1) ASSIGNMENT 1: After completing the readings then pick one AND USE REFERNCES CITED
A. List, and provide a brief justification for, what in your mind are the major problems of adaptation that people and societies will have to resolve in the twenty-first century.
B. Reflect upon the revolution in speed, ease of communication and the introduction of global symbols. How is this related to personal identity, ethnic identity, or ethnic conflict — to your own
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