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For this Discussion, please reflect on your past seven weeks of Discussions and Assignments. Then, consider the organization you work for, or one that you would wish to work for.

Post by Day 4 two to three examples of how you can apply social change through the information/knowledge you learned this quarter in the organization. Be explicit in your discussion post and cite specific examples of how the different assessments from this course will support you in this effort.




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