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Teori Retorika oleh Aristoteles
 
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Setiap saat manusia melakukan komunikasi, sebagai makhluk sosial manusia senantiasa ingin berhubungan dengan manusia lainnyai . Dengan mengenal komunikasi kita jadi lebih mengerti dan bisa mengetahui bagaiman komunikasi yang baik, berikut saya membahas mengenai salah satu teori komunikasi dalam konteks publiks, yaitu teori retorika. --- Software: - Adobe Photoshop (edit content) - Adobe Priemere Pro - Adobe Audition (VO) --- References: Em Griffin, A First Look of Communication Theory, (8th/9th Edition), McGraw Hill Richard West and Lynn H. Turner, Introducing Communication Theory: Analysis and Application, (4th/5th Edition), Mc Graw Hill Higher Education https://www.kompasiana.com/alanreihan/teori-retorika_54f9014fa33311a13d8b491a --- Credits: - All names and/or references, are inteded for educational purpose only - Kevin MacLeod - Carefree for awesome music - And a massive THANK YOU to everyone for watching this and for all of your support!
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What is SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY? What does SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY mean?
 
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What is SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY? What does SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY mean? SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY meaning - SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY definition - SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A social identity is the portion of an individual's self-concept derived from perceived membership in a relevant social group. As originally formulated by Henri Tajfel and John Turner in the 1970s and the 1980s, social identity theory introduced the concept of a social identity as a way in which to explain intergroup behaviour. Social identity theory is best described as a theory that predicts certain intergroup behaviours on the basis of perceived group status differences, the perceived legitimacy and stability of those status differences, and the perceived ability to move from one group to another. This contrasts with occasions where the term "social identity theory" is used to refer to general theorizing about human social selves. Moreover, and although some researchers have treated it as such, social identity theory was never intended to be a general theory of social categorization. It was awareness of the limited scope of social identity theory that led John Turner and colleagues to develop a cousin theory in the form of self-categorization theory, which built on the insights of social identity theory to produce a more general account of self and group processes. The term social identity approach, or social identity perspective, is suggested for describing the joint contributions of both social identity theory and self-categorization theory.
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Major Sociological Paradigms: Crash Course Sociology #2
 
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This week we introduce sociology’s three major theoretical paradigms, and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each paradigm. Crash Course is made with Adobe Creative Cloud. Get a free trial here: https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud.html *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Les Aker, Robert Kunz, William McGraw, Jeffrey Thompson, Jason A Saslow, Rizwan Kassim, Eric Prestemon, Malcolm Callis, Steve Marshall, Advait Shinde, Rachel Bright, Kyle Anderson, Ian Dundore, Tim Curwick, Ken Penttinen, Caleb Weeks, Kathrin Janßen, Nathan Taylor, Yana Leonor, Andrei Krishkevich, Brian Thomas Gossett, Chris Peters, Kathy & Tim Philip, Mayumi Maeda, Eric Kitchen, SR Foxley, Justin Zingsheim, Andrea Bareis, Moritz Schmidt, Bader AlGhamdi, Jessica Wode, Daniel Baulig, Jirat -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Walter Isaacson: "The Innovators" | Talks at Google
 
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The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution Walter Isaacson and two pioneers of the Internet, Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn, discuss Isaacson's new book, and how their collaboration changed the way the world communicates. In his new book, The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution, Walter Issacson explores the power of creative and disruptive innovation. This conversation, led by Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist, and delves into Isaacson's story of the Digital Revolution and the people who made it happen. "
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George Lakoff: How Brains Think: The Embodiment Hypothesis
 
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Keynote address recorded March 14, 2015 at the inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science in Amsterdam
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How the New Neurosexism Helps Sustain the Status Quo by Dr Cordelia Fine
 
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http://odu.curtin.edu.au/atnwexdev/clareburton.cfm Dr Cordelia Fine presented her fascinating and occasionally humorous lecture on 'How the New Neurosexism Helps Sustain the Status Quo: Charting the Journey from Scanner to Sound Bite to Society', at Curtin University on 11th November 2011, as part of the Clare Burton Memorial Lecture. Dr Fine will show how stereotypes created in the name of science have influenced attitudes and behaviour in the workplace in self-fulfilling ways and how they still interfere with our trajectory towards real equality. Do not miss this revealing and intriguing examination of yet another subtle barrier to women's rightful equality. It is hard to believe but gender biased notions of male 'superiority' and other forms of sexual inequality may still be deriving their power from scurrilous claims that science proves that women are inferior - otherwise known as 'neurosexism'. Dr Cordelia Fine, Associate Professor, Centre for Ethical Leadership, University of Melbourne educated at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, and now an expert psychologist, neuroscientist and highly successful author, puts it this way: For as long as there has been brain science there have been misguided explanations and justifications of sex inequality: women's skulls are the wrong shape; their brains too small; their hemispheres too unspecialized. These hypotheses are eventually hurled on the scientific scrap heap - but not before they become part of cultural lore, and reinforce social attitudes about men and women in ways that hinder progress towards greater sex equality.
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LIVE: Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh (Day 3)
 
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Confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett #Kavanaugh (Day 3) - LIVE at 9:30am ET on C-SPAN3, C-SPAN Radio & online here: https://cs.pn/2NXalKI
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Contemporary Collective Bargaining: Professor Harry Katz Outlines Emerging Strategies
 
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A live-streamed conversation with Professor Harry Katz, lead author of "An Introduction to U.S. Collective Bargaining and Labor Relations, 5th Edition." The textbook, written with Cornell Professor Alex Colvin and MIT Professor Tom Kochan, explores emerging and traditional domestic and international developments in collective bargaining and labor relations. How management and unions strategize contract negotiations and administration and how those processes compare to non-union practices will be covered by Katz, director of ILR’s Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution and the school’s Jack Sheinkman Professor. Income inequality, the public sector, labor rights in the global supply chain, the growing influence of NGOs and cross-national unionism are among topics covered in the book, published by Cornell University Press.
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Snow Tha Product - “Nights" (feat. W. Darling)
 
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"Making A Mark - November 4, 2016 Session 1"
 
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4:00pm - Welcome and Introduction to conference (John Bodel and Stephen Houston) Session 1: Marking Meaning (John Bodel presiding) 4:30pm - “Making the First Marks: Early Homo sapiens and the Development of Graphic Mark-making during the Late Pleistocene Period”,Genevieve von Petzinger (University of Victoria, British Columbia) 5:15pm - “Explaining the Curious Ubiquity of Graphic Numeration”, Stephen Chrisomalis (Wayne State University, Detroit) Humans have an urge, even a compulsion, to mark meaning through visible graphs. These signs range from coats of arms to emojis, potter’s marks to gang signs, and Paleolithic graphs to ISOTYPE or other cross-linguistic vehicles for communicating ideas. All can project meaning directly, without necessary recourse to language. For all their importance, however, there is little of a comparative nature to probe their use, meaning, makers, setting, and variance, or what they share as an expressive potential of all humans. In this conference, specialists in diverse scriptural and semiological systems explore semasiography, the phenomenon of non-linguistic forms of graphic communication organized into patterned, often codified ways. Talks address the techniques and systems employed in such mark-making, the media and modes of representation, and the uses and limitations of symbols and graphemes. The overall objective is to underscore the vitality of such visible signs at all times and periods, and to delight in their wondrous variety. November 4, 2016 Brown University
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K Camp - Comfortable
 
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10. Don Quixote, Part I: Chapters XXXVI-LII
 
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Cervantes' Don Quixote (SPAN 300) González Echevarría starts by commenting on three of the returns and repetitions (characters who reappear and incidents that, if not repeated, recall previous incidents) that take place at the end of part one of the Quixote and which give density to the fiction: the galley slaves, Andrés, and the postprandial speech or the speech on arms and letters. Don Quixote's insanity not only gives him a certain transcendence, but also shows the arbitrariness of laws, which causes their rejection by society and other characters' insane behavior. González Echevarría comments on the intersection between literature and history before moving on to the captive's tale, the culmination of those intertwined stories, in which religious conversion overcomes social barriers and transcends the neo-platonic convergence of opposites in Renaissance plots. With his creation of Don Quixote, the first hero-fugitive from justice in the Western tradition--a "highway robber," as the officer of the Holy Brotherhood calls him--Cervantes has created the first important novelistic protagonist drawn from the legal archives. His is the case of the insane hidalgo who set out to act out chivalric fantasies and in the process committed a series of crimes. And yet, he is the agent of Providence. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Returns and Repetitions 08:15 - Chapter 2. The Postprandial Speech 24:34 - Chapter 3. The Captive's Tale 40:05 - Chapter 4. A Very Strange Episode 43:03 - Chapter 5. Remarks about the End of Part I Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2009.
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Stare Into The Lights My Pretties
 
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We live in a world of screens. The average adult spends the majority of their waking hours in front of some sort of screen or device. We're enthralled, we're addicted to these machines. How did we get here? Who benefits? What are the cumulative impacts on people, society and the environment? What may come next if this culture is left unchecked, to its end trajectory, and is that what we want? *Stare Into The Lights My Pretties* investigates these questions with an urge to return to the real physical world, to form a critical view of technological escalation driven by rapacious and pervasive corporate interest. Covering themes of addiction, privacy, surveillance, information manipulation, behaviour modification and social control, the film lays the foundations as to why we may feel like we're sleeprunning into some dystopian nightmare with the machines at the helm. Because we are, if we don't seriously avert our eyes to stop this culture from destroying what is left of the real world. WATCH HERE https://stareintothelightsmypretties.jore.cc/ SEGMENTS 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:04:03 - “Progress” 0:16:58 - No Accident 0:23:10 - Mindset (Screen Culture) 0:51:12 - It’s All About Me! 1:10:48 - The Megamachine 1:16:52 - Creeping Normalcy 1:33:02 - Vegged Out 1:39:43 - It’s Full of Sugar and It Tastes So Nice 1:56:50 - The Real World 2:06:13 - Credits VOICES Susan Greenfield, Katina Michael, Derrick Jensen, Lelia Green, Roger Clarke, Nicholas Carr, Sherry Turkle, Douglas Rushkoff, Lewis Mumford, Eli Pariser, Andrew Keen, Clifford Nass, Rebecca Mackinnon, Bruce Schneier, Jerry Mander, Jeff Chester. CREDITS Written and Directed by Jordan Brown. Original camera by Jordan Brown, Masao Tamaoki and James Tomalin. Music by Jore, Sigur Rós, The Cinematic Orchestra, Ólafur Arnalds, Bonobo, Soundsource, Bzaurie, Clark, Rollmottle, Ma Spaventi, Nils Frahm, Max Richter, Eunoia and Seame Campbell. Additional footage credit where credit is due is made out to respective creators, some of whom are: Em Styles, Katerina Vittozzi, Eric De Lavarène, Isabelle Delannoy, Brian Frank, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Ivan Cash, Yordan Zhechev, Ron Fricke, Monika Fleishmann, Raymond Delacruz, Rob Featherstone, Michael Mcsweeney, Juan Falgueras, Trevor Hedge, Jean Counet, David Kleijwegt, Godfrey Reggio, Naomi Ture, Chris Zobl, Siddharth Hirwani, Melly Lee, Refik Anadol, Marc Homs, Schnellebuntebilder, Kyle Littlejohn, Tobias Gremmler, Marina Wanderlust, Kristopher Lee, Brandon Johnson, Nicolas Fevrier, Judd Frazier, Ben Stevens, David Fedele, Frank Wiering, Rob Mcbride, Vido Yuandao, Justine Ezarik, David Machado Santos, Vasco Sotomaior, Wolfgang Strauss, Kornhaber Brown, Matthew Epler, James Kwan, China Techy, BigThink, Gigaom, Inc. Magazine, The Guardian, TED, TEDx, BBC, ABC, CNN, Indymedia; and all further credit where credit is due for unknown or unattributed creators whose work appears. Content creators and/or participants may or may not agree with the views expressed in this film, which was made with no budget, not-for-profit, and is released to the world for free for the purposes of critical discourse, education, and for cultivating radical social and political change.
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What is a petroculture? Conjectures on energy and global culture
 
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How can you use energy as a critical component of cultural and literary analysis? Does making a link between a specific energy system and a previously defined literary or cultural period, movement, or aesthetic form open up new ways of analyzing texts and cultural forms? While the energy humanities have insisted (correctly) that we imagine modernity as deeply shaped by fossil fuels, the outcome of this energy periodization is different than we might hope or imagine. This talk will outline the critical possibilities and limits that come with the introduction of energy into social and cultural analysis. Followed by a panel discussion with: Rania Ghosn, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, MIT School of Architecture + Planning Caroline A. Jones, Professor of Art History, MIT School of Architecture + Planning Rosalind Williams, Bern Dibner Professor of the History of Science and Technology, MIT Program on Science, Technology, and Society This talk was presented on October 11, 2017 as part of the IHS Markit Seminar Series. About the speaker: Imre Szeman is Canada Research Chair in Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta and professor of communication and culture at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He conducts research and teaches in the areas of energy and environmental studies, critical and cultural theory, and social and political philosophy. His work focuses on the social and cultural changes necessary to enable energy transition, namely, the transition from oil to other energy systems.. Recent books he co-edited include Fueling Culture (Fordham UP, 2017), Energy Humanities(Johns Hopkins UP, 2017), and Petrocultures (McGill-Queen’s UP, 2017). ___ The MIT Energy Initiative is MIT’s hub for energy research, education, and outreach. Learn more at http://energy.mit.edu.
The Weeknd - D.D.
 
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The Scarlet Letter Audiobook by  Nathaniel Hawthorne | Audiobook with subtitles
 
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This book tells the story of Hester Prynne, a young woman who conceives a child while her husband is missing at sea. The Puritan Elders of the New England settlement of Boston, where she lives, condemn her to wear a scarlet letter A to signify her adultery. She refuses to name her lover, and he too keeps his silence, but with a terrible cost. The tale is prefaced with an account of the Salem Custom-house where Nathaniel Hawthorne was working when he began writing The Scarlet Letter. Summary by Cori Samuel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel HAWTHORNE Genre(s): Literary Fiction Chapters: 0:20 | 0a - The Custom-House—Introductory to 'The Scarlet Letter' 23:30 | 0b - The Custom-House—Continued 54:20 | 0c - The Custom-House—Concluded 1:42:14 | Chapter 1 - The Prison-Door 1:45:44 | Chapter 2 - The Market-Place 2:08:55 | Chapter 3 - The Recognition 2:30:22 | Chapter 4 - The Interview 2:46:28 | Chapter 5 - Hester at Her Needle 3:10:01 | Chapter 6 - Pearl 3:34:25 | Chapter 7 - The Governor's Hall 3:50:42 | Chapter 8 - The Elf-Child and the Minister 4:11:25 | Chapter 9 - The Leech 4:35:08 | Chapter 10 - The Leech and His Patient 4:58:16 | Chapter 11 - The Interior of a Heart 5:16:03 | Chapter 12 - The Minister's Vigil 5:41:39 | Chapter 13 - Another View of Hester 6:01:14 | Chapter 14 - Hester and the Physician 6:16:11 | Chapter 15 - Hester and Pearl 6:31:14 | Chapter 16 - A Forest Walk 6:45:14 | Chapter 17 - The Pastor and His Parishioner 7:08:33 | Chapter 18 - A Flood of Sunshine 7:23:44 | Chapter 19 - The Child at the Brook-side 7:40:32 | Chapter 20 - The Minister in a Maze 8:06:06 | Chapter 21 - The New England Holiday 8:26:35 | Chapter 22 - The Procession 8:50:59 | Chapter 23 - The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter 9:11:55 |Chapter 24 - Conclusion Our Custom URL : https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks?sub_confirmation=1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.
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Supply Chain Cities - Supply & Command 2018
 
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Yair Rubinstein (Duke University) The Uberization of Everything: Life and Labor in the Logistical City Niccolò Cuppini (SUPSI) Infrastructural media and labour conflict in Northern Italy Silvia Lindtner (University of Michigan) Pleasures of the Hack: Machines, Markets, Supply Chains, China Guillermo León Gómez (Parsons School of Design) Logistical Paradise: Zones of exclusion in Panama’s first port city Hosted by New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication and co-hosted by New York University's Urban Democracy Lab.
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22. Media and the Fertility Transition in Developing Countries (Guest Lecture by William Ryerson)
 
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Global Problems of Population Growth (MCDB 150) Guest lecturer William Ryerson is President of the Population Media Center which produces radio and TV serial dramas in developing countries that aim to effect behavior change on women's status, family planning and AIDS. Working with governments and in-country media professionals, these melodramas run for hundreds of episodes and are watched by millions. Careful research shows major changes in audience knowledge, attitudes and practices. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction of William Ryerson and Population Growth 11:35 - Chapter 2. Population Growth, Women's Rights and Economy 21:03 - Chapter 3. Environment and Population 27:27 - Chapter 4. Mass Media and the Sabido Method 37:53 - Chapter 5. Population Programs in Tanzania and Ethiopia 47:49 - Chapter 6. Population Media Center in Other Countries 01:02:13 - Chapter 7. Questions for William Ryerson Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Customer Experience Case Study: CDC’s Clear Communication Index
 
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In this webinar, Dr. Cynthia Baur from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will explain the tool she and her colleagues built to bring science-based clear communication criteria to public communication products. She will show how they’ve used the criteria to improve audience’s understanding of the agency’s information. Presenter: Dr. Cynthia Baur is the Senior Advisor for Health Literacy and the senior official for the Plain Writing Act at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Produced by DigitalGov University, an initiative of the General Services Administration.
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Kendrick Lamar - Ignorance Is Bliss
 
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Kendrick Lamar O.D 9/15/10 Written by Kendrick Lamar Dir by dee.jay.dave & O.G Michael Mihail
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May 8, 2018 City Council Meeting
 
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City of Niagara Falls Council Meeting for May 8, 2018. You can view the agenda here: https://niagarafalls.civicweb.net/document/9475?splitscreen=true
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Ethnography
 
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Ethnography (from Greek ἔθνος ethnos "folk, people, nation" and γράφω grapho "I write") is the systematic study of people and cultures. It is designed to explore cultural phenomena where the researcher observes society from the point of view of the subject of the study. An ethnography is a means to represent graphically and in writing the culture of a group. The word can thus be said to have a "double meaning," which partly depends on whether it is used as a count noun or uncountably. The resulting field study or a case report reflects the knowledge and the system of meanings in the lives of a cultural group. Ethnography, as the empirical data on human societies and cultures, was pioneered in the biological, social, and cultural branches of anthropology but has also become popular in the social sciences in general—sociology, communication studies, history—wherever people study ethnic groups, formations, compositions, resettlements, social welfare characteristics, materiality, spirituality, and a people's ethnogenesis. The typical ethnography is a holistic study and so includes a brief history, and an analysis of the terrain, the climate, and the habitat. In all cases it should be reflexive, make a substantial contribution toward the understanding of the social life of humans, have an aesthetic impact on the reader, and express a credible reality. An ethnography records all observed behavior and describes all symbol-meaning relations using concepts that avoid casual explanations. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Memetics
 
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This article is related to the study of self-replicating units of culture, not to be confused with Mimesis. Memetics is a theory of mental content based on an analogy with Darwinian evolution, originating from the popularization of Richard Dawkins' 1976 book The Selfish Gene. Proponents describe memetics as an approach to evolutionary models of cultural information transfer. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Chronemics
 
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Chronemics is the study of the role of time in communication. It is one of several subcategories of the study of nonverbal communication. Other prominent subcategories include haptics, kinesics, vocalics, and proxemics. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Nicaraguan Sign Language | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Nicaraguan Sign Language Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= Nicaraguan Sign Language (ISN; Spanish: Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua) is a sign language that was largely spontaneously developed by deaf children in a number of schools in western Nicaragua in the 1970s and 1980s. It is of particular interest to the linguists who study it, because it offers a unique opportunity to study what they believe to be the birth of a new language.
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Dr  Woodcock Interview 2015
 
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On December 3, 2015, Dr. Richard W. Woodcock was interviewed by Dr. Daniel C. Miller. The purpose of the interview was to obtain an oral history of Dr. Woodcock’s life and major contributions to the professions of psychology, school psychology, and education.
Ethnography
 
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Ethnography is a research method designed to explore cultural phenomena where the researcher observes society from the point of view of the subject of the study. An ethnography is a means to represent graphically and in writing the culture of a group. The word can thus be said to have a "double meaning," which partly depends on whether it is used as a count noun or uncountably. The resulting field study or a case report reflects the knowledge and the system of meanings in the lives of a cultural group. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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Priests - JJ [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
 
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From the album "Nothing Feels Natural" , out January 27 2017 on Sister Polygon Records. sisterpolygonrecords.bigcartel.com Directed + edited by Katie Alice Greer Camera by Jonah Takagi
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2016 AAA Invited Session: TALKIN' AND TESTIFYIN' TO BLACK HUMANITY
 
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Title cont. PRODUCING BLACK LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY THEN AND NOW Anthropology and linguistics emerged in the 18th and 19th centuries as means to provide further scientific evidence of human variation. In pursuit, these disciplines shored up impending projects of modern empire and indirectly, became alibis for Atlantic slavery. The last decades of the 20th century ushered in transformative ideas about researcher positionality and accountability within anthropology and “linguistic anthropology” proper; this “experimental turn” was abetted by the proliferation of “native anthropologists” and “native speaker linguists” who interrogated the way knowledge was produced about speakers in their and other Others’ communities (Jacobs 2002; Narayan 1993), like Geneva Smitherman and her revolutionary 1977 text Talkin and Testifyin: The Language of Black America. Black language scholars of that and subsequent eras are indebted to William Allison Davis, St. Clair Drake, Katherine Dunham, Zora Neale Hurston, and Lorenzo Dow Turner, who broke ground in anthropology and language studies in the 1930s and who continue to contribute to our understandings of the languages and cultures of black peoples around the world (e.g., H. Samy Alim, John Baugh, Awad Ibrahim, Sonja Lanehart, Sinfree Makoni, Marcyliena Morgan, Salikoko Mufwene, John and Angela Rickford, Geneva Smitherman, Arthur Spears, Margaret Wade-Lewis, and many others). However, many questions and possibilities linger alongside their enduring contributions, including: What is the work of the black linguistic anthropologist and/or the scholar of black language today? How do contemporary scholars critically and conscientiously mine disciplinary tropes and analytical conventions to stake authoritative claims about black languaging and black speakers, race and language politics, and “ways of seeing” in and beyond the field? What does it mean to bear scholarly witness and pursue scholarly legitimacy within language-oriented disciplines? The presenters situate their work within a short, but prolific history of language and culture scholarship produced explicitly by black scholars. This focus is intentional and respondent to an opportune moment in the field to reconcile the promise and challenges of “native” scholarship concerning black language. Representing three generations of black scholars, the panel includes reflections from prominent anthropologists (Arthur K. Spears, H. Samy Alim, Lanita Jacobs, and Awad Ibrahim) and new work from junior scholars that address discursive constructions and contestations around blackness in the Dominican Republic and a re-theorizing of the discursive survival practice "indirectness" among the Gullah/Geechee. Together, the papers and commentaries consider the following: How do researchers' positionality, stance, and intellectual objective(s) deepen the archive and help produce generative insights in black language research? In what ways do these scholars strategically employ canonical tools like empirical evidence (e.g., transcripts) and analytical paradigms (e.g., discourse analysis, narrative analysis) to translate and explain anew issues of cultural heterogeneity, fragility, suffering, and survival within and beyond black communities? Further, how do/must they re-imagine linguistic and cultural anthropology, sociolinguistics, linguistics, and other sister disciplines in service of such work?
Energy Efficiency for Energy Access: The Role of Social Innovation in Driving Change
 
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This webinar on energy efficiency for energy access—held in partnership with the United Nations Foundation's Energy Access Practitioner Network—focuses on the growing role of social innovation in addressing energy efficiency and energy access. Speakers in the webinar (1) highlight their respective organizations' experience in scaling up social innovations related to energy efficiency and energy access, (2) discuss the crucial role of the actors and the ecosystem around them and (3) provide collective best practices.
2012 GRCC Student Leadership Banquet
 
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Students are recognized for their achievements during the 2012 GRCC Student Leadership Banquet.
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Percussive Pedagogies with the Crunk Feminist Collective
 
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Percussive Pedagogies: Teaching And Being Taught Feminism in Digital Spaceswas a panel on the second day of the Feminist Digital Pedagogies Conference, organized by the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. See the full conference schedule here: http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu/events/725-1-23-1-24-conference-feminist-digital-pedagogies Feminist Digital Pedagogies was held January 23 and 24, 2014. The conference was made possible through the generous support of the SASEP, School of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office, and sponsored by the Institute for Women's Leadership, Rutgers University Libraries, The Margery Somers Foster Center, The School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, and The Digital Humanities Initiative at Rutgers University. Learn more about the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at their website: http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu/
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TuTor COM 480 Week 2 Organizational Communication Analysis Part II – Inter Class-Tutor.com
 
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COM 480 Week 2 Individual Assignment Organizational Communication Analysis Part II – Inter http://class-tutor.com/doc/com-480/com-480-week-2-individual-assignment-organizational-communication-analysis-part-ii-inter/ Resource: The Virtual Organizations Portal Choose one of the three critical events listed below that would affect communication within your selected Virtual Organization: • Leadership changesuch as a change in the chief executive officer or superintendent, political change, or major changes in management department heads • Reorganizationsuch as a merger or takeover; change in community or industry image or stature; gaining or losing accreditation; political change; or major employment changes such as outsourcing, layoffs, expansion, and foreign labor • Crisis within an industry • Business: ethical violations, technological malfunction, major financial loss • Schools: change in stature, ethical violations, violence, major gang or drug incident • Health care: wrongful death, medication error, ethics violation • Government: mismanagement of funds, ethical violations, lack of response or preparedness, conflicting parties Note. You must use your chosen critical event throughout all subsequent weekly assignments. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper. Address how your selected Virtual Organizational critical event affects the following: • Interpersonal communication ethics • Perceptions of power • Communication during conflict • Intercultural and diversity conflict • Communication climate Identify what communications theories apply to this organization. You may choose from the following communications theories: • General Systems theory • Cognitive Dissonance Theory • Social Exchange Theory • Social Penetration Theory • Face-negotiation theory • Any other communication theory you studied in your BS/COM coursework. You may reference Introducing Communication Theory: Analysis and Application by R. West & L.H. Turner in the University Library eBook collection. Explain how the application of a theoretical perspective would help the organization respond to this critical event. Describe how the implementation of effective communication strategies might help the organization overcome this negative situation and arrive at a positive outcome. Include a minimum of four academic sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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Day 2 - Planning Committee Concluding Remarks and Open Discussion
 
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Planning committee members will reflect on the day and then engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Karen S. Rheuban (Chair), University of Virginia Health System Nina M. Antoniotti, Marshfield Clinic Kamal Jethwani, Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health;Harvard Medical School Spero M. Manson, University of Colorado Denver Thomas S. Nesbitt, UC Davis Health System Sherilyn Z. Pruitt, Health Resources and Services Administration Q&A with Audience
GRIT X 2017
 
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"What is a Refugee Crisis?": Session 1
 
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"What is a Refugee Crisis?" March 11, 2016 Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University This year, events in the Middle East, Africa and Europe have led to popular movements that have been described as the largest refugee crisis since WWII. This demands a response, and how this crisis is defined, mediated, and understood is central to the responses (global and local, personal and political, affective and activist) that can be generated. This day-long symposium, along with an accompanying visual archive, considers the question of "what is a refugee crisis?" focused on media combined with political theory. SESSION 1 Speakers: Thomas Keenan, Bard College "Humanitarian, Relief" Sarah Tobin, Middle East Studies, Brown University "Vulnerabilities" Itamar Mann, Georgetown Law Center "Survival, Freedom" Nicola Perugini, Italian Studies/Middle East Studies, Brown University "Lip Sewing" Chair: Bonnig Honig, Political Science/modern Culture and Media, Brown University
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Reflections on HBO’s "Show Me a Hero"
 
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“Show Me a Hero,” David Simon’s new HBO miniseries on the 1980s fight over public housing in Yonkers, New York, provides an excellent opportunity to explore the legacy of housing policies and their impact on communities. The Urban Institute hosted a panel discussion in Washington on Sunday, September 27, 2015, to reflect upon the struggle to desegregate housing in Yonkers in the late 1980s and how the themes, lessons, and challenges raised in the show still resonate today.
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PlayStation Presents - PSX 2017 Opening Celebration | English CC
 
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Join us as we kick off PSX 2017 with PlayStation Presents, starting at 8 PM Pacific on Friday December 8th. Listen in on candid discussions with some of PlayStation’s top developers, get the latest on some of the biggest games coming in 2018, and be the first to witness some special announcements.
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Gamification & Us: Promises and Challenges of a Gameful World
 
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MIT CMS.701 Current Debates in Media, Spring 2015 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/CMS-701S15 Instructor: Sebastian Deterding, Gabrielle Trepanier Jobin Guest lecture by Sebastian Deterding, assistant professor in the Game Design program in the College of Arts, Media and Design of Northeastern University License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Composting Strategies for Colleges and Universities
 
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Universities and colleges generate wasted food from many sources: dining commons, on-campus restaurants, residence halls, sporting venues, and university events. By reducing food sent to landfills or incinerators, schools can save money and reduce their environmental impact. This webinar will hopefully serve to energize students and faculty to take action to reduce or eliminate food waste on campuses throughout the U.S. As part of the Food Recovery Challenge (FRC), EPA is working with schools everyday to secure the FRC commitment of reducing food waste. One great way to do this is to compost the food scraps generated on your campus. This webinar is designed to identify the factors you need to consider and to provide you with the technical information you'll need to start a campus composting program. There are over 100 colleges and universities participating in the Food Recovery Challenge as of December 5, 2013. Whether your school has been composting for years or is just beginning to contemplate a composting program, the information presented in this webinar should be useful. Food Recovery Challenge http://www.epa.gov/smm/foodrecovery/ Agenda --------------------------------------------------------- [1:19] Food Recovery Challenge Introduction [9:30] Technical Presentation: Aerated Static Piles [43:52] Case Study #1: Lafayette College [1:11:47] Case Study #2: University of Maine [1:42:11] Questions & Answers Technical support for this video production was provided by the Environmental Sustainability Resource Center (ESRC). Web site: http://esrconline.org
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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Audiobook by A. Conan Doyle | P1 of 3 | Unabridged full audiobook
 
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chapters: 0:30 | story 1- A Scandal in Bohemia 55:25 |story 2 - The Red-Headed League 1:54:12 | story 3 - A Case of Identity 2:37:11 | story 4 - The Boscombe Valley Mystery Best of Librivox :The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (version 4) Sir Arthur Conan DOYLE The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of 12 short stories that were originally illustrated by Sidney Paget. These are the first set of short stories that were published and followed the publishing of his first 2 novels, A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of the Four. - Summary by David Clarke Genre(s): Crime & Mystery Fiction, Detective Fiction Best Librivox Audiobooks Our Custom URL : https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AudiobookAudiobooks?sub_confirmation=1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.
Kristin Hoganson and Jon Lauck at the Global Midwest Conference
 
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Kristin Hoganson introduces Jon Lauck by characterizing the wider relationships that define the global Midwest. For Hoganson, it seems that the Midwest and Appalachia are overlooked by scholars grappling with globalization. She reads a statement from Dr. Robert Warrior, who chose not to attend the conference. Jon Lauck begins his amusing and erudite discussion considering the history and perceptions of the Midwest as “Flyover country”. He laments a recent lack of historical focus surrounding the Midwest. 40 years ago there were several prominent historical journals with a focus on the Midwest. Today, these no longer exist. Further, college history courses with a focus on the Midwest are very rare. One of his goals is to generate new interest in Midwestern history and revive a once vibrant field of study. Lauck considers several contemporary studies debating how to define the Midwest and suggests several fecund avenues for historical research. More information about Kristin Hoganson can be found here: http://www.history.illinois.edu/people/hoganson More information about Jon Lauck can be found here: http://ppc.uiowa.edu/forkenbrock/speaker/jon-lauck Humanities Without Walls is a consortium of 15 universities across the Midwestern United States, based at the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. For more information, visit: http://www.humanitieswithoutwalls.illinois.edu/
Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
 
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Support New Wellness Living and this 'New Thought Series': Via Paypal: paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PQRGZ58MG9EDA Think and grow rich is the most important financial book ever written. Napoleon Hill researched more than forty millionaires to find out what made them the men that they were. In this book he imparts that knowledge to you. Once you've read this book you will understand what gives certain people an edge over everyone else. By following the advice laid out clearly in this book you'll be the one with an edge. It's time to stop wondering what it's like to be rich and start knowing. This book has changed countless lives and it can change yours! Unlike many of the other editions on the market today, this edition is complete and unabridged! Napoleon Hill was an American author in the area of the new thought movement who was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal-success literature. He is widely considered to be one of the great writers on success. His most famous work, Think and Grow Rich (1937), is one of the best-selling books of all time (at the time of Hill's death in 1970, Think and Grow Rich had sold 20 million copies). Hill's works examined the power of personal beliefs, and the role they play in personal success. He became an advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933 to 1936. "What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve" is one of Hill's hallmark expressions. How achievement actually occurs, and a formula for it that puts success in reach of the average person, were the focal points of Hill's books. Works by Napoleon Hill include: The Law of Success (1928) The Magic Ladder To Success (1930) Think and Grow Rich (1937) How to Sell Your Way through Life (1939) Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude (1960) You Can Work Your Own Miracles (1971) Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success: The 17 Principles of Personal Achievement (1997) Grow Rich!: With Peace of Mind The Master-Key to Riches Succeed and Grow Rich Through Persuasion (1970) Outwitting the Devil (2011) Source: Wikipedia.org | Amazon.com
Revitalizing Syracuse: Community Strategies to Create Wealth
 
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Joe Minicozzi of Urban3, a consulting firm based in Asheville, NC, addressed how public investments in the built environment affect local business decisions and the fiscal health of government. Minicozzi is a native of Upstate New York. Panelists included Andrew Fish of CenterState CEO and Honora Spillane of the Syracuse Industrial Development Agency. This event was co-sponsored by the Syracuse Downtown Committee and the New York State Association of REALTORS.
HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS, HE'S GOT THE WIND AND THE RAIN, TINY LITTLE BABY IN HIS HANDS
 
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Conspiracy theorists are insane in the spam! We were spammed this video, so we sped it up for your enjoyment and laughter at the conspiracy theorist crazies falsely accusing whole industries of somehow being a part of some hand-sign-symbolism agenda to influence and subvert all people. What a joke! They're just not that organized and why would they do such a thing? Conspiracy Theorists are INSANE. Such BS. It's all fake and a joke. POSTING THIS VIDEO TO SHOW HOW RIDICULOUS THEY ARE! THE HAND SIGN MEANS PEACE. GET OVER YOURSELF FOOLS. THEY LIKE MAKEUP. THEY LIKE TATTOOS WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT. IT'S JUST ART, STOP SAYING IT'S THE DEVIL OR SATAN. PAUL ELAM IS SATAN Are you Satan? You need "The Rational Male" by Rollo Tomassi Link to his book: http://wp.me/p3P5mL-65 Paul Elam, SATAN, comes clean with the truth, and this sends Elizabeth Vargas to rehab. You're a Rational Male, therefore, you are Satan, not Santa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij69NeNgdB8 ... THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS YOUR NONSENSE. 1. He´s got the whole world in His hands, |: He´s got the whole world in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. 2. He´s got the wind and the rain in His hands, |: He´s got the wind and the rain in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. 3. He´s got the the tiny little baby in His hands, |: He´s got the the tiny little baby in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. 4. He´s got you and me, brother, in His hands, |: He´s got you and me, brother, in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. 5. He's got ev'rybody here in His hands. |: He's got ev'rybody here in His hands. :| He's got the whole world in His hands. 1. He´s got the whole world in His hands, |: He´s got the whole world in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. He's got the earth and sky in his hands; He's got the night and day in his hands; He's got the sun and moon in his hands; He´s got the whole world in His hands. 2. He´s got the whole world in His hands, |: He´s got the whole world in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. He's got the land and sea in his hands; He's got the wind and rain in his hands; He's got the spring and fall in his hands; He´s got the whole world in His hands. 3. He´s got the whole world in His hands, |: He´s got the whole world in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. He's got the young and old in his hands; He's got the rich and poor in his hands; Yes, he's got ev'ry one in his hands; He´s got the whole world in His hands. He´s got the whole world in His hands, |: He´s got the whole world in His hands, :| He´s got the whole world in His hands. Does this mean peace? Hand signs are just innocent get over it. These people don't worship satan. C'mon it's not like that don't be a fool. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - -just will there juniorsmomma we so hey am woman man his an lol how out up would one when by has more them marriage get time hagmann hi itsme know good h sex think than o had don robomom here even then should turtlesays Sleepingsome daughters any down being muffin these old into well us really rickynlucy botta having traditional such actually far ve christian roseybud female money own getting reply ll college it's withdrawing point needs society keep free ever red dr wrong makes told both anonymous probably end push expect twenties different kids career means nice school few When you're young, you look at television and think, there's a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that's not true. The networks are in business to give people exactly what they want. Steve Jobs Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe. Frederick Douglass Society, Ignorance, Justice When you're young, you look at television and think, there's a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that's not true. The networks are in business to give people exactly what they want. Steve Jobs Business, True, Give People love conspiracy theories. Neil Armstrong Love, Theories The only time I commit to conspiracy theories is when something way retarded happens. Like Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone. Joe Rogan Time, Alone, Acting Secrecy, being an instrument of conspiracy, ought never to be the system of a regular government. Jeremy Bentham Government, System, Instrument Money doesn't mind if we say it's evil, it goes from strength to strength. It's a fiction, an addiction, and a tacit conspiracy. Martin Amis Money, Strength, Mind
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LBCCD - Board of Trustees Meeting - April 25, 2017
 
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Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daQO953CcMA
2015 AAA Invited Session: ARE WE ANTHROPOLOGISTS...
 
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OR ARE WE EMERGENCY RESPONDERS? TRANSFORMING SCHOLARSHIP INTO HUMANITARIAN PRACTICE IN THE EBOLA EPIDEMIC Running from ambulances. Hiding the sick. Washing the dead. After several months of medical intervention into the Ebola crisis in West Africa, reports of supposedly irrational, dangerous behavior emerged from affected countries, along with the sobering statistics that the epidemic was intensifying, rather than abating. Neighboring countries closed their borders, the WHO dragged its feet, and yet medical workers on the ground blamed the disease's spread on local ignorance; that residents of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone were too steeped in “backwards cultural practices”, in the words of Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to engage in productive public health measures. The crisis spurred the anthropology community to mount an unprecedented response impressing the importance of familiarization with local cultural and social factors, rather than branding them impossibly strange, in the humanitarian response. Addressing such factors as the lack of appropriate health communication, militarized quarantine practices, and callous burial protocols, anthropologists in the US and Europe demanded that the epidemic be addressed as a crisis of social knowledge, rather than as an emerging war between expertise and care, on the one hand, and ignorance and selfishness, on the other. Rendering familiar the "strange" responses of affected communities to the international community required the communication of anthropological knowledge in policy- and practically-oriented ways with which most anthropologists have no familiarity, and required new ways of producing and translating knowledge. This panel draws together papers addressing questions about how and why particular bodies of humanitarian knowledge are formed and deployed, and how practices that directly counter human sociality without dialogue or thoughtful alternatives exacerbate, rather than ameliorate, the spread of infectious diseases like Ebola. The papers address such topics as: 1) the formation of the AAA Ebola Emergency Response, and the struggle to translate the social to medical actors; 2) the role of the objectified, exoticized, and dehumanized black body in motivating international response; 3) the complicating factors of care with respect to gender and age; 4) the ethically and culturally dangerous ground of blood draws, diagnostics, and clinical trials; and 5) the ‘capacity for emergency' that caused sudden drops in transmission, and what humanitarians can learn from local knowledge.
Thornton City Council Meeting - March 20, 2018
 
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The 1462nd Regular Meeting of the Thornton City Council To see the entire City Council Meeting with agenda item jump to points visit: http://www.cityofthornton.tv
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2016 Fair Housing and Lending Seminar
 
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This event was held Friday, April 8, 2016 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at City Hall, 701 East Broadway, Columbia, MO. (00:00:00) Introductory Remarks (00:09:26) Fair Housing and Assistance Animals, Rigel C. Oliveri, MU School of Law (01:16:56) Fair Housing Under the Missouri Human Rights Act, Eric Krekel, Missouri Commission on Human Rights (01:56:05) Implicit Bias and Its Impact on Fair Housing and Lending, Jillian Olinger and Kelly Capatosto, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University (02:41:42) Affordable Housing, Randall Cole, City of Columbia, MO

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