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SOCS 325 Week 4 Midterm (v4)
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1. Question (TCO 1) Which of the following is a predicted outcome of continued global warming? 2. Question (TCO 2) The Conservation Reserve Program was funded in the United States to conserve which of the following precious resources? 3. Question (TCO 3) Environmental goods and environmental bads are: 4. Question (TCO 4) According to the economist Fred Hirsch, a "positional good" is a good or commodity: 5. Question (TCO 5) Of the many techniques advertisers use to persuade customers to purchas...

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SOCS 325 Week 4 Midterm (v1)
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Multiple Choice 1. Question: (TCO 1) Climatologists continue to debate global warming. Which of the following is NOT an argument against the global warming hypothesis? 2. Question: (TCO 2) The Conservation Reserve Program was funded in the United States to conserve which of the following precious resources? 3. Question: (TCO 3) Environmental goods and environmental bads are: 4. Question: (TCO 4) According to the economist Fred Hirsch, a "positional good" is a good or commodity: 5. Question: (...

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Multiple Choice Questions Question: (TCO 1) Climatologists continue to debate global warming. Which of the following is NOT an argument against the global warming hypothesis? Question: (TCO 2) The Conservation Reserve Program was funded in the United States to conserve which of the following precious resources? Question: (TCO 3) Environmental goods and environmental bads are: Question: (TCO 4) According to the economist Fred Hirsch, a “positional good” is a good or commodity: Question: (TCO ...

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John Rawls Theory of Justice and the Amartya Sen's Capability Approach
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In this essay, I will argue that one of the shortcomings of Rawls theory of justice as fairness is that it cannot account for what is owed to those who are disabled. My view is that this shortcoming can only be remedied by moving away from social contract theory and using the capability approach to determine what is owed to those who do not fall within the so-called ‘normal’ range of functioning. I will conclude my essay by considering some objections to the capability approach and some poss...

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10 mind maps these items and movements linking together and analyzing: Back Home, Adam Smith, Amartya Sen, Professional pride, analyzed the crisis, financial vs. social capital, how does science works, Karl Marx, (2) mrktmaatschap, eco. after crisis

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