: Topic Selection and Thesis Statement
least two potential endings in order to develop a focus for your paper. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone One Rubric.
Milestone Two: Introduction and Outline
In Module Three, you will build upon your foundation from Module Two to craft the introduction of your final project and a topic outline. In addition, you will need to support your ideas with at least three reputable resources; these resources need to be presented in a bibliography using Turabian/Chicago format. Each item will help you in the development of your rough draft, which is due in Module Five. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Two Rubric.
Milestone Three: Rough Draft
In Module Five, you will submit a rough draft of your final project. In Module Three, you crafted the introduction and outline for the final project. For this assignment, you will expand on your outline and complete a rough draft. This draft must contain all of the required elements from the final project and should be about the same required length as your final project. Submitting a rough draft at this stage allows you to receive detailed feedback and instructions from your instructor before the final submission. Make sure to incorporate your instructors Milestone Two feedback when writing your rough draft. If you have any questions about your project, make sure to include them with your submission or reach out to your instructor. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric.
Final Submission: Thesis-Driven Essay
In Module Seven, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project Rubric.
Final Project Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your essay should be 6 to 8 pages in length (not including the cover page and reference page) with 12-point Times New Roman font,
double-spacing, and Turabian/Chicago style format. If you choose to use endnotes instead of footnotes, those do not count toward your page total. Your final submission should include at least six reputable sources cited in Turabian/Chicago format.
Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Introduction: Argument
Meets Proficient criteria and thesis statement exceptionally articulates the argument and main points of the essay
Briefly introduces the argument that will be presented in the essay, including a thesis statement that clearly completes the statement provided
Introduces the argument that will be presented in the essay, including a thesis statement, but introduction is too wordy or thesis statement does not clearly complete the statement provided
Does not introduce the argument that will be presented in the essay or provide a thesis statement
5.94
Social and Political Forces: Social Forces
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the effect of social forces on the emergence of modern states
5.94
Social and Political Forces: Philosophies and Religions
Meets Proficient criteria and provides unique insight regarding the way specific philosophies and religions changed the way people thought about the role of government and the concept of a modern state
Analyzes how specific philosophies and religions changed the way people thought about the role of government and interactions with other peoples, including the impact this had on the development of modern states in the era
Analyzes how specific philosophies and religions changed the way people thought about the role of government and interactions with other peoples but analysis is cursory, contains inaccuracies, or does not address the impact this had on the development of nation-states
Does not analyze how specific philosophies and religions changed the way people thought about the role of government and interactions with other peoples
5.94
Social and Political Forces: Support Claims
Meets Proficient criteria and usage of primary and secondary sources is executed purposefully and consistently throughout the section
Incorporates logical and relevant evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which social and philosophical forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
Supports claims about the ways in which social and philosophical forces contributed to globalization and the development of states, but primary and secondary sources are not consistently used throughout the section
Does not incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which social and philosophical forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
3.96
Economic Forces: Economic Forces
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the effect of economic forces on the development of states
Explains the ways in which economic forces contributed to the development of states over time, including changes due to increasing global connectedness
Explains the ways in which economic forces contributed to the development of states over time, but explanation is illogical or contains inaccuracies or does not address changes due to increasing global connectedness
Does not explain the ways in which economic forces contributed to the development of states over time
7.92
Economic Forces: Goods and Commodities
Meets Proficient criteria and provides keen insight into the impact, or lack of, goods and commodities on the development of states
Determines if goods and commodities were important to the development of states and provides rationale
Determines if goods and commodities were important to the development of states but response lacks detail or rationale is not aligned with determination
Does not determine if goods and commodities were important to the development of states
5.94
Explains how social forces contributed to the emergence of modern states
Explains how social forces contributed to the emergence of modern states but explanation is illogical or contains inaccuracies
Does not explain how social forces contributed to the emergence of modern states
Economic Forces: Support Claims
Meets Proficient criteria and usage of primary and secondary sources is executed purposefully and consistently throughout the section
Incorporates logical and relevant evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which economic forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
Supports claims about the ways in which economic forces contributed to globalization and the development of states, but primary and secondary sources are not consistently used throughout the section
Does not incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which economic forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
3.96
Political Forces: Events
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates sophisticated understanding of how and why modern states and global interactions developed
Explains specific events that precipitated the formation of modern states and global interactions, how this happened, and why
Explains specific events that precipitated the formation of modern states and global interactions, how this happened, and why, but explanation is illogical or contains inaccuracies
Does not explain specific events that precipitated the formation of modern states and global interactions, how this happened, or why
7.92
Political Forces: Support Claims
Meets Proficient criteria and usage of primary and secondary sources is executed purposefully and consistently throughout the section
Incorporates logical and relevant evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which political forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
Supports claims about the ways in which political forces contributed to globalization and the development of states, but primary and secondary sources are not consistently used throughout the section
Does not incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which political forces contributed to globalization and the development of states
3.96
Forces of Globalization: Events or Trends in Neighboring Areas
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the impact of neighboring areas or other world regions on the development of specific states and global relations
Explains the events or trends in neighboring areas or other world regions that may have impacted the development of specific states and global relations
Explains the events or trends in neighboring areas or other world regions that may have impacted the development of specific states and global relations, but explanation is illogical or contains inaccuracies
Does not explain the events or trends in neighboring areas or other world regions that may have impacted the development of specific states and global relations
7.92
Forces of Globalization: Neighboring Areas
Meets Proficient criteria and provides unique insight regarding how the development of some states may have in turn impacted neighboring areas
Determines how the development of some states may have in turn impacted neighboring areas
Determines how the development of some states may have in turn impacted neighboring areas, but determination contains inaccuracies
Does not determine how the development of some states may have in turn impacted neighboring areas
7.92
Forces of Globalization: Support Claims
Meets Proficient criteria and usage of primary and secondary sources is executed purposefully and consistently throughout the section
Incorporates logical and relevant evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which increasing globalization contributed to the development of state relations
Supports claims about the ways in which increasing globalization contributed to the development of state relations, but primary and secondary sources are not consistently used throughout the section
Does not incorporate evidence from both primary and secondary sources to support claims about the ways in which increasing globalization contributed to the development of state relations
3.96
Historical Perspective: Stage for Modern Events
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates sophisticated understanding of the broader significance of the development of globalization and emergence of modern states
Outlines some of the ways in which the development of globalization and emergence of modern states set the stage for modern events and characteristics
Outlines some of the ways in which the development of globalization and emergence of modern states set the stage for modern events and characteristics, but outline is too wordy or contains inaccuracies
Does not outline some of the ways in which the development of globalization and emergence of modern states set the stage for modern events and characteristics
7.92
Primary and Secondary Sources: Primary Sources
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates an astute ability to integrate germane citations from primary and secondary sources
Ensures that primary sources were utilized purposefully and effectively throughout the paper to support argument and claims
Primary sources were used throughout the paper in an attempt to support argument and claims, but not all sources were applied or utilized successfully
Did not ensure that all primary sources were utilized purposefully and effectively throughout the paper
3.96
Primary and Secondary Sources: Secondary Sources
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates an astute ability to integrate germane citations from primary and secondary sources
Ensures that secondary sources were utilized purposefully and effectively throughout the paper to support argument and claims
Secondary sources were used throughout the paper in an attempt to support argument and claims, but not all sources were applied or utilized successfully
Did not ensure that all secondary sources were utilized purposefully and effectively throughout the paper
3.96
Conclusion
Meets Proficient criteria and demonstrates nuanced understanding of the overall historical significance of the globalization and its impact on the emergence of modern states
Provides a conclusion that restates the thesis statement and summarizes the overall historical significance of globalization and its impact on the emergence of modern states
Provides a conclusion that restates the thesis statement and summarizes the overall historical significance of globalization and its impact on the emergence of modern states, but conclusion is illogical or contains inaccuracies
Does not provide a conclusion that restates the thesis statement or summarizes the overall historical significance of globalization and its impact on the emergence of modern states
7.92
Articulation of Response
Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format
Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization
Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas
Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas
4.96
Total 100%

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