Archive for the ‘Japan’ Tag

Aid within Contextual Lens – Japan   1 comment

I blogged about Japan a few weeks ago as a backlash to the knee-jerk reaction the international community was undertaking; my school/university is no different. In the piece, I was critical of what my colleagues are doing to assist the Japanese who are in dire need, selling bracelets and the monies going to victims of […]

Posted April 5, 2011 by Travis Warrington in Development

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Knee-Jerk Reaction: Japan   2 comments

Picture credit I was very busy with final papers when the disaster in Japan occurred. Since then, the death toll has climbed, survivors are in need, radiation has leaked, and the international community has sprung into action to assist. As a young child, I was taught to never do anything unless one does it correctly; […]

Posted March 23, 2011 by Travis Warrington in Development

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