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Ban on single use plastic - essay

Social Studies 30-1

7 Pages Essays / Projects Year Uploaded: 2020

Background – Explore the Issue Research and explore the issue; provide the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of the issue. A good place to start your research is to find a place (city, state, province, country, etc.) that has implemented the central idea of the issue – figure out what their reasoning is. Discuss the issue in Canadian context. Specific evidence (data, statistics, articles, etc.) is required. Generally introduce the individualist and collectivist stances on the issue. Individualist Perspective – Explore the Issue Identify and explain the individualist stance on the topic. I.e. how would they answer the question? Support this by identifying and explaining specific PRICES principles that apply to this argument. Collectivist Perspective – Explore the Issue - Identify and explain the individualist stance on the topic. I.e. how would they answer the question? Support this by identifying and explaining specific PACCCE principles that apply to this argument. Personal Opinion – State and Defend a Position State and defend your personal views on the issue with arguments and evidence. Your opinion does not need to be either individualist or collectivist. You can incorporate both PRICES and PACCCE principle


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