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Critical Reflection

The first assignment is an opportunity to engage in a critical discussion with the key concepts and theoretical frameworks found in Weeks 1 to 5. Your task is to select some keywords, concepts, and themes and analyze the arguments and dilemmas that are presented, in a short essay (1000 words). You are expected to explore the insights offered in the course materials and to assess the strengths and/or limitations of the arguments. Your essay should include your perspective, but this is not meant to be an opinion piece; the essay should incorporate material from at least four articles covered in Weeks 1 to 5 readings. The essay will be evaluated on both the clarity and complexity of your arguments. NB: I will provide various links as to weekly readings.
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