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ENVS 2100 Environment & Culture 16 November 2015
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Menu Announcements (quiz, introduction, option four) Housekeeping Timed writing Quiz preparation Plumwood material
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The most important thing about test-writing is…
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Test-taking skills Write your name on it Relax, but not too much Read everything first Take/make notes, an outline, or free write Breath, and start Read it through, make additions or corrections Make sure you’ve done everything before you leave
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Getting stuck or panicking If you are stuck, breath and free write Mild panic? Breath and free write Medium to severe panic (what does this look or feel like?) ask for help (raise your hand)
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What does Plumwood mean by “the logic of dualism”? Use at least two examples in your answer.
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Briefly explain the ideological, systemic and material realms of the logic of dualism. Using an example explain how they mutually reinforce one another to become pervasive/hegemonic.
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Feminism of uncritical equality
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