30 Jun 2014
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Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising opens the door to the possibilities of social enterprise, harnessing students’ idealism and desire to ‘make a difference’. The book is organised around three key questions: Why should I care?, What could I do?, and What should I know? and provides an overview of issues, theories and practical knowledge that enables students to understand the world of the 21st Century and to be equipped to participate as active citizens. It explores the key themes of social justice, human rights and cultural awareness through practical, real life Australian/Pacific case studies.
- Case studies and interviews throughout the book help illustrate the principles discussed, as well as show examples of the possibilities of social enterprise.
- ‘Spotlight on …’ feature boxes illuminate a particular idea, practice or person.
- Research questions offer an opportunity for an inquiry-based learning process where further information, ideas and theory can be gathered.
- Class exercises provide a starting place for problem-based learning.
4. Leadership with a Conscience
Case Study: Reflections on Critical Cultural Awareness: The Case of Show Me Your World Tour
Susanna Chamberlain – Lecturer, School of Humanities, Griffith University
Kerrie Foxwell-Norton – Senior lecturer, School of Humanities, Griffith University
Heather Anderson – Lecturer, School of Communication, International Studies and Languages, University of South Australia
Malcolm D. Brown
Fiona Kumari Campbell
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