Life in Japan
Paragraph one: Foreign Invaders
Paragraph two: The military
Paragraph three: Deforestation
Diamond, Jared M. Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. New York: Viking, 2005. Print.
Mason, Penelope. "Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History." Shoguns and Art. History of Japanese Art, 2004. Web. 02 Mar. 2014.
This Information and beautiful artwork and paintings on the Tokugawa Shogunate had good information and great pictures to help me visualize the time period. This Website and source can ace the CRAP test by C for Currency and the the article came out in sometime 2004. R for reliability and the website comes from the MET museum which is a very reliable source. A for Authority and the Article was written by Penelope Mason and the pictures came from Japan. Lastly for Purpose/point of view, my point of view on this article was great because the information was very good and informational and then they had pictures and artifacts because it was a museum. The pictures and artifacts helped me look into the time period in japan and really see the struggles, there weaknesses and the strengths. Overall this source does pass the CRAP test and was a very helpful/informative article and artifact pictures.
Staff, History.com. "Tokugawa Period and Meiji Restoration." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2009. Web. 02 Mar. 2014.
This article/video is a reliable source and I can prove it by the CRAP test. C is for Currency, this article was published sometime in 2009, and that is not that old of an article. R for Reliability, this article/video is from History.com which is always a very reliable source with great information and is accepted by the school. A for Authority and the author of the article is the history.com staff which means it is a reliable author. And lastly P for purpose/point of view, this article was exceptionally good, with information that I did not find on any other websites that I looked at. This article had basic information and also very interesting information that no other website told me. This article defiantly passed the CRAP test!
University, Columbia. "1450-1750: Japan: The Tokugawa | Central Themes and Key Points | Asia for Educators | Columbia University." 1450-1750: Japan: The Tokugawa | Central Themes and Key Points | Asia for Educators | Columbia University. Asia for Educators, 2009. Web. 02 Mar. 2014.
This Article on Tokugawa Shogunate from Columbia university was a ver informative and detailed article. This articles provided times periods in the Tokugawa Shogunate, and also provided information that could really tell me about the Tokugawa Shogunate. The article passed the CRAP test defiantly, C is for Currency and the article came out in 2009, which is not that long ago. R for reliability, the website is an EDU from columbia and our school told us that the edu sites were aloud so the site is reliable. A is for Authority and the site is an EDU so it is ok and the authors are from columbia university. And lastly P for purpose or point of view, I think this article had very good information to see what the time period was like and all basic information you need to no about the time period in Japan. Overall this source does follow and prove then CRAP test, with good information and good sources.