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  1. According to the guide, the topic should be related to a current issue such as terrorism (which is the main topic of my EE), migration, energy security, etc. As the EE Guide suggests, one must have global awareness. Which consists of: > global sensitivity—a sensitivity to local phenomena and experiences as manifestations of broader developments on the planet• global understanding—the capacity to think in flexible and informed ways about issues of global significance• global self—a developing perception of self as a global actor and member of humanity, capable of making a positive contribution to the world. "An extended essay in world studies is expected to show that the student possesses a knowledge and understanding of relevant theories, research methods, or findings in the selected IB Diploma Programme subjects." (also quoted from guide) keep these in mind while working on your essay! As for the primary data collection, it apparently is required in every EE subject.
  2. Sooo... I've recently written an Extended Essay and am about to go back to school, due to the end of summer break down here in the Southern Hemisphere. "To what extent is the USA's response to the attacks and threats of the ISIS justifiable, according to the UN's denial of permission?" Do you believe that this question belongs in World Studies? This regard terrorism in a very comtemporary aspect due to the recently uprising extremist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Please let me know soon!
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