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    Twitter, Facebook and Pirates Twitter, Facebook and Pirates Presentation Transcript

    • On your whiteboards: Answer the following: 1. Where is 21st century piracy happening? 2. How are we linked to modern piracy? 3. Why are there pirates in Somalia?
    • For me: 1. Gulf of Aden is one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world 2. Interdependence through trade means that I have to pay higher prices. Ships from India and China travel through the Gulf of Aden 3. There are huge development issues in Somalia, traditional fish stocks are running low
    • Your Mission: Produce information that addresses the stereotypes of my Personal Learning Network. The outcome will be shared via social media
    • List 5 words that you associate with Pirates
    • Produced using wordle.net and used under creative commons license
    • Your Mission: Produce information that addresses the stereotypes of my Personal Learning Network. The outcome will be shared via social media
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    • People in Somalia turn to piracy because they are poor
    • Prove it! QuickTimeª and a YUV420 codec decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    • People in Somalia turn to piracy because they are poor GDP per capita : $600 $36,600 Life Expectancy : 49 years 79 years
    • Your Mission: Produce information that addresses the stereotypes of my Personal Learning Network. The outcome will be shared via social media