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Scientific Achievements Less Prominent Than a Decade Ago
PUBLIC PRAISES SCIENCE; SCIENTISTS FAULT PUBLIC
Consumerism Test 4/27Format: Identify and Long Answer
Consumerism- the concentrated effort to consume things in order to meet ones real and
perceived needs and wantsFeeling Vers. Thinking- what is the consequence of this
Notes on the historical b
Church marketingDefinition- A style of church planning and administration that
applies the insights and methods of marketing and advertising to the work of a local
congregation Assumptions-The inevitability to change-Necessity of revitilizationNeutrality
3. Spiritual Shortcuts how is the problem in the article the result of consumerism?
4. Scandal, Siderwhat are the problems faced by church according to Sider? What
are his solutions?
5. Some Spiritual Disciplines, WillardSee your handout on Willar
Do You Really Know What Is In Your Food: The Effects of Aspartame
Do you chew gum on a regular basis? Do you like to enjoy a sweet candy bar
after your lunch? Do you like to top off your coffee with a nice sweete
Date / Topic
08/21 Introduction, What is your
1) What is Science
2) How Policy is Made
08/23 Science and Policy Contrast Handout on
1) Public vs. Scientists,
08/28 Textbook, Introduction,
Department of Geography
Science, Public Policy, and Outreach
Instructor: Faiz Rahman ([email protected]), MSB-II # 314, Phone: 812-855-6303
Class meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30PM 3:45PM, Room WH-111
C105 Test #2 Study guide1 How does the process of climate change occur?
2 Describe the geography of climate change?
3 Will there be climate change by the end of the century?
4 Where will climate change be most significant?
5 How is the Siberian Curse chan
17 What Canadian territory was created in 1995?
18 How did northern aboriginal people deal with treaties?
19 Where are aboriginal people not becoming more politically powerful?
20 How is the growing-season changing in the Morgan Monroe State Forest?
Shaywitz (1994) concludes that "our findings indicate that, in this group of vulnerable
children, APM [aspartame] does not provoke seizures." Rowen (1995) concludes that
"aspartame, in acute dosage of ~50 mg/kg, is no more likely than placebo to cause