In this section, you should explicitly address the issue of how scholars, including yourself, can handle the conceptual questions. This follows the previous point closely. What sources should scholars use and how should they use them? Do you put a preference in studying the French Revolution on the declarations made by revolutionaries, on their public debates, or on what happened ‘on the ground’, including the violent opposition they aroused? If you discuss the latter, you underline the fact that the Revolution led to civil war, and that the causes of what you present as the Revolution were not a mass rejection of the existing system. You also point out that in 1789 few people envisaged what they were expected to support in 1792 (a republic and the trial of the king) let alone 1793 (the Reign of Terror). The Revolution is thus presented and studied as a dynamic, changing process, which requires different explanations at particular stages.
Orange is a television show, produced by and shown on Netflix. The main character, Piper Chapman, was sent to prison as a result of a set up by her lesbian lover, Alex. Piper was already engaged to Larry, a writer. This couple was very much in love until Piper had to give up her relationship with Larry for her prison life where she had to wear an orange jumpsuit, and fight other inmates in order to fit into the prison environment. She had to fight Tiffany, one of the inmates that claimed to be born-again but very mean. The show opens one’s eyes to the reality of the female prison world, and what the experience is like. Although a drama, this movie is full of comedy, which keeps the show enthralling.
This is a series movie that was presented by Netflix in the summer of 2013. The movie is based on a true life story of Piper Chapman, a lady who graduated from Smith College in 1992. A year after her graduation she met a lady named Alex who worked with drug dealer from a West African country. Piper obtained money from the operation she did with her lover, Alex. She later moved to San Francisco where she met her fiancé, Larry. They both later moved to New York City. Piper was later arrested for drug trafficking, a charge for which she pled guilty. It was very hard for Piper when she told her friends and family that she was about to go to trial for drug trafficking and money laundering crime which she got her self involved in a decade ago.
Piper was the last person they thought would ever end up in jail. Her friends and family were all laughing at her when she explained the details of the deal to them. They hardly could believe her story. Even her grandma was in disbelief, and asked Piper what she did with all the money she earned from the drug dealing deal. Her brother, on the other hand, was most interested about her sexual orientation; and kept asking is she was still a lesbian.
Piper was not ready for her new life tha...