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nviting Disaster

Assignment: Read the text “Inviting Disaster” by James Chiles. After reading the text, draft a 2,000 word (minimum) paper addressing the effects of engineering mistakes on society. As a part of this paper, address the following topics:  Trust placed on engineers by the public  Effects of disasters on the public’s perception of the world’s infrastructure  Comment on the miniscule size of the root cause of most disasters and how they can multiply into such horrific end consequences Conclude the paper by discussing methods you PERSONALLY plan on implementing in your career to ensure you are a good steward of the public’s trust. Papers are to be double spaced, Arial font. All APA formatting and citation guidelines are to be followed for these papers. Rubric supplied separately.
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