Articles Of Society

10 Dec 18
Health Econ Bot

from PSSRU at http://bit.ly/2RPkPy2 on December 10, 2018 at 10:46AM On 17th July 2018, Laurie Batchelder and Diane Fox held the Methods of Measurement in Health and Well-being Research Workshop, sponsored by the Faculty of Social Sciences matched funding award and the Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU). The aim of the workshop was to bring […]

10 Dec 18
Yirah Group

Today’s Kindle deals include a pretty good collection of books from Crossway and other publishers. (Yesterday on the blog: A Pastoral Prayer) Oh, The Sweet Irony of Jordan Peterson’s Fame This comes from a mainstream publication (and includes a bad word or two) but is an interesting look at how Jordan Peterson gained a voice because […]

10 Dec 18
FIER - Fast-track Integration in European Regions

Sarah Lukas is a Junior-Professor of Pedagogic Psychology at Pädagogische Hochschule Weingarten (PH Weingarten) since 2014, and is the responsible person for FIER at this institution. PH Weingarten offers higher education for pedagogical professions through a wide range of courses. The research profile of this institution stems from educational science and related scientific and application-oriented […]

10 Dec 18
EnvironmentalSociology

“It is likely that everyone alive will be living in cities by the end of this century” (University College London, 2018).   When I first read this quote, choosing modules in the summer of last year, my first thought was simple (but I don’t want to live in a city), but I didn’t quite know […]

10 Dec 18
Ki's Blog

When toying with the idea of entering the professional market as a musician with grand ideas that require the insatiable desire to invest all your time and money, the how of making money is often lost. One may think of gigging or recording, both of which demands high expense from the artists pocket in the […]

10 Dec 18
Sarah Dean

From sunrise to sunset, tribeswomen trek for miles and dig for water with their bare hands as the worst drought in decades shows no sign of abating in desolate northwestern Kenya. It’s supposed to be the rainy season but the once wide and flowing river beds are dried up and thousands of animals have died. […]

10 Dec 18
Waverley Web

Just when you thought the Cranleigh Village (Don’t mention the H-word) Trust debacle couldn’t get any worse, enter stage left Batty Bamford. Again!! Batty – has latent ambitions, we’re told, to step into the shoes of the late, unlamented Life of Brian, former Chairman of Cranleigh Parish Council. Bully-Boy-Brian didn’t believe in democracy and whilst, […]

10 Dec 18
Radio Free

Screenshot from Poltergeist, by Stephen Spielberg. Youtube.Brexit, a crisis of economy, culture, identity, belonging – a crisis of the past, the present and the future, now becomes a constitutional crisis. It’s not just that Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have gamed the system for their own personal and political ends – it is the system. […]

10 Dec 18
AchieveForum Blog

Written by Emily Thornton and Heidi Marshall It’s widely acknowledged that the world of work has been transformed since the digital revolution. Everything moves so fast, and companies are forced to continually innovate and adapt in order to survive. The shifted focus from ‘efficiency’ to ‘adaptability’ has a huge impact on both employees and leaders, […]

10 Dec 18
Good Morning Daphne

We publish, in a special day like today, the text of this milestone document: PREAMBLE Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted […]

10 Dec 18
The EU Site

“The difficult lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones”               John Maynard Keynes Keynes’ famous quote has been ringing in my ears for the past few weeks as Britain’s politicians tear themselves apart over Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement with the EU, and its […]

10 Dec 18
Radio Free

Photo Source http://visualrian.com/images/item/850828 | CC BY 2.0 All over Europe, the First World War had brought about a potentially revolutionary situation as early as 1917. In countries where the authorities continued to represent the traditional elite, exactly as had been the case in 1914, they aimed to prevent the realization of this potential by means […]

10 Dec 18
Colorectal Cancer Its Causes And Symptoms

Article written by-Shelton Solomon The American Cancer Society continues to estimate that thousands, even hundreds of thousands, of Americans are affected by cancer every year. With such startling numbers being posted regularly, looking for ways to prevent cancer is more important than ever. In this article we will discuss some of the top cancer fighting […]

10 Dec 18
Video Media Year 2

Production Portfolio: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1HuBHhb0vtdqJVfDKFCMFUg6LlLQPF-fJ?usp=sharing Written exercise ‘JFK (1991)’ In this written exercise I will be commentary on a Video Practitioners work I discovered in the seminar and analyse what I found interesting about them. I will address certain issues I have come across, in their work and throughout the exercise, I will highlight technological constraints they […]

10 Dec 18
Dave Does History

Over the past few weeks I’ve dived back into family history research. Earlier in the year I spent a good couple of months researching into the Hines of Hemyock where a branch of family history from my wife’s gran linked into; it was fascinating to piece together the history of this family and to actually […]