Lights, Camera, Action! The Role of SCRUM in Parliament
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Young scholars explore the purpose of SCRUM in Canadian government, and the roles played by both politicians and the media during SCRUM. They assume roles as politicians and media personnel and stage a SCRUM of their own.
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