Equipping Students to Own Poverty Via Simulation
           Nancy Trantham Poe, James Madison University, VA
           B. J. Bryson, James Madison University, VA
In light of recent economic conditions and reordering of global priorities, 
it is imperative for faculty to sensitize students to the issue of poverty 
and the realities of economically vulnerable people. Building upon a knowledge 
base of sobering data regarding worldwide poverty, we describe a simulation 
exercise that has proven a “wake-up” call for students’ perspectives on being poor.  

		Academic Exchange Quarterly  Fall 2009: Volume 13, Issue 3  
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