Final.Examination.Fall09(2)

Final.Examination.Fall09(2) - Specifically choose one...

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Final Examination PLSC 5153-001 Environmental Politics and Policy Monday December 14, 2008 9 am Question 1 (individual assessment – 30%): Evaluate your peers’ presentation of their farmers’ market research, critiquing on the basis of substantive concerns (2-3 paragraphs per presentations). This material will be assessed on the basis of the depth of critique, and then forwarded on to the pertinent groups (without identification) by 12/7/09. Due via e-mail to pastewar@uark.edu by 5pm Saturday 12/5/09. Question 2 (group assessment – 30%): Update your group paper and presentation based upon critiques from fellow students and professor comments. Pick up professor comments starting Monday, December 7, 2009 from his office mailbox. Due Monday December 14, 2008 @ 9 am. Question 3 (individual assessment – 40%): Write a 5 page paper relating the findings of your farmers’ market project to your choice of readings from the second half of the class.
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Unformatted text preview: Specifically choose one question from: 1. Institutional issues concerned with implementation of farmers markets at the state and local levels. 2. Issues concerning political involvement of the public and other groups in the public policy process, addressing: Advocacy Coalitions, Deliberative Democracy, and Civic Environmentalism. 3. Food safety concerns about farmers markets addressing risk assessment and risk perceptions, and benefits that may accrue. 4. Environmental ethics concerns about farmers markets and potential benefits. In writing your question use APA style citations, making reference to your paper, the course texts, and any additional sources you might have. Assessment will be based upon knowledge of course material (10%) and synthesis of farmers market project in analysis (30%). Due Monday December 14, 2008 @ 9 am...
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course PLSC 5213 taught by Professor Schreckhise during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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