- Come up with three areas of life or categories where technology has a limited impact. Think of broad areas of life – such as creativity. Each of your examples should belong to a different broad category. Painting a picture, writing a poem and creating pottery are all examples of creativity so those are all examples of the same category. You need to come up with three different and unique categories or areas of life.
- Explain how these areas of life are completely or mostly technology free.
- Do you think this will continue or will technology overwhelm these areas?
Explain how you attempted the 4 approaches to solve the maze.
(Which approach did you try first, second, third, fourth? Why? )
Which approach did you find most useful? Why?
Did you find another approach to use? If so, Explain.
(Should take 3-4 paragraphs to answer/explain.)
Pretend you have been given a 9.000 piece puzzle to assemble. 51iF5X6Kj1L.AA160.jpg
Your task is to develop a process to solve this puzzle as quickly as possible.
Think about the steps of the Program Development Life Cycle: (You may want to refer to the PPT)
1 – What is your goal?
2 – What is your plan?
ignificance of environmental values instilled in the population where concern for the environment has almost become a social norm (Derksen and Gartrell, 1993). If this research were to also to be true in Leeds, people’s behaviour could be easily changed provided that they have the facilities available to do so (Jackson, 2005) and hence result in an easier task of improving waste management behaviour in Leeds, as discussed in the next section. 2.2 Situational variables This second factor that could influence a person’s behaviour refers to the individual context, such as the availability of recycling services and the sociodemographic factors of an individual (Barr, 2007). The research into this factor isn’t as comprehensive of the previous one and mainly focusses on the availability of environmental services available such as the paper written by Guagnano, Dietz, and Stern (1994). This paper focussed on how the increase in efficiency of curbside recycling collection can have a significant effect on peoples recycling behaviour and can even have the greatest influence over the other variables discussed. Additional factors other than the increased ease of recycling also contribute to the effectiveness of increased service provision as it can have a positive effect on the behavioural norms surrounding recycling in which will be discussed in section 2.3. While a paper by Derksen and Gartrell (1993) did lessen the significance of the effect of curbside collection, saying that environmental attitudes still played a strong role there is an overall agreement in the research that better access to recycling facilities tends to lead to people recycling more (Ball & Lawson, 1990). There is not a clear example from the literature that draws a strong link between socio-demographic factors such as age and gender and to the level in which these people, and with many papers disregarding this link completely (Ilevbare, 2>GET ANSWER