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SOCI 4362 has a finalproject due called the "Social Autopsy" Students are asked to disect his or her neighborhood and how it pertains to health population.Pick a neighborhood in the proximity of where you live. You will be studying the social environment, and reporting on how it structures opportunities related to health and wellness. You may choose your own neighborhood, but be careful with that, as we tend not to recognize the obvious in our own lives. All locations must be
Is sociology a science? Some would not think so. We will discuss the general view of modern sociology toward science itself, along with social theorists like Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Emile Durkheim. Were the "architects of sociology" geniuses in their own right or are they merely the foundational leaders pointed to for the so-called evils of collectivism? http://www.ScottFreeThinking.net/ http://www.twitter.com/scottlee http://scottfreethinking.tumblr.com/ About Scott... I am a rese
Is sociology a science? Some would not think so. We will discuss the general view of modern sociology toward science itself, along with social theorists like Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Emile Durkheim. Were the "architects of sociology" geniuses in their own right or are they merely the foundational leaders pointed to for the so-called evils of collectivism? http://www.ScottFreeThinking.net/ http://www.twitter.com/scottlee http://scottfreethinking.tumblr.com/ About Scott... I am
We are back with the lovely Tina & I, as I absolutely love my southern wom...er..ALL..all people. I love ALL southern people, not just the women. (smiles) I can't get enough of them, so I'm bringing back THE T. Join us as we step in for a bit, off season on our very own 'summer break' as we discuss the concept of such being extinct.
Also touching upon nosy neighbors, nosy people in our neighborhoods, the small-town mentality, privacy, and more topics stemming from that.
Finishing the show, we go into the paranormal a bit, since Tina is our paranormal chick.
TONIGHT, 06/25/2014 AT 10:30PM, HERE ON DELICIOUS TALK RADIO SEGMENT BRINGING SEXY BACK WE WELCOME OUR SPECIAL GUEST, AUTHOR AND SOCIOLOGY MAJOR SHERE CRANDFORD. SHERE IS A SURVIVIOR OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ABUSE. WE WILL DISCUSS SHERE’S LIFE BEFORE SHE BECAME AN AUTHOR AND HER SELF-PUBLISHED BOOKS. LOG IN AND CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO CHAT IN THE CHAT ROOM. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION IS ENCOURAGED FEEL FREE TO CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS #646-652-2877. YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW, IT’S FOR THE MATURE, 18+ LISTENING AUDIENCE.
As reported on NPR by Joseph Shapiro,
"In Augusta, Ga., a judge sentenced Tom Barrett to 12 months after he stole a can of beer worth less than $2.
In Ionia, Mich., 19-year-old Kyle Dewitt caught a fish out of season; then a judge sentenced him to three days in jail.
In Grand Rapids, Mich., Stephen Papa, a homeless Iraq War veteran, spent 22 days in jail, not for what he calls his "embarrassing behavior" after he got drunk with friends and climbed into an abandoned building, but because he had only $25 the day he went to court....people sometimes go to jail when they fall behind paying these fees.
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Alexes Harris is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington. Her degrees in the field of Sociology are from the University of Washington (B.A., 1997) and the University of California, Los Angeles (M.A., 1999; Ph.D., 2002). Her research and teaching areas include the juvenile and criminal justice systems. She is currently researching the process and consequences of Legal Financial Obligations assessed to individuals convicted of felonies in Washington State and the process of "re-entry" post conviction. Her research has been published in Law and Society Review, The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Race and Social Problems and is forthcoming in the American Journal of Sociology.
Many in the alternative media realm love to talk about the nanny state and world control, and now controls are even more absurd! The US and Britain have officially banned uncharged electronic devices from targeted local and international flights! Are they going too far? A man from Ohio has successfully raised over $50,000 on a Kickstarter quest to make his first potato salad. Isn't it amazing how the most simple things can become the most successful? What does it really take to make manifest? It all starts with an idea, a dream, that starts in the mind, ferments in the heart, and flows through our bodies!
Spiritual Alchemist, Felicia S.C. Gooden, explores hot topics in the mainstream and alternative news, bringing about a unique perspective of philosophical inquiry. A writer and artist, Felicia engages is creative thought in order to bring you the latest news and use the most current events as tools for the transmutation of consicousness
Dr. Patricia Thompson is an award-winning psychologist and management consultant who is passionate about helping her clients flourish. Since 2004, she has advised CEOs and senior leaders to assist them in achieving their best outcomes. She founded Silver Lining Psychology, to teach businesses how to use the science of positive psychology to achieve greater outcomes. She is also the author of The Consummate Leader: a Holistic Guide to Inspiring Growth in Others…and in Yourself.
She has been featured in CNN.com, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, The Network Journal, MindBodyGreen, iVillage, Elephant Journal, CareerBuilder and other sites.
Originally from Alberta, Canada, she completed her B.A. in sociology at the University of Toronto. She then went on to earn her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Georgia State University. As part of her training, she completed a predoctoral internship at the University of Pennsylvania and a postdoctoral fellowship through Emory University’s School of Medicine.
Patricia has taught courses and facilitated seminars at the Wharton Business School, the University of Toronto, Emory University, Spelman College, Georgia State University, and various community organizations. She has also won awards from the American Psychological Association, the Southeastern Psychological Association, and the Georgia Psychological Association for excellence in research. For the past 15 years, she has assisted individual clients of all degrees of functioning and businesses of various sizes to accomplish their goals.
What if a man and woman becoming one is not a commandment, but really how God created us to function best? By taking a glimpse into the Garden of Eden, we can see God’s original intention for men, women, and their partnership with one another. We can understand the differences between the genders and how we were made different on purpose, for a purpose. Discovering this divine purpose is even more fascinating when you see how it is supported by brain science, relationship research, as well as the principles and fundamentals of psychology and sociology. Want to see what the Bible truly reveals about being a wife and a husband?
Join us as we dive into a totally new way of understanding the relationship between the sexes with relationship expert Jennifer Miller. She will be sharing insights from her new book, "No Longer Two: A Guide to How God Created Men, Women, and Marriage."
Before and after the show, please post your questions and comments for Jory and Jennifer on Jory's Facebook Business Page.
Jennifer Miller is a Christian pastor, professional counselor, and author who has dedicated her career to helping individuals, couples, and families strengthen their faith and their relationships.Her new book, “No Longer Two: A Guide to How God Created Men, Women, and Marriage,” is a compilation of all the wisdom she has gained and shared over the years on what truly makes relationships work, as well as how to communicate across the gender gap. It reveals new insights into how men and women think and behave, while also guiding you to understand what the Bible truly has to say about you and marriage. In addition to teaching and writing on marriage and family topics, she serves as the Co-Executive Director of The Center for Living Well, a nonprofit Christian wellness ministry, based in Phoenix, Arizona with divisions in both Canada and Michigan.
Alfreada Brown-Kelly is an author of poetry and professor who lives in Hampton, Virginia. Alfreada is a native of Thibodaux, Louisiana and previously lived in New Orleans, Louisiana for ten years. Alfreada has been writing poetry for many years and has started on a children’s collection called the Victoria E. Kelly Series. Alfreada is a graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia where she received her Master of Science degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice. She is an avid reader who enjoys reading poetry, biographies and Christian and contemporary literature. Transformation of The Mind, Body & Soul is her first book of poetry. Her second book of poetry is The Skin I Am In. Her third book, Why Women Weep, is a women’s anthology that was released in June 2011. Alfreada’s poetry has been featured annually in Ancestral Rites, a poetry anthology published by BookClubEtc. Why Women Weep has also been included in the Women in Academia (WIA) top 20 list (June 2011), Praise Magazine and Hampton Roads My Time magazine, (September 2010 and January 2009). The New Journal & Guide newspaper, Gethsemane Baptist Church 40 Day Journal and Diversity Times newspaper have also featured her poetry. For more information please visit her website at http://alfreadabrownkelly.weebly.com or email her at AlfreadaKelly@aol.com.
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