Oct26 - 10/26/07 Homework 1. While both of these studies...

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10/26/07 Homework 1. While both of these studies look at differing cases, there is a correlation in the messages that both of these accounts endorse – the need for a communal action between nations. The “Perils of a Global Ecosystem” relate to the modern endemics in the world. Such “perils” as AIDS are affecting people worldwide. It is not the responsibility of merely one country to rise as the sole entity engineering change; rather, many nations around the globe must also rise up to take action. The Chapter not only highlights how rising endemics affect humans, but also the very environment that we all depend on. While discussing the perspective on the new endemics, the words of the ‘shared-technology perspective’ aptly describe the means by which these endemics must be suppressed, “the threat of the new endemics is worldwide and should be solved by the world.” While the high-technology perspective of private enterprise and dominant big businesses is not necessary entirely wrong,
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course GST 110 taught by Professor Benson during the Spring '08 term at Elon.

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