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Who Are You Wearing? Using the Red-Carpet Question Pedagogically
Unformatted Document Text:  APPENDIX Sample Materials from Course: “The Politics of Global Inequality” (POL 124) Sample 1: Discussion Questions: “Sweating the Swoosh – Nike, the Globalization of Sneakers, and the Question of Sweatshop Labor” by Michael Clancy, Case #239 from www.GUISD.org 1. Who are the relevant actors (people, groups, organizations, decision makers, etc.) involved in the case discussion? 2. What are the key issues in the ‘sweatshop dispute’? By whom are these issues being raised? 3. What were Nike’s responses to the issues raised in the ‘sweatshop dispute’ and what motivated each response? 4. What was the overall result and/or final outcome of the dispute? What has happened? 5. Can (& should) businesses be expected to behave differently than Nike? How? 6. Is there a role for governmental involvement in similar disputes? If so, what type of role (and gov’t) do you envision as being needed? 14

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APPENDIX
Sample Materials from Course: “The Politics of Global Inequality” (POL 124)
Sample 1:
Discussion Questions: “Sweating the Swoosh – Nike, the Globalization of Sneakers,
and the Question of Sweatshop Labor” by Michael Clancy, Case #239 from
1. Who are the relevant actors (people, groups, organizations, decision makers, etc.)
involved in the case discussion?
2. What are the key issues in the ‘sweatshop dispute’? By whom are these issues
being raised?
3. What were Nike’s responses to the issues raised in the ‘sweatshop dispute’ and
what motivated each response?
4. What was the overall result and/or final outcome of the dispute? What has
happened?
5. Can (& should) businesses be expected to behave differently than Nike? How?
6. Is there a role for governmental involvement in similar disputes? If so, what type
of role (and gov’t) do you envision as being needed?
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