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Describe the methods by which suspects hide, encrypt, or password protect incriminating evidence.

Topic 1: Email Investigations and Relevant Laws
There are specific laws in the United States that are applicable to email investigations. As a forensic expert, it is critical that you are aware of the relevant laws as failure to adhering to the laws can render evidence inadmissible. Discuss two laws in the United States that are relevant to email investigations.
Cite sources in APA style.
Topic 2: Uncovering Hidden Evidence
Describe the methods by which suspects hide, encrypt, or password protect incriminating evidence. What procedures are used by the suspect to hide files on the suspect drive, or formatted media? How does the computer forensics investigator examine hidden, password protected, or encrypted files with forensics tools?
Cite sources in APA style.

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What factors account for the differences in the cuisines of these two areas, broadly.

Please write 350-500 words, on the following:
Topic: Describe the differences between the cuisines of northern and southern United States. What factors account for the differences in the cuisines of these two areas, broadly. Your answer should include a discussion the history and geography of these regions, as well as discussion of influential individuals.

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How did American democracy change from the 20th Century to the 21st Century, how did Globalization bring forth that change?

Prompt: How did American democracy change from the 20th Century to the 21st Century, how did Globalization bring forth that change?

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Do the different cultural influences found within American foodways create a “melting pot” cuisine?

How do you define “American” cuisine? Does “American cuisine” exist? Do the different cultural influences found within American foodways create a “melting pot” cuisine? What are the most important factors that influenced American foodways before the internet. Explain your thinking in 250-300 words.

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Identify something that made you go “wow” in this module – what surprised or impressed or shocked you?

M3 Discussion 9: Reflection
Overview
The purpose of this discussion is to reflect on and share the things you have learned in this module.
World War I and the Philadelphia Race Riot
The Flapper

Instructions
Identify something that made you go “wow” in this module – what surprised or impressed or shocked you?
Describe why this thing stood out to you.  Use quotes from your readings and research to support your observations. Make sure to use your primary sources!
Include an illustration from the period, and make sure you caption the illustration.
Share two or three new words you’ve learned from this module and the definitions.
Your Wow statement should be at least 100-150 words, not including the citations.
By Sunday, respond to the Wows of at least two other students with at least a couple of sentences.
Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide for help with the correct citation style for your quotes.

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How would your character describe the flapper lifestyle?

M3 Discussion 8: The Flapper
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Overview
The purpose of this discussion is to understand the differing points of view regarding the flapper lifestyle during the Roaring Twenties.
Instructions
For this discussion,  review your readings for Unit 8 and read the following instructions carefully. Feel free to do research outside the course if you’d like other points of view.
Then form groups that represent:
Ellen Welles Page
A Harlem Renaissance artist
A female member of the KKK
All have their own opinions regarding the flapper lifestyle.  Each group will answer the following questions:
How would your character describe the flapper lifestyle?
Do their opinions represent that they advocate for progressive change or the preservation of traditional American values?
To form groups, students with last names beginning with A-F will take the role of the flapper. Students with last names beginning with G-L will take the role of her parents. Students with last names beginning with M-S will take the role of the male jazz artist.  Students with the last names beginning with T-Z will take the role of the young male farmer.
Be sure to put yourself in the shoes of the person you are speaking for — try to imagine how that person felt, what their ideals were, what they thought was good or right or appropriate at the time, even if you personally do not feel that way. Remember, history is not about you; it is about what people knew and felt and believed in the past, based on different knowledge than you and other modern people have about what happened later.
Before you complete your discussion, make sure you refer to the course rubric for the expectations for this assignment.  Participating in the course discussions is an important part of your final grade. In your discussions, you cannot simply reply to someone’s posting with “ditto” or “I agree with you.”   You must answer the question(s) asked in a minimum of two paragraphs and a maximum of three paragraphs. Your responses should also quote and cite the material you have read in the class so far; you may also do outside research. Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide for help with the correct citation style for your quotes, and refer to your Introduction to Critical Thinking and the How to Read History Sources modules for a review of how to view primary sources).

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What impact would the transformation of Tom Torlino and others like him who attended the Carlisle Boarding School have on the following groups? 

M1 Discussion 2: Indian Assimilation
Overview
The purpose of this discussion is to help you imagine how it felt to be an Indian forced to undergo assimilation at a boarding school far from home and try to understand also the point of view of other people at the time.
Instructions
For this discussion, review your readings for Unit 2.  Afterwards, you will analyze the photo of Tom Torlino embedded here. You might also look at Tom Torlino’s school record at the Carlisle Indian School site. Feel free to do research outside the course if you’d like other points of view.
What impact would the transformation of Tom Torlino and others like him who attended the Carlisle Boarding School have on the following groups?  ex: a Navajo child sent to a boarding school, white male Christian missionary and an African American.
Be sure  address how each group might have felt and  what their ideals were during this time.
Tom Torlino, a member of the Navajo Nation, entered the Carlisle Indian School, a Native American boarding school founded by the United States government in 1879, on October 21, 1882 and just before he departed on August 28, 1886. Torlino’s student file contained photographs from 1882 and 1885. Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center.
Before you complete your discussion, make sure you refer to the course rubric for the expectations for this assignment.  Participating in the course discussions is an important part of your final grade. In your discussions, you cannot simply reply to someone’s posting with “ditto” or “I agree with you”.   You must answer the question(s) asked in a minimum of two paragraphs and maximum of three paragraphs. Your responses should also quote and cite the material you have read in the class so far; you may also do outside research. Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide  for help with the correct citation style for your quotes.

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Utilize at least one of the linked sources provided in this assignment to support your discussion.

Completing the Revolution
In some ways, the  Civil War completed the American Revolution. The ideals boldly  proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence, that “all men are created  equal”, were now being somewhat realized. The reality was that at the  end of Reconstruction the United States was still, in fact, an  “unfinished nation,” and that it will be the Civil Rights era and its  accomplishments that completed the revolution.
INSTRUCTIONS
In order to prepare you must complete the following readings:
Review and identify relevant sections of Chapters 29.
Review and identify relevant sections of chapters that have been covered throughout the semester.
Utilize at least one of the linked sources provided in this assignment to support your discussion.
Identify and incorporate at least one additional outside source  to support your discussion. In addition to the textbook, you may use  any material outside of the textbook that is recommended in the  Additional Reading section at the end of each chapter. You are also  encouraged to do your own research and identify relevant sources. Please  keep in mind that WIKIPEDIA is not an acceptable reference.
Additional Sources:
Review the PBS Program: The Civil Rights Era link. http://www.pbs.org/black-culture/explore/civil-rights-movement/
Review the PBS Program: Eyes On The Prize (Part 1): Awakenings 1954-1956 America’s Civil Rights Movement.

Review the PBS Program: The History of the Women’s Rights Movement.

Review the Digital History Site: Native American Voices-Relevant Parts 5 and 6 links.
http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/voices/voices_content.cfm?vid=4
Latino in America-CNN: CNN’s Soledad O’Brien explores how Latinos are reshaping our communities and culture

Latino Americans: PBS Documentary
http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/
CNN special on Historic court rulings on Gay Rights Ruling
https://www.cnn.com/2013/06/27/us/gay-rights-whats-next
Discuss in what ways  the United States was an “unfinished nation,” and how the  accomplishments of the Civil Rights era completed the process. In your  opinion, is the United States currently a “finished nation” or is there  still “unfinished business” that needs to be addressed?

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What ethical or moral values does the poster use to communicate its message?

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Overview
The purpose of this discussion is to analyze and evaluate World War II recruitment posters.
Instructions
For this discussion, review your readings for Unit 10 (pdf American Yawp: World War II Chapter 24) and study the images carefully. Feel free to do research outside the course if you’d like other points of view.
Choose ONE of the images. Prepare a discussion where you explain, based on your readings, the answers to each of the following questions:
Who is the audience, the target market, for the image?
What ethical or moral values does the poster use to communicate its message? Are there relevant values that are not considered in the message?
What is the poster’s purpose? What is the message that this poster communicates?
Why is it important for this message to be delivered to this audience at this moment in time?
How does the document communicate its message? Think about its use of language, color, space, and symbols.
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty–Dorie Miller received the Navy Cross at Pearl Harbor, May 27, 1942, [Public Domain via Wikimedia]
This pair of U.S. military recruiting posters demonstrates the way that two branches of the military—the Marines and the Women’s Army Corps—borrowed techniques from professional advertisers to “sell” a romantic vision of war to Americans. One shows Marines at war in a lush jungle, reminding viewers that the war was taking place in exotic lands; the other depicted women taking on new jobs as a patriotic duty.
Bradshaw Crandall, Are You a Girl with a Star-Spangled Heart? Recruiting Publicity Bureau, U.S. Women’s Army Corps Recruiting Poster (1943); Unknown, Let’s Go Get ‘Em. Beck Engraving Co. (1942). Library of Congress. [Public domain via American Yawp]
Before you complete your discussion, make sure you refer to the course rubric for the expectations for this assignment.  Participating in the course discussions is an important part of your final grade. In your discussions, you cannot simply reply to someone’s posting with “ditto” or “I agree with you”.   You must answer the question(s) asked in a minimum of two paragraphs and a maximum of three paragraphs. Your responses should also quote and cite the material you have read in the class so far; you may also do outside research.  Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide for help with the correct citation style for your quotes.
Then, respond to at least TWO classmates’ postings referring to at least one element of critical thinking.  Your response to your classmates should be a minimum of two sentences, and a maximum of four sentences (refer to your Introduction to Critical Thinking and to the How to Read History Sources modules for a review of how to read primary sources).
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Why are you interested in living in this neighborhood?

M4 Discussion 11: Crisis in Levittown, PA
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Overview
The purpose of this discussion is to analyze and evaluate how American race relations shaped the growth of pot war suburbia.
Instructions:
For this discussion, review your readings and sources for unit 11 and read the following scenario.
Scenario: In the years after World War II, subdivisions like Levittown sprouted up throughout America. Watch the video and review your readings to prepare your response.  Your team will take one of the following roles:
African American seeking to move to a segregated suburb like Levittown
White American opposed to desegregating the neighborhood.
Answer the following questions.  Be sure to bring in evidence you have found about race relations in America between 1954 and 1957 :
Why are you interested in living in this neighborhood?
What are your concerns about desegregation?
Both teams: Write a summary where you answer the following:
What does the controversy about Levittown and similar suburbs say about America’s rhetoric about being superior to communism during the Cold War?
What similarities exist between the northern citizens in a suburb like Levittown and their southern neighbors?
What are the implications of having women voicing their opinions?
Before you complete your discussion, make sure you refer to the course rubric for the expectations for this assignment.
To form groups, students with last names beginning with A-L will take the role of an African American wishing to move to a segregated suburb. All other students will take the role of a white resident of the suburb. Be sure to put yourself in the shoes of the person you are speaking for — try to imagine how that person felt, what their ideals were, what they thought was good or right or appropriate at the time, even if you personally do not feel that way.
Participating in the course discussions is an important part of your final grade. In your discussions, you cannot simply reply to someone’s posting with “ditto” or “I agree with you”.  You must answer the question(s) asked in a minimum of two paragraphs and a maximum of three paragraphs. Your responses should also quote and cite the material you have read in the class so far; you may also do outside research. Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide for help with the correct citation style for your quotes.
Then, respond to at least TWO classmates’ postings referring to at least one element of critical thinking. Your response to your classmates should be a minimum of two sentences, and a maximum of four sentences (refer to your Introduction to Critical Thinking and to the How to Read History Sources modules for a review of how to read primary sources)
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