Neil Young's purpose in writing the song "Cortez the Killer" is to show how he feels negatively towards war and conflict, which impacts the document's reliability by making it biased because when the song was written it was at a time when people were antiwar.
Neil Young's purpose for writing the song "Cortez The Killer" was to influence the audience's idea of conquest and war in a positive way. This affected the song's reliability by influencing the lyrics in an upbeat way , glossing over the destruction that had occurred in an effort to make it seem more peaceful and cheerful.
Neil Young is a psychedelic rock music artist who lived during the Vietnam war and a time when peace was emphasized, which impacts the lyrics reliability and purpose by making it twist the past encounters of Europeans and Native Americans into peaceful interactions and to ask why we can't be peaceful with the Vietnamese like we did with the natives.
This one was pretty good since it mentions the comparison to the Vietnamese to the native americans
I think Iris was the best with the reliability by saying that he twisted information making not entirely accurate with the purpose toward a peaceful lifestyle.
This is the best POV because it accurately states the purpose and why Neil Young's song is unreliable.
I think that this is the best POV statement because it gives background information that can help interpret the meaning of the piece as well as connecting all of the information together.
I think this is the Best POV because it being up outside information to explain the reason why the song was writien.
Neil Young is a Canadian hippie, affecting the reliability of the song by bending it to make it seem as though the Aztecs were a peaceful and loving people prior to colliding with Europeans.
Neil Young is a Canadian songwriter who believes in peace and thinks the Native Americans suffered from the Spanish and Hernán Cortés, which affects the song's purpose by making it about the hardships of the Native Aztecs for the Spanish Empire and the evilness of the Europeans. Also, it affects the song's reliability by stating how the Europeans are bad and the Native Americans suffered, when this is not entirely true with the Europeans not as bad as said and the Native Americans not entirely the victims and suffering.
Despite being slightly lengthy, Konnor struck upon the important aspects of Neil Young while still being the most accurate and precise. This POV was the best in my eyes.
Neil Young is a singer-songwriter in the early 70s, who's plan was to spread peace which impacts the documents purpose because in the time it wad written, the Vietmam War was taking place and Neil wanted to spread peace and lift everyone's spirit.
Neil Young, a Canadian musician from the mid-70's, has a purpose of illustrating the effects the Europeans had done on the natives of the New World, which in turn effects his reliability of the song as it can provide false, and biased information; he has no evidence or credible statements that support his initial motive.
In my opinion this is the best POV statement for the song as it portrays the effects of Neil Young's purpose while also, in detail, describing the ways in which his reliability was damaged.
Neil Young, a 1970's environmental activist, impacts "Cortez the Killer"'s reliability by describing the Aztec's lifestyle in such a Utopian manner rather than their sacrificial and war filled reality, thus persuading his audience to act against those whom desrupt the "beautifully functioning" societies such as the Aztecs.
Neil Young's purpose on writing the song "Cortez the Killer" was to help spread his belief that war and conquest can be a peaceful event, using his example of the Colombian exchange, this affects the song's reliability in that Neil expresses his own ideas and stating/singing little to no accurate facts about the Colombian exchange, thus influencing his listeners to believing incorrect ideas.
Neil Young was a musician who advocated peace in the seventies and the sixties, a time whose theme was very anti warfare. Which affects the reliability since Young was one of the people who stood for peace.
Neil Young was a Canadian, drug-induced, singer-songwriter / hippie during the closing stages of the Vietnam war which impacts the document's purpose by allowing his personal (hippie) thoughts on foreign interaction shine through into his music, and it impacts the document's reliability as (obviously) people under the influence of most mind-altering substances do not have clear judgement nor clear thoughts in general.
Your comment could have some more specific details, but I think it gets across the actual background of the song better than most.
Neil Young is a Canadian singer-songwriter, which impacts the document's purpose by conveying that the Western Europeans' interaction with the New World was ultimately peaceful, which furthermore impacts the reliability of the document through a biased perspective, by utterly ignoring the brutality in which the Native Americans actually faced during this conquest.
Neil Young's purpose on "Cortez the Killer" was to spread culture and to influence his audience by informing his audience about how the Columbian Exchange negatively affect the Americas; However, the document is not a reliable source because he has biased opinions and he is not a certified historian.
Neil Young was a psychedelic rock artist from the 70s, a time that encountered events such as the Vietnam War and world peace movements, which affects the purpose of the song by him emphasizing on the peaceful nature he believed was present in Native American civilizations before the arrival of Hernan Cortez.
I believe that this is the best POV statement because it gives background on the artist and shows why that would affect the purpose of the song, to show that peace is good even though that time wasn't peaceful.
Neil Young is a folk rock musician from the 1970's, which effects his song "Cortez the Killer" reliability by making the information in the lyrics wrong, since he had an incorrect knowledge of the occasion and made the Colombian Exchange look peaceful and had a more positive outlook.
Purpose: Neil Young is a Canadian folk rock music artist, which affects the purpose by making Cortez The Killer an anti-war song, in which he does so by rhetorically relating the "peaceful" encounter between the Europeans and Native Americans during the Colombian exchange to the violent Vietnam war, possibly in order to encourage a more peaceful encounter between the Americans and Vietnamese.
Reliability: Neil Young is a Canadian folk rock music artist, which affects the level of reliability by making Cortez The Killer somewhat of an unreliable source, due the to false interpretations within the song, as to how the encounter between the Europeans and Native Americans were peaceful, when in reality, they were not.
Neil Young is a Canadian folk rock performer from the 1970's era which affects the documents reliability by altering his views of conquest of North America through western hemisphere teachings that he received in his time period and childhood, remembering as well the active promotion during the 70's within his peer group of achieving peace between nations as the song was written around the time of the Vietnam War, all of which in the writing of this document would have made for an elusive truth of the interaction between Native Americans and Spanish conquistadors.
Neil Youngs is an artist from the 1970s who advocates peace during a time of war which changes the artists reliability because he changed the European and Native encounter to make it seem more peaceful.
Cortez The Killer a folk song written by a Canadian named Ed Neil Young, which impacts the focus and reliability by only including positive characteristics of the Native Americans to create an evil image of Columbus thus making a biased song that included many faluse information in order to succeed in providing Columbus a evil tag.
Neil Young is a music artist who wrote the song, Cortez the Killer, in the mid to late 1970s, this impacts the reliability of what is being said in the song because he was just a music artist with no full knowledge of the historical events that he writes about; this also impacts the purpose because at the time when he wrote this there were many anti war movements and Young wanted to show that violence was not the answer using past events to illustrate this.