Taking Social Media Responsibility
Student's are responsible for what they post online, but also for reporting inappropriate materials they see their friend's posting online as well. This article helps explain the role and responsibility students play in keeping each other safe online.
Who should take responsibility?
Also in the Philosophical Chairs section under Strategy Resources, this article- adpted from the NY Times articles, linked below- offers many differing opinions on who should assume blame for the Bangladesh working conditions.
How to be responsible!
It seems somewhat simple, but in reality we are not always as responsible as we should be, for lots of reasons. This article pin-points exactly how to become more responsible in several easy and specific steps. This article is somewhat long but very easy to read and access- it also comes in two parts. An excellent article to practice taking notes!
The Bangladesh Collapse
BBC Images: Soldier walks through the ruins of a Bangledesh factory post fire.
Over 1,100 people were killed when a factory that makes clothing collapsed in Bangledesh two years ago. The building was not built safely, people were unable to get out, and many blame the companies that own the factory, as well as the people who buy their goods- and if you shop at Walmart, H&M, or Sears, you may be one of them. But who should take the responsibility?