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StuDocu is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university Lecture 4 Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action (Centennial College) Downloaded by Neel nick ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|5922219
Lecture 4 Social Analysis II Social Analysis: is the means through which we start to question and deconstruct our assumptions about the world in which we live - asks us to examine the ideas that inform our perspectives and practices. It is also concerned with how these ideas are implicated in social, political, and economic factors in our society and in the larger global village” (Singh, 2015, p. 29). - If we can figure out what social problems emerge from thinking through our acts, ideas and behaviors, then there is the potential to do something about it - Our participation in maintaining and sustaining practices that are harmful to others Social Problems and Knowledge is NOT Neutral - Requires collective action to resolve (think about Hugh Evans and the TED Talk) -

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