(first 2 pages) : Taoism and Confucianism. Write about Taoism and Confucianism with the theme of Moral code/teachings. Make sure

(first 2 pages) : Taoism and Confucianism. Write about Taoism and Confucianism with the theme of Moral code/teachings. Make sure to include your summary of information from books and websites and citations of your sources. Include at least two links for two images (do not post the image istself, just the links to them) and a one sentence description for what each image represent. See screen shot for further clarification. For the citations I need them to have source links and also make sure to adhere to what my prof said: ” (Adele, 2009)” is how you cited one of your sources, but note it has no page source — like many of your other intext citations.. To find the page source I have to go searching through your reference list which is precisely why I ask for intext citations — so that I don’t have to search for a page source. Without a page source the name of the author is not much help to me in seeing the source.” “The form for citing sources is immediately after the material taken from the source, name the source. If it’s a website, then be sure to include the URL address. (URL address in brackets following the information, not as a list.)” MOST IMPORTANTLY: Make sure that its about a Code of law in Buddhism that spells out its ethics. Because the theme here is moral code/teachingsThen (2 pages): Judaism. Write about Judaism with the theme of Moral code/teachings. Make sure to include your summary of information from books and websites and citations of your sources. Include at least two links for two images (do not post the image istself, just the links to them) and a one sentence description for what each image represent. See screen shot for further clarification. For the citations I need them to have source links and also make sure to adhere to what my prof said: ” (Adele, 2009)” is how you cited one of your sources, but note it has no page source — like many of your other intext citations.. To find the page source I have to go searching through your reference list which is precisely why I ask for intext citations — so that I don’t have to search for a page source. Without a page source the name of the author is not much help to me in seeing the source.” “The form for citing sources is immediately after the material taken from the source, name the source. If it’s a website, then be sure to include the URL address. (URL address in brackets following the information, not as a list.)” MOST IMPORTANTLY: Make sure that its about a Code of law in Buddhism that spells out its ethics. Because the theme here is moral code/teachingsThen (2 Pages): Christianity. Write about Christianity with the theme of Moral code/teachings. Make sure to include your summary of information from books and websites and citations of your sources. Include at least two links for two images (do not post the image istself, just the links to them) and a one sentence description for what each image represent. See screen shot for further clarification. For the citations I need them to have source links and also make sure to adhere to what my prof said: ” (Adele, 2009)” is how you cited one of your sources, but note it has no page source — like many of your other intext citations.. To find the page source I have to go searching through your reference list which is precisely why I ask for intext citations — so that I don’t have to search for a page source. Without a page source the name of the author is not much help to me in seeing the source.” “The form for citing sources is immediately after the material taken from the source, name the source. If it’s a website, then be sure to include the URL address. (URL address in brackets following the information, not as a list.)” MOST IMPORTANTLY: Make sure that its about a Code of law in Buddhism that spells out its ethics. Because the theme here is moral code/teachingsThen (2 Pages): Islam. Write about Islam with the theme of Moral code/teachings. Make sure to include your summary of information from books and websites and citations of your sources. Include at least two links for two images (do not post the image istself, just the links to them) and a one sentence description for what each image represent. See screen shot for further clarification. For the citations I need them to have source links and also make sure to adhere to what my prof said: ” (Adele, 2009)” is how you cited one of your sources, but note it has no page source — like many of your other intext citations.. To find the page source I have to go searching through your reference list which is precisely why I ask for intext citations — so that I don’t have to search for a page source. Without a page source the name of the author is not much help to me in seeing the source.” “The form for citing sources is immediately after the material taken from the source, name the source. If it’s a website, then be sure to include the URL address. (URL address in brackets following the information, not as a list.)” MOST IMPORTANTLY: Make sure that its about a Code of law in Buddhism that spells out its ethics. Because the theme here is moral code/teachings