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User Latricia Lewis Submitted 3/25/09 12:22 PM Name Paraphrase Exercise Status Completed Score 5 out of 6 points Time Elapsed 0 hours, 8 minutes, and 48 seconds out of 0 hours and 30 minutes allowed. Instructions Answer the following questions after reading the links cited in the directions. You have 30 minutes to complete this exercise, which counts as 1/3 of your Week 2 discussion grade.
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Question 1 1 out of 1 points A passage from our textbook is given below, followed by a paraphrase of the passage. Read the passages and answer the question below: ORIGINAL TEXT: The WTO became known to the general public in November 1999, when tens of thousands of people took part in sometimes violent demonstrations in Seattle. Since then, international WTO meetings have drawn large numbers of angry demonstrators. The groups involved include some labor unions (which fear loss of jobs and labor protections), environmental groups (which oppose environmental degradation), socialists (who dislike capitalism and multinational corporations), and a few anarchists (who detest government authority of any kind). Dispersed within the crowds are other, smaller groups such as European farmers who fear the WTO will threaten their livelihoods by reducing agricultural tariffs and farm subsidies. (McConnell & Brue, Economics, p. 706) PARAPHRASE : Protests against the WTO have been common since the 1999 meeting in Seattle. Protesters have a variety of concerns, such as environmental quality or maintenance of trade barriers to lessen foreign competition so as to prevent potential job losses. Other groups fear the WTO will increase the power of multinational corporations or Based on the above, which of the following statements is correct? Selected Answer: This is an acceptable paraphrase and would not be considered to be plagiarism. Correct Answer: This is an acceptable paraphrase and would not be considered to be plagiarism.
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Feedback: This is an acceptabl e paraphras e. The original paragraph and sentence structure is different than the original and new ideas are also added. If
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2009 for the course ECO 2252 taught by Professor Edward during the Spring '08 term at Troy.

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