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Unformatted text preview: UN 2002 Fall 2008 Exam 3 Study Questions Exam 3 will consist of 3-4 questions from the following list. You can expect each question to be worth 25 to 40 points. 1. How does a “commodity chain” differ from previous production systems? 2. A recurring issue in Road fiom Rio concerns the best means of organizing sustainable use of resources. Why is ownership at the center of this discussion and what different positions define the debate? 3. In the years 197 8-83 court cases and rulings included arguments by the Ojibwa that the geography of treaty rights be determined by “use” criteria. How does the Ojibwa position change the way we might think about criteria for establishing public policy concerning land and resource use? How does the State of Wisconsin’s legal definition of “settlement” challenge the Ojibwa argument? 4. What have been the mixed effects of innovations in digital technologies for American ' economic society in the 1990s? Why can Heilbroner and Milberg assert that “the new technologies have not solved capitalism’s tendency toward cycles of expansion and contraction?” 5. What is an example of how Monmonier shows that visualizing different Spatial scales of air pollution leads to a better explanation of the diSpersion and deposition of air pollution? 6. Explain Why there might be both a plus and a minus to creating a market for “air pollution credits." 7. What is the “hybrid” knowledge that Isles thinks will “negotiate expertise” in response to concerns to prevent pollution? 8. What is stakeholding, to what problem in the capitalist system might it be an answer, and why would it require institutional changes in American society? ...
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