OPTION A Design a Social Business
Donate your textbook today for a good cause
My social business will focus on used textbooks for a social change. The social issue is
that many students at University spend hundred
There are over three hundred million people in the United States of America and
about forty-nine million of go hungry everyday. Out of that forty-nine million an
estimated thirteen million are children. To say this is sad would be an understatement. As
After reading the New York Times article Net Neutrality and the Federal Communications
Commission by The Editorial Board, it appears that the author is using the reputation,
relationship, and result lenses. Under the reputation lens, the board mentioned m
After reading The Washington Post article Majority of U.S public school students are in
poverty by Lyndsey Layton, it appears that author is using result and relationship lenses. Under
the result lens the author spoke on how the SEF (Southern Education Fo
After reading the New York Times What Pairs Well with a Finger Lakes White? Not Propane,
Vintners Say by Jesse McKinley it seems that the author is using the Rights/Responsibilities, and result
lenses. Under the right/responsibilities lens the author ment
As a group weve decided to state facts and voice our opinions on hunger in the U.S. We plan to
address the operation of the US political system, the operation of the US economic system, and the
culture of inequality. These are some of the key reason leadi
Do we have a duty to rescue (others)?
Do I/You have a right to be rescued?
Premise 1. Starvation is bad
Premise 2. If we can we ought to prevent bad things from happening
(Implied)3. We/I can prevent starvation, etc.
I/We ought to prevent
After reading the New York Times article Same-Sex Pairs in Florida Say Jubilant I Dos
by Lizette Alvarez and Nila Do Simon, it appears that the authors are using a relationship lens.
They spoke on rationality, justice, and being fair in the process of tr