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Reading Journal for World History


Your journal includes reflections and observations on the reading. This is an opportunity to share your perspective on the topics you find most interesting. You may also want to share your insights on the type of questions historians address and how we attempt to understand societies.

Starting with Chapter 2 you will notice a particular feature called “Sources from the Past”. Please use two or more of these sections each time you turn in your journal. Put the title of the document in bold so I will know which documents you read. For example, you might have read selections from the Epic of Gilgamesh or Hammurabi's Laws. Relate the document to the events in the chapter.

I also encourage you to write about pictures, maps, or other features you find in the reading.


You do not have to write about every chapter. Usually you get the best results if you take on one or two topics each time you turn in the journal. It helps if you label the topics. You may use any style, but please divide your writing into paragraphs.

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Running head: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF UNDERSTANDING SOCIETIES

Historical Perspective of Understanding Societies
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HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF UNDERSTANDING SOCIETIES

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Hammurabi's Laws on Family Relations
This selection has some interesting topics which are significant in reflecting the questions
that history answers as well as the perspective of which we understand human societies. This
section explains how the early people maintained order from the basic social unit of the family,
which has later advanced to complex political units of the modern society. Hammurabi's laws in
Mesopotamia are a reflection of the socio-economic relationships between families in the
Mesopotamian society. The laws stipulated the roles, behavior and expected code of conduct of
the members of a family including husband, wife, and children. It also protects the interests of
each of these members or groups of the family. Hammurabi's laws stipulate and describe the
different aspects of family relations such as marriage and divorce, as well as the challenges
facing family relationships, include adultery and domestic violence. In his laws, Hammurabi
gave the guidelines to these aspects as well as how the family issues would be resolved through a
judicial process.
Human society is understood from various dimensions such as social, political cultural or
economic, which explain the civilization...

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