Exploring the Concept of Sustainable Development Through Role-Playing
AbstractThe concept of sustainable development is used in everyday life by the general public, alongside researchers, institutions, and private companies. Nevertheless, its definition is far from being unequivocal. Clarifying the outline of the concept seems necessary. We have created a role-play for this purpose. Our article aims at depicting its main features and sequencing.
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Publication status: Published, Journal of Economic Education, 2011, 42, 4, 388-394
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education ; role-play ; sustainable development;
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