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WK5 D2 Your Future - Week 5 Readings Read the following...

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Week 5 Readings Read the following chapters and Epilogue in Exploring Social Change : a. Chapter 13: Society, Environment, and Change b. Chapter 14: World Futures c. Epilogue: Living in a Rapidly Changing World Discussions Your Future The future is full of promise, but also uncertainty and threats. Consequently, writers and some scholars deal with both future utopias and dystopias. There seems to be more of a market for the latter these days! What kinds of problems do you foresee that are most likely to affect you personally? Your children? Conversely, what are some possibilities for a brighter future? Personally, what talents, skills, or attitudes can help you have a good future? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. My post: The problems that I see that affect me personally is the economy. These past few years have been hard on my husband and me. We both have had cutbacks on our jobs and I have been unemployed twice in the past 3 years.
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