HourTest2_StudyGuide_summer09

HourTest2_StudyGuide_summer09 - STS 101 Hr Test 2 Review...

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STS 101 Hr Test 2 Review Summer 2009 Chapter 5 (1) What is the real story behind inventions that are typically attributed to American ingenuity such as jet airplanes, television, radios, and the atomic bomb? How does this relate to the concept of borrowed technologies? Story of Stuff (SOS) (2) How do we (the US) view the resources of other countries? (3) According to the SOS, what benchmark does our industrial system use to measure the value of an individual? And by extension so does our society (ie, culture). (4) Why should we accord the citizens of other countries the same rights that we give our own citizens, in other words why should we be equitable with them – how does this benefit us? Chapter 6 (5) What is the relationship between our current economic model and how we view pollution? What will it take to change this view? ( you may want review the 1 st ppt on BB for chapter 6 to answer this question) (6) What technological fixes can we employ to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels? How viable are
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2009 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Volti during the Spring '09 term at Clemson.

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