Write a five (5) page paper addressing the three most important lessons learned (the weekly take away lessons) that you have learned in this course. Provide a minimum of four (4) references using APA 6th edition citations form and style. Use those sources, which may come from the text book, journal articles, and websites, as in text citations in your final paper.
The purpose of the Final Essay is for the you to compose an essay that demonstrates your ability to synthesize content from the entire course. The individual paper is worth up to 350 points toward the final grade. In-text source citations, as well as your reference list, should both be in alignment with APA 6th edition citation form and style (See Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (Links to an external site.) for more information. You can also access the FSCJ LibGuide about APALinks to an external site.).
3 the three most important lessons
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Globalization of Disasters
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