DSOC 10&25 - across in court and press relaese(as see...

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Cultural Permits Long established for different groups e.g. natives and farmers
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Group section content Come up with a scenario to parallel the construction of an identity as seen in 25 Somewhere we’ve recogonized the favoroable interpretation of a group created and presented
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Socioenviro Constructions As seen in owls Strait forward statistical claims Are they better than constructed claims Easier to believe/follow do they hold more water?
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Will they be strong enough against the always dominant economical side of issues presented by the media Hence are the invented identies that come
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Unformatted text preview: across in court and press relaese (as see in bears) stronger • ID and self-• the hunter see themselves as hunters and others identify that aspect of the individual. they are connected to other hunters as a group. our selves are socially connected and a persons id affects how it relates to the biophysical world. • • operationalization- measure of the strength of our belief of somthing • • eg • i believe it is fair that the owls were protected in spite of economical drawbacks to lumber industry (on 1-5 do you believe this?)...
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