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What's the Problem? A Brief Guide to Thinking Critically

ISBN-10: 1429242183
ISBN-13: 9781429242189
Edition: 2011
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Book details

List price: $34.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Worth Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/28/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

About the Author
Introduction: What's the Problem?
Turning Your Lawn into a Victory Garden Won't Save You
Turning Your Lawn into a Victory Garden Won't Save You-Fighting the Corporations Will
Questions for 1.1
A Shortage of Democracy, Not Food
Questions for 1.2
Want Amid Plenty: From Hunger to Inequality
Questions for 1.3
Does Shopping for a Good Cause Really Help? Activism and the New Chic
The Rage Over (Red)
Questions for 2.1
Gift-Wrapped Guilt? My Adventure with Ethical Shopping
Questions for 2.2
Ethical Shopping Is Just Another Way of Showing How Rich You Are
Questions for 2.3
It Didn't Happen and Besides, They Deserved It
Sand Castles and Snake Pits: Homelessness, Public Policy, and the Law of Unintended Consequences
Questions for 3.1
"Everyone Deserves a Place to Sleep at Night"
Questions for 3.2
Hope for the Homeless?
Questions for 3.3
Poverty Is Hazardous to Your Health
Health Policy Placebos
Questions for 4.1
Poverty Is Hazardous to Your Health
Questions for 4.2
Inequality: Bad for Your Health: An Interview with Social Epidemiologist Ichiro Kawachi
Questions for 4.3
Crime and Punishment
I Am Not the Enemy
Questions for 5.1
Reports Find Racial Gap in Drug Arrests
Questions for 5.2
The Harm of "Get Tough"Policies
Questions for 5.3
Abstinence: Whose Privilege, Whose Power?
Would You Pledge Your Virginity to Your Father?
Questions for 6.1
Red Sex, Blue Sex
Questions for 6.2
Is the Pope Crazy?
Questions for 6.3
"Hello Central, Give Me Heaven"
Moms in Touch with God
Questions for 7.1
Stress Test: Why Americans Want to Believe That Our Mental States Can Control Our Physical Maladies
Questions for 7.2
Is Prayer Good for Your Health?
Questions for 7.3
It's the Solution, Not the Problem
Human Greed Lies at the Root of Economic Crisis: Interview with
Questions for 8.1
The Lesson from the [Fiscal] Crisis: Regulations Are Worthless
Questions for 8.2
It's the Solution, Not the Problem
Questions for 8.3
Conclusion: What's the Problem? Questions and Answers
Acknowledgments
Index

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