Learning Initiative - Namie Township, Fukushima, Japan, Case Study
Learning Initiative - Namie Township, Fukushima, Japan, Case Study

Namie Township, Fukushima, Japan, Case Study

Jul 24, 2015

This case study of ethical decisions, developed by Learning Initiative Inc., is based on archival data at Namie Township, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, from the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis. Posted with kind permission.

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