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  • 00:30

    Chaebol Undercover: Life Inside Corporate Korea

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    This is part two of a conversation with Michael Prentice, a PhD Candidate in the University of Michigan’s Department of Anthropology, on South Korea's hugely influential Chaebol. 
    Our fundraising campaign is now live at  https://www.patreon.com/thekoreafile?ty=h      Every dollar you pledge supports independent journalism and helps keep this podcast on the air!
    Prentice interned for a year at a Seoul-area company, conducting semi-covert academic research on the country's unique corporate culture. On this episode, he discusses Korean corporate security protocol and the complex relationship between Chaebol development and the narrative structure of Korean history. He also explains how he obtained his position as an undercover anthropologist.  Music on this episode is from Shin Jung Hyun & The Donkeys feat. Lee Jung Hwa with their 1969 single 'My Hearts': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9c0fjMVhwPM The episode image is of Heather 'Nut Rage' Cho, a vice president of Korean Air and daughter of the airline's chairman. http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/english/oped/opinions/8557-nepotism-south-korea-otherwise-egalitarian-korean-work-culture-nepotisms#sthash.B73TW3S8.dpuf

  • 00:46

    Hispanics In the American revolution

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    Happy 4th of July 2015 from Conversa Cuba Companioni. We wish everyone a safe and happy American Independence day. We want to thank all the veterans of the United States as well as other countries who have aided in America's freedom. Tonight we will be covering the scarcely known yet extremely critical military and monetary contributions that Spanish ,Cuban and other hispanics Including the mythical Ladies of Havana provided to decisively win American Independence from England.From the article Spain and Cuba in the Independence of the United States via amigospais-guaracabuya.org

  • 00:45

    Jesuit Ignatius Loyola "Spiritual Exercises" BUZZ words

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    Key Buzz words, contemplative prayer, experiential Christianity, relational Christianity are key words in understanding spiritual formation.
    The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (composed from 1522–1524) are a set of Christian meditations, prayers and mental exercises, divided into four thematic 'weeks' of variable length, designed to be carried out over a period of 28 to 30 days. They were composed with the intention of helping the retreatant to discern Jesus in his life, leading him to a personal commitment to follow him. Though the underlying spiritual outlook is Catholic, the exercises can also be undertaken by non-Catholics. The 'Spiritual Exercises' booklet was formally approved in 1548 by Paul III.
    The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius form the cornerstone of Ignatian Spirituality[3]—a way of understanding and living the human relationship with God in the world exemplified in the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Although originally designed to take place in the setting of a secluded retreat, during which those undergoing the exercises would be focused on nothing other than the Exercises, in his introductory notes, Ignatius provides a model for completing the Exercises over a longer period without the need of seclusion. The Exercises were designed to be carried out while under the direction of a spiritual director. The Spiritual Exercises were never meant only for the vowed religious. Ignatius of Loyola gave the Exercises for 15 years before he was ordained, and years before the Society of Jesus was even founded. After the Society was formed, the Exercises became the central component of the Jesuit novitiate training program, and they usually take place during the first year of a two year novitiate. Ignatius considered the examen, or spiritual self-review, to be the most important way to continue to live out the experience of the Exercises after their completion.

  • 00:25

    Examining the JFK Assassination: The Physical Evidence

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    The second part in a series related to the JFK assassination.  This episode looks at the physical eivdence of the crime and analizes it.

  • 00:31

    Welcome

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    Welcome to the new home of From The Mountain2 The Valley Civil Rights Radio!!!! Stay Tuned!!!!

  • 00:30

    Claire Clairmont - Regency Rebel

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    Claire Clairmont was arguably part of one of the most famous summers ever spent in literary history, in Switzerland .  The step-sister of Mary Shelley, sister-in-law of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Claire was also the lover of George, Lord Byron and mother of his child.  She was witness to the birth of Frankenstein and Polidori's the Vampyr.  Her later life inspired Henry James novel The Aspern Papers. So who really was Claire Clairmont, and what happened to her after the years when she was the third wheel to Mary and Percy Shelley?

  • 01:26

    Slave and Slaveholder Descendants Collaborating

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    Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, January 27, 2012 starting at 9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 7pm Mountain and 6pm Pacific with special host Angela Walton-Raji of the African Roots Podcast. This week our show is entitled Walking Together on the Same Path:  Slave and Slaveholder Descendants, Collaborating. Our special guests will include Bernice Bennett, a South Carolina researcher and host of the "Research at the National Archives & Beyond" radio show here on Blog Talk Radio. Bernice will speak about finding and meeting a descendant of her ancestor's slave holder; then Betty McDade, genealogist and researcher of Edgefield, South Carolina who is a descendant of slave holders and works diligently to document the history of slaves held by her ancestors and throughout the community; and also Toni Carrier, host of the Lowcountry Africana website, who works to document descendants of slaves in the Low Country, and has worked with both slave holder descendants and slave descendants in Hilton Head, South Carolina. And, as usual, you never know what other aspects of genealogy and family history will be covered at GeneaBloggers Radio so tune in! GeneaBloggers Radio is about the most fun you can have with your genealogy on a Friday night!

  • 01:31

    Return Viewer's Guide #5

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    Tonight I am going to do a bit of updating. Also I may play a couple of tunes. Then I am going to have a look at the first part of my fifth Return Viewer's Guide. Thanks for joining me.__ 1. Shortly, a very massive crater covered forward rolling moon coloured object is going to roll down across between the Earth and the Moon. The forward rolling, slowly sinking object crosses between the Earth and the Moon moving from the upper left to the lower right.

    2. The object is smaller than the Moon. The object crosses at a point between the Moon and Earth at a point far enough out from the Moon towards the Earth so that the object's smaller size, relative to the size of the Moon, is able to completely obscure or eclipse the Moon.

    3. At a certain point the total eclipse ends. The Moon's light emerges above the object's upper right horizon and is spread out wide open to the right and upper right of the object. I think of it as "Moon Rise." Obviously the Moon does not actually "rise," instead the crossing object's surface is sinking down allowing the Moon to be seen above it's forward rolling surface and especially to the right were the Moon's light opens up and spreads out.

    4. When the object is crossing between the Earth and the Moon the Sun's light that has reflected off the Moon's surface and is now traveling toward the viewer on Earth becomes transformed as it passes over the crossing object's fast moving, forward rolling, slowly sinking surface.
    The Moon's light suddenly does not look or behave at all like the sight of the Moon. Some sort of very fantastic effect is generated and/or caused by the crossing object's forces. 5. The object's largest surface feature, as far as I know, is a rounded smoothly curved raised area. It rolls up into view over the top of the forward rolling, forward moving, slowly sinking object.

  • 01:30

    Michael Feeley and Paul Mamigonian interview Rosie

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    Michael Feeley and Paul Mamigonian interview Rosie who has researched the meanings of words for many years. In this episode they talk about her research into the Sanskrit meanings of biblical stories and alike and the origin of the characters who have a deeper esoteric meaning. This is a fascinating insight into the world of words.
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  • 00:08

    donald trump and the illumiti

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  • 00:24

    Warrior Writers: The 21st Century

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    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."
    This week's episode will focus on the US Navy and Marine Corps from the attacks of September 11th, 2001 to today.
    Today's episode finishes up this 14-part series will takes you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.
    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.
    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.