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Let Them Eat Cake

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Dawn Chegwidden

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Let Them Eat Cake

Let Them Eat Cake
What does the cake represent?
How do you Feel?
How will you divide your piece of cake?
What are you going to do about the situation?






Unequal distribution of cake
"Structural scarcity"--There may be enough of the resource to go around but it is not distributed fairly.


How does this activity relate to the real world?
What are some real examples of people trying to "get more cake"?
Debate
The United States contributes more wealth and products to the world market, so therefore has the right to use more of the world’s resources.

Everyone must take a side, state reason for agreeing or disagreeing, can switch sides if convinced, no can speak a second time until everyone else has spoken once, and most of all be convincing but respectful of others when making your arguments

Do you like your group possibility?
How resources are actually distributed in the world, based on per capita Gross National Income(GNI) adjusted for purchasing power parity(PPP)
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