Project #43939 - social economics europe

I said VERY specifically to use all of the sources I have gathered and posted on the web site. They include the reader and the text, which I see you referenced but I see nothing directly used from either (no quotes, no reference to specific documents or excerpts from the reader).

I also said very clearly that I want you to look at the social effects of the war, and I want you to do that by talking about the poetry, the art, the novels, everything I have assigned as reading/viewing material. I see none of that in your post - not a single reference except one short sentence at the end. 

Here are my instructions, again, with the key points in bold to show you what I mean:

"This week’s topic is World War One – an immense topic that we could spend an entire course on. Instead of doing that, we are looking at the social effects of the war on ordinary people – in this case, the soldiers who took part in it and then recorded their thoughts and experiences in written and visual forms. After you have read all of the basic texts for the week (textbook, reader, PDF presentation, etc.), have a look at the sections on the British war poets from the documentary film War Poets and check out the online exhibit on war art.

Discuss: What was the effect of war on European society? 

To think about: Who was affected by the war, either directly or indirectly? What is the home front? How did it differ from the front lines of battle for soldiers? What were the experiences of normal members of the population versus those on the front lines? What about those supporting the war effort in different ways? How did their experiences differ? How did the experience of WW1 shape or change people’s attitude towards war? How did artists, poets and the creative classesrepresent the experience of war in various forms? Did their representations differ from the official line? If so, how and why? Which was more or less accurate? Answer the question by referring to your text and the reader, as well as the online sources on poets and artworks from World War One artists. 

Text: Asa Briggs & Patricia Clavin, Modern Europe, 1789-present Reader: Michael S. Melancon & John C. Swanson, Modern Europe: Sources and Perspectives from History also links that need to be used http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/trail/wars_conflict/art/art_frontline_gal.shtml https://theworldwar.org/explore/exhibitions/online-exhibitions/war-art

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