The specific target I am investigating is 12.4 PROJECT 1: Global Issues and Local Conditions
This week, you are a social scientist who is investigating the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #12: Ensure Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns. This project will take the form of a report which requires you to do the following: Connect one specific target of this SDG with conditions and efforts being made here in Tampa, FL and propose research assessing USF students’ awareness, habits, or viewpoints, related this specific target. Further, you will be asked to help classmates improve their own reports through peer feedback, a common process undertaken by social science researchers. Linked below are the documents you will need to complete Project 1: Click here to download the Project 1 instructions, rubric, and example Click here to read UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #12: Ensure Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns (Links to an external site.) Click here to review the Goal #12 Targets SPSS is not required for Project 1! PROJECT 1 Posting Instructions: STEP 1: REPORT! A posting of your full report is due by 11:59pm on Sunday (2/2). Your report should address all the components (1 to 4) described in the instructions. I would set aside 3-5 hours to complete this task. Be sure to check the example and the rubric. Proofread your work. Save a copy for future reference. Select the box that reads, “Reply” to post your work (usually copy + paste works, you may then have to edit the work using the buttons above the text box). STEP 2: EVALUATE! Come back to the board before nextWednesday (2/5) at 11:59pm and provide peer-evaluations to two of your classmates. Please read instructions for more details. I would set aside 1 to 2 hours to complete these evaluations. STEP 3: REVISE! Come back to the board before next Sunday (2/9) at 11:59pm and acknowledge any responses your received to your post — substantively address any comments, concerns, etc. If you did not receive any responses, post “No responses” as a reply to your own project. You are invited to post a REVISED version of your project to the discussion board.