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Unformatted text preview: Suppose you live in a new suburban community. It offers all the amenities and benefits of a tight-knit small community, with the benefits of living close to the big city. Some years pass, and several children and adults in the community start developing extensive and similar illnesses. You think this is clearly not a case of genetics, and become suspicious that something must have gone wrong in the development planning and execution of your community. You start researching and investigating possible causes for the illnesses plaguing the community and, upon digging further, find out that the gas company’s practices may be to blame for the calamity. You decide, at that point, to spread the word around your community about your findings so that everyone can unite in a fight for justice. Write a letter of approximately 500 words in length that you intend to have published by your local newspaper addressing your concerns with the public health of the community. Explain what strategies you applied when investigating the problem that helped foster critical thinking and lead you to the root cause of the inexplicable illnesses....
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course EDUCATION ETH 125 taught by Professor Hoge during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '12