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Making A Case For Agriculture: Developing A Framework For Teaching Issues Communication in Agricultural Sciences

Meyers, C. A.
Texas Tech University
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Objective 1: Enhance agriculture and natural resource instructors' abilities to teach the issues communication process through a case study approach.Objective 2: Increase students' awareness and knowledge of FANH issues.Objective 3: Increase students' critical thinking skills in terms of the communication process associated with FANH issues.
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National Institute of Food and Agriculture
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