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Ant 175Tuesday March 18 20141237 PMSpring 2014Lecture notes 03182014HunterWhat does it mean to be civically engagedknow whats going on around you Involved in the communtiy Awareness Why is it importantUnderstanding that it is everyones responsibility to respond to social issues in our community The more meaningful life can beeconomics of happiness Political engagementExcercising you right to vote Running for offices Being informed on political issues Trying to change policyMake a difference in policy to change wasteA better material than plastic for fast food restaurant to use that is recyclable Cultural changes at one point throwing trash out the window was very much acceptable But then a huge campaign took place for littering now its against the law and more people are throwing trash in the garbage canHaving a sense of CRITICAL CITIZENSHIPinvolves being active in the political part of our society one step closer than civic engagementMore than just service learning and volunteering NATIONSTATE Secures obedienceuses legitimate violencewar death penality To ensure orderly circulation of goods and taxes Regulate who can own propertyViolent on nationalismcolonialism Genocide Ethnocidedemand other ethnic groups to become American Exdeciding only English should be taught in our schools to regulate cultural integration and keep the state strong Ant 175 Page 1
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