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HUM 105 Entire Course (2 Sets)

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HUM 105 Week 1 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 HUM 105 Week 1 Individual Assignment Foundations of Mythology (2 Papers) HUM 105 Week 2 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 HUM 105 Week 2 Individual Assignment Cosmic Creation Myths Across Cultures (2 Papers) HUM 105 Week 3 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 HUM 105 Week 3 Individual Assignment Divine Roles Across Cultures Matrix (2 Papers) HUM 105 Week 4 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 HUM 105 Week 4 Individual Assignment Contemporary Hero’s Quest Presentation (2 PPT) HUM 105 Week 5 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3 HUM 105 Week 5 Team Assignment Team Project Sacred Destination (2 PPT)


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HUM 105 Week 1 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com HUM 105 Week 5 DQs What is the worth of an object, such as a nation’s flag or its national symbol? What does it symbolize, or what likely significance is attached to such physical objects? In short, how are such items mythic?

Have you journeyed to any sites that would qualify as sacred places? If so, what was the experience like and how did these places vary from common, secular places?

Do any modern-day myths influence your own worldview or that of other people? Do any myths from the past continue to exert influence on your personal worldview? What about the worldview of a particular group of people? ==============================================


HUM 105 Week 1 Individual Assignment Foundations of Mythology (2 Papers)

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you answer the following questions: How is the word myth used popularly? For example, what does the statement, "It's a myth" mean? In contrast, how is the word myth used in the academic context? After considering the definition in your textbooks and course materials, write a definition in your own words. What are the most common mythological themes across different cultures? Why do myths from different cultures around the world address such similar or universal themes? Think about how myths explain the unknown and the tribulations of mankind. What is the relationship between belief, knowledge, mythology, and religion? Where do mythology and religion intersect? Where do they diverge? Think about the function of myth and religion in helping human beings cope with change, suffering, loss, and death.


Do you think mythology is still relevant in contemporary culture? How do people resort to modern myths to deal with the unknown and hardships in life? Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.

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HUM 105 Week 2 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com How do the goddesses described in the myths studied resemble human women? How do they differ? Myths of the female divine focus on goddesses. Many of the goddesses are mothers, and many give birth to other gods. How do these myths of birth relate to the creation myths you studied in Week One? Many of the goddesses are mothers, and many give birth to other gods. How do these myths of birth relate to the creation myths you studied in Week One?


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HUM 105 Week 2 Individual Assignment Cosmic Creation Myths Across Cultures (2 Papers)

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Select at least two creation myths from two different cultures. For ideas, refer to this week's readings and the myths section of the Big Myths website for animated presentations of many creation myths. Write a 700- to 1,400-word paper about the selected creation myths that answers the following questions: Which world or worlds, such as sky, earth, and underworld, are represented in the myths you chose? What are the elements of these worlds? Describe the creators. Are the creators male or female, and of what significance is gender? Describe what they created, including the steps or cycles of creation. Also, include descriptions of any destroyers or destruction if applicable.


Include the role of cosmic occurrences or natural phenomena, such as celestial bodies, floods, rain, wind, and fire. Compare the creators, creations, the steps or cycle of creation, and the cosmic elements of the two myths. What are the similarities and differences? Why do you think cosmic or creation myths are important to a culture? What value do they bring, if any? Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.

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HUM 105 Week 3 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com HUM 105 Week 3 DQs Myths of the male divine focus on gods. Many of the gods are fathers, and many father other gods.


How do these myths of paternity relate to the creation myths you studied in Week One?

How do myths of masculine divine determine how cultures concoct the ideal for men?

Can a culture justify its social structures through the perpetuation of myth? Can you identify such a culture

How do the gods portrayed in the myths considered resemble men? How do they vary? ==============================================

HUM 105 Week 3 Individual Assignment Divine Roles Across Cultures Matrix (2 Papers)

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com This Tutorial contains 2 Different Papers Complete the University Material: Divine Roles Across Cultures.


Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.

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HUM 105 Week 4 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com HUM 105 Week 4 DQs Are tricksters role models for human action? If so, how so? And if not, what function do these myths have?

How do deceiver anatomies associate to heroes? Do deceivers assist, endanger, or challenge heroes?

What characteristics do 20th or 21st century heroes share? What characteristics do they share with their mythical predecessors? ==============================================


HUM 105 Week 4 Individual Assignment Contemporary Hero’s Quest Presentation (2 PPT)

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com This Tutorial contains 2 Different PPT Create a 10- to 16-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes about a contemporary hero or heroine's quest. Refer to the University of Phoenix Material: Help With Microsoft® PowerPoint® Assignments for additional help. Pick a contemporary story in the form of a novel, movie, or video game that is inspired by a mythological epic or journey of a hero's quest. Briefly describe the plight of the main character--the feat(s) he or she must execute for the benefit of society in the face of challenges. Identify the villain and describe his or her characteristics and role in the hero's quest. Identify other archetypes within the story. Briefly describe these roles in the hero's quest. Identify in detail each of the steps the hero takes in the quest: initiation, separation, transformation, and return. Research the mythological and cultural origins of the story. Explain parallels between the myth(s) and the contemporary story it inspired.


Analyze any mythological symbolism, metaphors, and attributes pertinent to the story. What real life elements might these items represent? Explain the conflicts between personal desires and community responsibility represented in the myth and the contemporary story. Relate these to the conflicts and choices with which ordinary humans struggle. Explain why these human conflicts retain relevance through the ages. Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.

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HUM 105 Week 5 DQ 1, DQ 2 and DQ 3

For more course tutorials visit www.hum105.com HUM 105 Week 5 DQs What is the worth of an object, such as a nation’s flag or its national symbol? What does it symbolize, or what likely significance is attached to such physical objects? In short, how are such items mythic?


Have you journeyed to any sites that would qualify as sacred places? If so, what was the experience like and how did these places vary from common, secular places? Do any modern-day myths influence your own worldview or that of other people? Do any myths from the past continue to exert influence on your personal worldview? What about the worldview of a particular group of people?

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HUM 105 Week 5 Team Assignment Team Project Sacred Destination (2 PPT)

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As a Team, prepare a presentation about a vacation or a retreat to a sacred place in mythology, for example, the Oracle at Delphi or the Mahabodhi Temple. This place may or may not currently exist.


Create a 10- to 14-slide MicrosoftÂŽ PowerPointÂŽ presentation with detailed speaker notes. The use of images is encouraged. Include the following: The mythological origins, history, and functions of the place Any sacred objects and attributes associated with the deities and mythological origins of this place, for example, Apollo's snake and lyre or Buddha's bodhi tree -- Discuss the symbolism of these objects as used by contemporary people and cultures. A comparison of this place to those that serve similar functions in other cultures, for example, mountain tops, temples, burial sites or memorials, and so on The relevance of this place and these objects in contemporary culture -What significance do these places or things hold in the minds and emotions of the people? How do these places or things connect to mythological stories from that culture? What is the role of place and the associated objects? The most important facts to know about the surrounding culture, and etiquette and dress to follow when visiting to this place -- With what knowledge and experiences would you hope to return home? Format your images, citations, and references consistent with APA guidelines.

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