Development is a core construct within Western societies. Gardeners nurture the development of plants, managers construct a development plan for the company, rich nations offer to aiding developing countries and so on. In each case, ‘development’ is about change: with a strong sense that these changes follow an ordered, rule-governed plan and the outcome will be more advanced.
PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BY ANSWERING EACH QUESTION GIVEN. PLEASE INCLUDE QUESTION AND GIVE RESPONSE TO QUESTION.
For full credit follow this rubric: For each reading provide the name of the reading (for example Unequal Cities Chapter 1; Unequal Cities Chapter 5; Another Brooklyn) and then a paragraph of the following:
• Write 1-2 sentences summarizing the main argument in your own words.
•Write 2-4 sentences describing:
1) what is at stake for children AND
2) what is at stake for society regarding the reading.
• Write 1-2 sentences about how it relates to what you know about Course 2100 so far and our focus on justice.
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