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I need a student reply post. in the attachment there are 6 student .each with their main discussion post. you job is to read each student post and also create a reply on each student. and when doing so make sure you write each student name as you creating their replies on their discussion.

• Kathryn Drake posted Nov 22, 2018 5:16 PM I selected the Wars of Religion. The cause of the Religious Wars was obviously religious freedom, but more specifically the freedom to practice the religion of one’s choice rather than be forced to conform to the religion of the ruler. Germany, France and the Netherlands each had their own unique aspects to the solution of the wars. France’s war lasted longer than the others and contained a period of “warfare and massacre” (Frassetto). Henry of Navarre disapproved of Catholicism and essentially declared war against it that ended up being something that could not be controlled. The war eventually ended when Henry won the throne and accepted Catholicism. (Frassetto) I think that a modern social conflict that has similar characteristics to the Wars of Religion would be the increasing awareness of the LGBT community. In a way, people that are a part of this community have been expected to hide differences in their preferences in order to fit in with the “majority”. This has caused small and large scale problems that are still being fought. People feel that rights that they should have are being violated, but progress is being made as it becomes more socially acceptable to be a member of this community. • Reyna Vigil posted Nov 22, 2018 7:38 PM The Thirsty Years' War was fought over both religious and political issues. At the beginning, the war was a religious conflict between the Protestant Princes and the House of Hapsburg. At the end, it turned into a European war due to intervention of Foreign Powers between Sweden and France most notably. A reformation directly related the The Thirty Years' War was the Peace of Augsburg in 1555 which was supposed to ease tension. One war I found that has been going on since 1998 is the Communal Conflicts of Nigeria. Hundreds of people are dead and thousands are misplaced and left with nothing. Both are religious wars but the Communal Conflicts of Nigeria are far more violent than the Thirty Years' War. • Angela Walter posted Nov 19, 2018 1:13 PM Between 1562 and 1598, back to back civil wars and outbreaks of violence plagued the people among the deepening divide between the traditional Catholics and growing Protestants. The growing number of Protestants sought tolerance for religious freedom among the Catholics, but the game of politics and stubbornness of powerful rulers and families made this hard to do. Because of this, many conflicts broke out and tensions rose. In 1598, after many years of conflict, the Edict of Nantes guaranteed freedom of worship to the French Calvanists. Today, we see a similar tension and pattern of conflict in the Muslim world of worship. The two major sides to this religion—Sunni and Shiite—have been up in arms against one another since the 1970s. This has created major conflict and political turmoil and unrest in the Middle East. It’s hard to tell where these conflicts may be headed. The political play from the United States and Russia in the overall conflict through the past few decades has further deepened and complicated the problem. It’s hard to say what the future holds, and if the two divided Muslim parties will ever find peace like the Protestants and Catholics did. Tiffany Fuentes posted Nov 25, 2018 10:00 AM When I was growing up, I knew what the problem of STD's were and would only hear it a few times on how to prevent STD's. In school, I did not learn much of sex education. In health, we learned more about puberty and would watch the live birth video but I really do not remember much of them teaching us about STD's and safe sex. Now, I can not speak for other schools but as for my school and people that I know, preventing STD's was not a huge discussion on our syllabus. This is something that I think can be done differently to control the spread of STD's. Generally, in high school is when young Americans start to experiment and in many schools a health class is a required elective. So I think that bringing up safe sex and how to prevent STD's should be a huge part of the class because at the age, we are curious and may not have the full education, despite what we hear from our parents and the "talk." Instead of talking a lot about puberty and watching live birthing videos, why not discuss more about the use of condoms and the dangers of unsafe sex. There is a lot more to safe sex that young Americans can learn about, like the spread of STD's, the cause of them, the symptoms, etc, that way these teens have the best of knowledge of how common this is and how it can be prevents among each other. Education is a key to help slowing down the rate but it will not stop it completely, of course but I think that this is a big part that can be done. Courtney Weinmann posted Nov 23, 2018 3:33 PM STDs have continued to increase over the last couple of years. Syphilis cases doubled while chlamydia remains at record highs (CDC, 2018). There has been some things that have been done to try and control the spread of STDs. For example, some colleges have started handing out free condoms to help encourage people to practice safe sex. However, I don’t think the problem is only affecting college campuses. I think the condoms should be more easily accessible, as well as they need to be cheaper. With these changes, hopefully it would be easier for everyone to practice safe sex and reduce the spread of STDs. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). (2018, October 05). Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/std/default.htm NCHHSTP Newsroom. (2018, August 28). Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/nchhstp/newsroom/2018/2018-std-prevention-conference.html • Kelly Robles posted Nov 21, 2018 12:04 PM The CDC has a huge responsibility trying to keep track of all of the data. It shows that the reported numbers have been on the rise, however how many individuals are not going to the doctor? The CDC can only help the people who they know about and as long as there are people out there that continue to be promiscuous , there is not much that they can do about it. The local health departments try to help with the spread of STD's as well, however there is a lot of embarrassment and shame when it comes to discussing this topic. I believe that a lot more education is needed. Parents need to teach their children as well. Sex is not an intimate act that is shared between individuals, it's casual and a lot of the time the individuals don't know the other persons' background. People need to be aware of what they are getting themselves into before they have sex with strangers. If a person is promiscuous they should be getting tested regularly to protect themselves and others.

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Kathryn Drake posted Nov 22, 2018 5:16 PM

I selected the Wars of Religion. The cause of the Religious Wars was obviously religious
freedom, but more specifically the freedom to practice the religion of one’s choice rather
than be forced to conform to the religion of the ruler. Germany, France and the
Netherlands each had their own unique aspects to the solution of the wars. France’s war
lasted longer than the others and contained a period of “warfare and massacre”
(Frassetto). Henry of Navarre disapproved of Catholicism and essentially declared war
against it that ended up being something that could not be controlled. The war eventually
ended when Henry won the throne and accepted Catholicism. (Frassetto)

I think that a modern social conflict that has similar characteristics to the Wars of
Religion would be the increasing awareness of the LGBT community. In a way, people
that are a part of this community have been expected to hide differences in their
preferences in order to fit in with the “majority”. This has caused small and large scale
problems that are still being fought. People feel that rights that they should have are being
violated, but progress is being made as it becomes more socially acceptable to be a
member of this community.

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Hello Kathryn Drake
Kathryn I really like your choice about the War of Religion. It is true that
religious freedom was the cause of the Religious War. The freedom to religion practice
was the specifically the real cause of the war. Your argument that France, Germany, and
Netherland had their exceptional means to solve the war is profound and true.
Nevertheless, Henry of Navarre condemned of Catholicism and basically declared war
against it that culminated into something that got out of control. Kathryn I agree with
your view that modern social conflict holds similar aspects to the War of the Religion.


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