Tco 10 what is participatory governance points 5

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Question 10.10. (TCO 10) What is participatory governance? (Points : 5)Where the government controls all actionsA shift from traditional government where the citizens are more involved in the governmentWhere a government works with other governments to create changeNone of the above
1. (TCO 1) Now that you have almost completed this course in environmental sociology, please describe what you think an environmental sociologist does. What have you learned about what an Environmental Sociologist does since you started this course? (Points : 10)
Question 2.2. (TCO 2) Give a few examples of how capitalism has caused inequality in minority populations. (Points : 10)Question 3.3. (TCO 3) A number of social phenomenon discussed in this course vie as the leading cause of environmental problems: overconsumption of products, the problem of collective action, the Western ethos, population growth, social inequality, and uneven development, to name a few. Which do you feel is the most important, and why? Justify your answer sociologically, using detailed facts and figures from the course readings and any outside sources. Compare and contrast how these environmental problems impacts socioeconomic statusand influences goods and bads. (Points : 30)Question 4.4. (TCO 4) Discuss the pros and cons of using the term invironmentinstead of environment. What is the difference between environment and invironment? Be sure to provide an example of each and an example of how they connect. Compare and contrast how

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