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Challenge and Change in Society


HSB4M Exam Review


LAST 10 Days - Globalization

Links for Globalization



Council on Foreign Relations

The Trilateral Commission







Welcome to the class Wiki!

Mind reading invention 


The Environment and Social Change



Wednesday Seminars


Friday Presentations - Presentation Instructions

Feb. 26 - Mark & Ben G. - Are humans inherently violent?

Mar. 6 - Alicia & Lindsay - Why are some women still treated as inferior to men?

Mar. 13 - Krystal & Emily - Can Fathers, Mother?

Mar. 27 - Jake C & Ben. D - Should marijuana be decriminalized?

Apr. 3 - Kenzie & Keith - Physician assisted suicide?

Apr. 10 - Stephanie & Beckah - Should prostitution be legalized?

Apr. 17 - Jeremy & Johnny - Do corporations run the world?

Apr. 24 - Kristie & Ashley - Is hunting wrong?

May 1 - Leah & Larissa - Sould we mandate citizens to give blood and/or donate their organs?

May 8 - Jaime & Mel - Does pornography cause divorce/violence?

May 19 - Zach & Dakota -   

May 22 - Laura and Christy - Adoption Birth Parents

May 26 - Jolene & Cailin - Corporeal Punishment

May 27 - Jake & Dan - Is Abortion wrong?

May 29 - Jana ?


Course related articles, websites, videos, etc.

Infant jealousy 



Fair Trade

Things that make you go hmmm?

Practice Test Questions

Comments (4)

Meaghan Shaw said

at 6:18 pm on Feb 4, 2009

SO...don't exactly understand what's being looked for here buuuuut if you go to this site (http://www.devp.org/devpme/eng/fairtrade-eng.html) it gives a list of websites you can find fair trade merchendise and order from canada. the first one, ethiquette.ca has a link to fair trade products for everything from coffee to jewelry. www.justcoffee.ca is by a canadian catholic organization in BC and the Yukon, but the link brings you only to an info site...it doesnt look like you can actually order any fair trade products unless you get a group and sign up? seems sketchy. i dont know. Equator Coffee you can buy coffee, tea and chocolate/sugar. TransFair Canada came to my school in grade eight and they seem pretty legit too. I recognise their logo from around also. You can get a lot of information from their website. Global Exchange gives you a list of places you can buy Fair Trade products from...the Just Coffee link shows up again on this site, as well as Peace Coffee, Dean's Coffee, etc. Ummm so i could go on if you want me to but i think i'll just stop there because i feel like I've written a lot and I don't completely understand this thing. :|

melanie bon said

at 7:55 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Some products that fair trade certifies:
• Bananas
• Cocoa
• Coffee
• Dried Fruit
• Fresh Fruit and Fresh Vegetables
• Honey
• Juices
• Cut Flowers
• Cotton
• Ornamental Plants
• Sports Balls


keith walsh said

at 12:14 pm on Mar 27, 2009

Baker: I can't seem to find the list for all the other presentation topics. i don't know if it's on here or just on the website, but i just can't locate it. Send me the link if you have time and we'll have a topic picked for you by monday. thanks

Brock Baker said

at 12:59 pm on Mar 29, 2009

Sorry Keith - there is now a link above where it says Friday Presentations

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