Subject: International Relations
Please note that this homework has parts 1 and 2. See the instructions for more details.
Homework Part 1
Click here to read “Think globally, act locally”
Then answer the following question.
1. In communities in which you are familiar, whether you are living in the place where you grew up or in a different community at the present time, what issues do you see around you that could be alleviated by the idea to “think globally, act locally”?
What is the local issue and how does it relate to global issues? On a global level, explain what actors create/perpetuate the issue, if applicable, or conversely what actors work to address the issue and how?
(Be sure to think about what could be done by who on the local level to prepare for the final assignment in this class.)
2. Please be sure to reference your sources in Turabian format.
Part 1: 350-400 words excluding references, APA format, and a minimum of 3 references
Homework Part 2: write a letter to someone related to the local issue you highlighted on your homework
See the attached document for instructions.
Part 2: Letter
For this homework, write a letter to someone related to the local issue you highlighted on your homework. You don’t need to provide your return address for the assignment, but you’ll need to include it if you decide to send your letter. Provide the name, position, and mailing address of one person you could contact regarding the local issue at the top of your submission. Then write a four paragraph (no more than 2 single spaces pages, including references) letter using this format:
Paragraph 1: introduce yourself and explain the problem;
Paragraph 2: explain the relevant history of the problem (cite your sources);
Paragraph 3: explain concepts and theories related to the problem (cite your sources); and,
Paragraph 4: propose possible solutions and explain what you want this person to do.
Your letter should have a professional tone and look and follow standard letter format. Add legitimacy to your claims by providing citations using the Turabian style and include a list of your references (required). Use 12 pitch, Times New Roman font and 1 inch margins.
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