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the war for biodiversity

1.    This article addresses a lot of moral questions. What was one that you found particularly relevant or important? 2.    Define discourse as used in this article. How do discourses have power? (p.822) 3.    Think about how humans and animals have been portrayed in our case studies. Using one of our cases as an example, explain how discourses worked to shape views of wildlife & people. Were any of these views then reflected in a wildlife policy? 4.    Did this article complicate your views of poaching at all? Do you think the parks’ ‘shoot on site’ orders were a justified wildlife policy? 5.    What do you think Braverman would say about the biopolitics happening in this article?