Activists turn 'Hacktivists' on the Web
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...Activists turn ‘Hacktivists’ on the web Your al affiliation Activists turn ‘Hacktivists’ on the web Activist who use hacking for a cause and stay in legal limits are distinguishable from those who push the idea of civil disobedience beyond legitimate grounds(Vallance, 2010).People like Rieger from Chaos Computer Club, believe that hacking needs to be redefined without negative connotations. The major objective of CCC is to train youngsters for employing hacking for a greater cause, the political change (as cited in Vallance, 2010).Vallance (2010) refers to the similar believes of the German hackers’ community. They obtained fingerprints of...
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean environmental activists use of Borderless Media
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...activists’ use of Borderless Media Insert Insert Grade Insert Tutor’s Name 4 April 2011 Outline Introduction Chinese environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of Local newspaper -Use of Internet Japanese environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of Internet and social networks -Use of local newspaper and television networks Korean environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of mass media -Use of Internet Conclusion Reference List Chinese, Japanese, and Korean environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media Introduction One of the critical issues that are proving to be a thorn in the flesh... ?Running head: BORDELESS MEDIA Chinese, Japanese, and Korean environmental...
Is the media machine an asset or an obstacle for peace activists?
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...activists are political activists who advocate for peaceful resolutions to political disputes and are considered to be in the peace movement according to Chatfield and Kleidman (1992). The peace movement, being a social movement, is aimed at achieving or maintaining world peace... The Media Machine Activism can be defined as an action taken so as to bring change which could be environmental, political, social or economic in nature. Activism is often associated with dissent or protest though it can also be done in a number of different ways. Alternative ways include letter writing to concerned persons or authorities, boycotts, hunger strikes and even the use of guerrilla tactics to make a point. Peace acti...
Consider the role and influence shop stewards and union activists in Contemporary UK industrial relations.
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...Activists in Contemporary UK Industrial Relations Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Shop Steward 3 Role and day to day job of a Shop Steward 3 Shop Stewards Controlling Unions 4 Winter of Discontent 4 Background of the Trade Union 5 Historical Context of Trade Unions in UK 5 The Decline of Trade Unions 7 Economic Influences 9 Political Influence 10 Management Influence 10 Industrial Relationship 11 Background of Industrial Relationship 13 Recent Developments in UK in respect to Trade Unions 14 Will HRM replace the Role of the Shop Steward? 14 15 References 16 Bibliography 18 Shop Steward A shop steward is a person who is elected... Consider the Role and Influence Shop Stewards and Union...
Cyber Security (Potential Security Threats, Challenges for Hybrid Cloud Solution, Cyber Security Concerns Associated With Mobile Devices, Nature of Internet Activists)
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...Activists Internet activists make use of the Web as tools for publication, coordination, and lobbying and coordinate their actions through their members, whereby action plans are e distributed via e-mail or posted on their Web sites (Gardner & Kobtzeff, 2012). Unlike traditional hackers, internet activists seek to influence policies of governments or corporations across the globe. Secondly, internet activist use a variety of information which can assist them to use the internet effectively for their cause, such as outreach, and advocacy tools. Some of the internet activist just like hackers tends to disrupt normal online operations of the target... ? Cyber Security Question Nature of These Internet...
Exam (book) analysis, networks for learning and knowledge creation in biotechnology and market rebels how activists make or break radical innovations
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...activists framed their target in this case biotechnology as a possible Feustian bargain that risked being the source of the resurrection of the Nazi eugenics, this did not create a sense of oneness between the protestors, rather they only rallied because of fear of the said repercussions of the biotechnology, the so called ‘incalculable risks’. In this case, the protestors only did protest from their different groups of communal activities and not as one group. Thereby Rao’s explanation of this concept does not hold water. Question 5: The idea that the academics have given a blind eye to the fact that social movements are key... Exam (Book) Analysis: Short Answers Question The hot cause, cool...
From the philosophical viewpoint, how has over the past twenty years, the environmental, animal and ecological preservation movement turned from one of consideration for sll life to duplicitous eco-terrorist activists?
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...The Philosophy of the Earth Friendly Movement Over the past few decades, the increase in environmental awareness with a focus on the ethical treatment of animals, has grown to a level normalcy within Western cultures. Few grocery stores or one stop shopping marts are without an alternative eco friendly brand for virtually everything from dog food to dish soap. More and more, the altruism of eco friendly behavior is turning to a more necessary discipline which no longer seeks to prevent over consumption of the earth but rather to save the earth from damage done. The purpose of this discussion is to breach the area where human responsibility and eco friendly awareness turn into eco... Philosophy of the ...
Environmentalists cannot be animal liberationists
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...activists and animal rights activists are same. They perceive that both environmental activists and the animal rights activists are involved in similar social and environmental welfare activities to achieve a single goal. In short, it can be said that their purpose of work is same. Here, it needs to be mentioned that above assumption of common people is true to a certain extent as both the environmental activists and the animal rights activists act to maintain the ecological balance of the planet to ensure environment friendly world with a proper ecosystem. However, here it needs to be mentioned that there have been certain different... Paper Introduction Many people think that the environmental...
The Evil of Animal "Rights"/ Argument Analysis Essay
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...activists are evil in trying to block medical experiments on animals on the guise of promoting ethical issues pertaining to animal rights. The authors use different rhetorical techniques to support their thesis and I find these convincing. More often than not, scientists discover different medicines through conducting experiments on animals to see if they are effective. However, animal rights activists harbouring agendas known to themselves are doing everything... Alex Epstein and Yaron Brook’s article d ‘Evil of Animal "Rights,"’ is very convincing and effective in trying to appeal to the emotions and logic of the targeted audiences to share their ideas. The authors argue that the animal rights...
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...activists’ use of Borderless Media Insert Insert Grade Insert Tutor’s Name 4 April 2011 Outline Introduction Chinese environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of Local newspaper -Use of Internet Japanese environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of Internet and social networks -Use of local newspaper and television networks Korean environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media -Use of mass media -Use of Internet Conclusion Reference List Chinese, Japanese, and Korean environmental activists’ use of Borderless Media Introduction One of the critical issues that are proving... Running head: BORDELESS MEDIA Chinese, Japanese, and Korean environmental...
Theory paper
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...Activists in international associations seek to influence outcomes of policy as well as change the terms and the character of debate. The various attributes of networks constitute core network conception... Keck and Sikkink’s theory of transnational activism explaining contemporary progress of human rights Keck and Sikkink andMargaret Sikkink originally formulated the network notion of human rights practice in international studies. The popular description of Keck and Sikkink’s works involves a consideration of transnational advocacy networks as groups that involve relevant actors working globally on issues and bound together by common values, discourse and exchange of solid information and services....
Freedom Riders Movie Analysis
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...activists but also reminds the audience about the immense struggle to change the law. The producer of the documentary, Stanley Nelson Earl, was born in 1951 in the New York City of United States of America. He graduated from the Leonard Davis Films School in 1976, having attained a degree in Fine Arts. After school, he got employed by William Greaves filmmaker. Currently, Nelson works with the Fire Media as an Executive Director of the firm. His most... of Film: Freedom Riders Director: Stanley Nelson Genre: Documentary Freedom Riders Movie Review INTRODUCTION Freedom Riders documentary was released in 2010 and was set in the United States, US. The film ‘Freedom Riders of 1961 is a story of more than ...
HISTORY - choose 1 of the questions to answer.
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...activists endured violent mob attacks on their printing presses and lecture halls, and for over two decades, a “gag rule”, in the Congress, banned antislavery activists from raising issues relating to this subject (Ferrell 7). However, this opposition only incited antislavery activists, and it made martyrs out of beaten Senator Charles Summer, insane John Brown, and murdered Editor Elijah Lovejoy (Ferrell 11). Antislavery activists were not only interested in ending slavery, but also ensuring that the Americans re-constitute the terms they apply to the concept of equality and liberty. They were looking forward to creating a society... Question Why of All the Reform Movements did Abolitionism Prove to be ...
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...activists; it was solely because of the social movement by the black Americans that the struggle succeeded as they took their destiny in their own hands and not because the paternalistic figures of white authority rescued them. This film practically dramatizes the death of the three civil rights activists. In the process of investigating the murders, the two FBI agents cajole and charms their way into the lips of the Mississippi residents. They solve the this murder case via exerting some influence on a worker in a beauty parlor... ?Sur Lecturer Mississippi Burning In consideration of the three shocking murders of civil rights workers in Mississippi by the Ku Klux Klan in 1964, June 21, Mississippi...
Reading Essay assigment
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...activists as they try to separate themselves from mass media and the internet for the fear of being criminalized. The trends in mass media keep on changing and with this change the diversity, quality and quantity of political content has equally diminished. In an effort to continue their work and still separate their mission from mass coverage, most activists have devised ways of existing under the media coverage radar and keeping their work from being criminalized. But the underlying question remains if the media’s influence on activism has brought positive... New Media Power Affiliation New Media Power The new media power has significantly influenced and affected the activities of most movements and...
Letter from the Birmingham Jail
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...activists as "unreasonable" and the late, criticized activists for organizing demonstrations, spoke approvingly about the city authorities and the police. King’s letter is a direct response to criticism of his ideas by church... Letter from the Birmingham Jail "Letter from Birmingham Jail" takes a very important place in the history of the movement for human rights and is perfect expression of reasoning for non-violent resistance. The author of this letter, Martin Luther King, believed that once injustice occurs, it becomes a threat to justice everywhere." This letter this famous preacher wrote in response to the appeal, in which the clergy characterized the activities of black activists as "unreasonable...
The Three Ethical Perspectives
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...Activists claim that they are doing the right thing and since their self-interest is being gay, they find the action being morally right. However, anti-gay activists claim that it is not a matter of self-interest but a matter of relativism whereby members from that group can only support it. The groups are culturally bound by their beliefs. Ethical egoism can be used in this issue to understand the increased number of gay activists in the community at an individual perspective. Reference Holmes, Arthur, F. (2009). Ethics: Approaching Moral Decisions. Downers Grove IL: InterVarsity Press... Emotivism, and Ethical egoism al Affiliation) Relativism, Emotivism, and Ethical egoism Relativism is an ethical...
American history
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...activists. Most of the women activists came from the middle and prosperous social backgrounds, and they understood the problems encountered while working. The women activists, therefore, emphasized more on the special contributions of the women that could help them solve these problems in the American... American History The presidential reconstruction was in 29th May 1865 after the civil war. The presidential reconstruction plan and the congressional reconstruction plans were similar in that they both advocated the leniency towards blacks, who were the majority of the slaves in the US. Both plans also discussed the question of including the South in the political system. However, they were different in ...
Civil Rights
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...activists in the civil movement and the American government. The Civil Rights Movement employed strategies such as boycotts like the 1955-1956 Bus boycott in Montgomery that lasted for 382 days... . This boycott led the American Supreme Court to declare the laws supporting segregation in buses as unconstitutional. This cemented way for impartiality among the whites and the blacks when accessing bus services. Organizers of this boycott included Martin Luther King Jr, who was arrested and subjected to abuse and his home barraged. He however remained a first rank leader in the civil rights movement (Bass, 2001). There were other tactics used by the civil rights activists that...
Agrarian Domains
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...activists collaborated to fight segregation of trains in New Orleans. In 1905, W.E.B. Dubois led a number of Black activists at a meeting... The Rise of Legal Segregation in the South Slavery and racial segregation was prevalent in the United s for morethan 200 years prior to the onset of the civil war. However, after the war, things started to get worse for the blacks. The southern governments and the former associates passed and approved laws, which were known as the black regulations. These laws strictly restricted the rights of blacks and isolated them from the white (Stonaker & Shepard, 1). By 1870s, there was a rising movement to restore control of the south to southerners. In addition, there was ...
Thomas Carlyle, a historian in the 1800s, wrote, The history of the world is but the biography of great men. In examining the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s, do you agree with him? Why or why not?
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...activists refer to this great man when it comes to civil rights activities. Malcolm preached about independence while MLK was a civil right activist who approached African-American desire to struggle and attain their freedom (Martin... The history of the world is but the biography of great men Introduction According to Thomas Carlyle, “the history of the world is but the biography of great men”. This is a very true and correct statement in relation to the civil rights movements of the 1950 and 9160. A closer look at Martin Luther King and Malcolm X reveals this. MLK made a revolution in the world. One of his most important speeches is about his dream which is having an impact to date. Most scholars and...
Response Paper
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...activists, thinking that calligraphy would be castigated due to its link to feudalism is the exact opposite that happened to their dismay. However, what I find surprising... Response Paper Response Paper Reading any piece of literature is about synthesizing the content; giving opinions in their variant forms about the same piece of writing. With that in mind, the following discussion features various responses to particular pieces of literature. The Cultural Dilemma of the Revolutionary Elite The most elating part of this piece of writing is how it portrays the relationship between the contemporary politics and the Chinese art of calligraphy (Richard, 1991). As opposed to the thinking of many political ac...
Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare
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...activist prioritize the rights of animals, while animal welfare activists prioritize human life. Animal welfare promotes controlled use of animals for agricultural purposes such as farming and protein production while animal right activists avoid the use of animal products (Guither 203). The similarity between both groups is that the wellbeing of animals is promoted. Cases of abuse, negligence and abandonment of animals are prevented through this group. Endangered animals are also protected by both... Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare Animals are part of the environment and should be protected from the changes that human activities have caused on the environment. Animal protection can be done...
Case Problems Involving the First Amendment
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...activists can go and practice their freedom of speech. These areas are allocated for by the government and official escort the demonstrators to these areas. If the activists demonstrate away from these areas... Running Head: Case Problems Involving the First Amendment Case Problems Involving the First Amendment The arrests of the demonstrators who burned the banner is constitutional. It is not only un ethical to burn the constitution but it goes against the law that bans burning of the constitution. This is the same as flag desecration, which the law in many States, states that it is unlawful for anyone to burn or desecrate the flag. The arrest of the other protesters can be viewed to be constitutional....
Business Law
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...activists. The advertisement happened to be critical of the behavior met by the police authorities of Montgomery, Alabama to the civil rights activists. However, irrespective of being predominantly accurate, some of the details printed in the advertisement were false. One of the police officers of Montgomery, Alabama, Sullivan took an offense to this advertisement, believing that it sullied his reputation... of the Business of the Concerned September 18, New York Times v. Sullivan The New York Time v. Sullivan happened tobe a historical Supreme Court decision in the sphere of defamation and libel. In 1960 The New York Time printed a full page advertisement that was paid for by the civil rights activists...
What can we learn from Rosa Parks
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...activists such as Martin Luther King and Rev. Ralph Abernathy to form the Montgomery... What We Learn from Rosa Parks One of the lessons that we can learn from Rosa Park and apply to our modern life is the need for people to have courage and do the right things, based on their beliefs. This does not necessarily mean that people should demonstrate or boycott their work once they experience a conflict but rather to have the self-drive to initiate change in the society (Theoharis 45). Another lesson that we can learn is the need to try, always, to improve the quality of human life in our environments. Although this may not be to a magnitude of Park’s work, every positive effort will affect someone’s life po...
Socialization paper
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...activists. Activists are generally considered leftist. They oppose the present order of things to achieve greater equality. In a sense, to have activists in a community is advantageous. Activists are the reason why people are able to enjoy some civil and political rights... ?A Mixed Political Belief My political belief is mixed. It is not solely favoring the rightist nor the leftist. Instead, it is a combination of both of them. To note, being a rightist means that an individual is supporting the traditional set-up of the society (Smith and Tatalovich 30). It pertains to a person who adheres to the current method of governance. He or she thinks that there is nothing wrong with the present system. Stated...
Sally Engle Merry explores the intersection of rights and culture. Using relevant examples and drawing on material from the subject, address the degree to which you believe culture creates a barrier to universal human rights.
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...activists to ensure that human rights are followed in the community as required. In addition, such communities are usually bound by their culture such that they do not recognize human rights as being relevant to their setting. This makes it both difficult and tricky... INTERSECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND CULTURE Culture is a core barrier to universal human rights. This is because it divides a society along ethnic, or community lines thus making it difficult to universally ensure that human rights are followed as required (Goodale 2009, p.25). In most cases, such ethnic communities are shielded from the rest of the society by their culture and territorial boundaries thus making it difficult for human rights...
Research he Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen.
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...activists... The Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen No: The Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen Social media being thoroughly crucial in not only revolutionizing, but also bringing in political changes, has affected Arab revolutions in Egypt, Syria and Yemen, as it was used for fulfilling political motives. In the Arab world, the social media has become an important platform for dissent and outlet for political and economic frustration (Frangonikolopoulos & Chapsos, 2012). The Arab Spring in various Arab countries was mainly to remove autocratic leaders and bring in democratic government. The revolutionists and act...
Moudawana reforms in Morocco.
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...activists in Moudawana reforms. The efforts made by different organizations led by women activists would also be highlighted. Moudawanna as a national Issue The Moudawana law suppressed women as it gave them limited opportunities to enjoy their rights. The main goal of the activists as argued earlier was to ensure that women were treated with fairness in the society. This was a fight against authoritarianism as defined by Childress... ? Moudawana Reforms in Morocco Introduction Women play a major role in the family dynamics in Morocco as they help form the structure of the society.Initially, Moroccan women had fewer privileges to enjoy in the family. They were treated as inferiors and the men around them ...
Application Essay
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...activists, I choose to participate in all rallies that protest against the suppression of freedom for sexual orientation expression. During the process, I would be glad enough to be arrested, if that helps the cause of LGBT activists. There are many reasons for my decision. Church is the main bottleneck I remember protesting in front of a local church against the views of the local clergy towards gay marriages. I also have in mind that the revered Pope has expressed his view against such marriages, calling... Getting Arrested During Protest for Gay Rights The violation of human rights has many forms. While children welfare or equal rights for women are on the active agenda of most of the human rights’...
Islamophobia
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...activists have strongly come out saying that they are even... Islamophobia Islamophobia Islamophobia is the fear of the Islamic religion, its practices and the people who are Islam faithful’s, as well as the people who are associated with Muslims or Islam as a religion. Islamophobia is also associated with prejudice of Islam. Recently, cases of Islamophobia have been on the rise around the world and especially in America. There are increasing cases of resentment and aggression towards Islam which has led to public rage and even violence. Resentment towards Islam has been largely due to the violence, killings and destruction of property by the Muslims, which have been taking place for a long time. This...
How were Martin Luther King and Malcolm X different in their attitudes to the United States and its political traditions? How were they similar?
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...activist, Malcolm X and Martin Ruther King in the early 19th Century within the United States. Features of American culture that was unacceptable among African American Among the African Americans, there were numerous issues that were viewed as unacceptable to the American culture. This included the acts of discrimination on the basis of color, in the political arena, socially... History Differences between Malcolm X and Martin Ruther King Since the era of colonization in the 15th to 19th Century by European countries over the Americans, Asians and Africans, numerous cases of discrimination emerged over those colonized. During the era of modernization, many Africans slaves were transported to ...
Multinational corporations and sweatshops
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...activists have criticized this contracting arrangement. They have argued that these corporations are exploiting workers and thereby promote international sweatshops. The critics have cited a number of areas of exploitation which makes them believe that the corporations contribute to difficult and dangerous environment for workers. For example... Multinational Corporations and Sweatshops Introduction Today industrialized countries have favored contracting out ofproduction to the suppliers in the third world countries. By doing this, the industrialized countries have contributed to international division of labor. For instance, globalization of production in apparel and footwear companies such as Reebok...
Piece ship to Gaza
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...activists that had gone to protest against the blockade, they attempted to resist the boarding by Israeli Military... ?Peace Ship to Gaza The Mavi Marmara also known as the Blue Marmara was acquired in by an NGO in Turkey for the sole reason of being a part of agroup of ships that would be directly involved in confronting Israel about the blockade over Gaza. On its way to way to Gaza accompanied by other ships, the Israeli Naval Forces alerted them that there was blockade in the area they were heading to, that is, Gaza, they were ordered to follow the Naval Forces to Ashdod port and on refusal the ships were boarded by the Israel Military (Migdalovitz 2010, p.2). The occupants of the ship were mainly...
Women and the Right to Vote (the Suffragist Movement)
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...activists of anti-slavery movement disliked the presence of women... ?(Add (Add (Add Information) (Add The Suffragist Movement Women’s fight for suffrage had its beginning in the US as early as in 1848. It started with the Seneca Falls women’s rights convention. In the convention, Elizabeth Cady Stanton presented the Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, which was very similar to the Declaration of Independence. In the declaration, there were issues of the troubled women of America. They sought the right to own property, to keep their own wages, to ‘divorce, to gain custody of their children, to attend college, to vote and to serve in professions like theology, medicine and law’ (The Elizabeth Cady...
Sociology of emotions
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...activists. They point out that various groups... ? Sociology of Emotions Sociology of Emotions How do Wetherell’s and Burkitt’s (2002) respective approaches to affect promote an understanding of emotions as social and embodied, habitual, and creative? Affect is defined in the English dictionary as acting upon or influencing in an adverse way. It could also refer to the natural and habitual inclination of an object towards another (Merriam-Webster Online). Affect, in sociology, has to do with rational individual human emotions and matters of physical disturbance. Wetherell (2012, 2), in her definition of affect describes it as having to do with the physical disturbances and destabilizations it brings...
Rhetoric of Dissent
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...activists in Europe who use their bodies and street theater elements as tools to achieve goals and deliver messages. I address the FEMEN protests in the narrative of a body rhetoric theory of Del Gandio and the concept of a public sphere of Habermas in order to explain and interpret how these activists use their bodies and what messages they are trying to deliver. Ukrainian activists FEMEN represent a radical feminist group of young women, mostly students and young professionals, seeking for gender equality and political justice. They address various issues: women trafficking and prostitution in Ukraine, social inequality, and issues of political matter such as unfair elections in Russia... FEMEN...
Animal Liberation Front
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...activists of the Animal Liberation Front followed ethical value and morale in their activities. They were fighting against those individuals who used to torture animals. This report has discussed about the structure, motivation, origin and goals of ALF to justify the ideology and motive of the Animal Liberation front. In addition to this, the report has discussed about the threat of ALF and policies to reduce the threat... Enterprise Protection Act (AETA 2005 and AEPA 2002). The activists of Animal Liberation Front try to remove the animals from the farms and laboratories. Major motives of this group are to arrange safe housing, organize veterinary care, and destroying...
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...activists; the activists even sparked a protest against the police when they prepared to euthanize Excalibur. In this occasion, it’s not hard to imagine how much those protesters value the life of the dog. Actually they don’t only argue the rights for this little innocent dog, but also the rights for all the animals. In history of mankind, therefore... Vicky Xue Prof. Craig Magee English 9/10 The experience of living in a foreign land and speaking foreign language is always a hard experience. This is due to the difficulties associated in embracing a new culture and learning a new language. This paper gives a description of my personal experience in living and studying in a foreign land. I can still remem...
Domestic Terrorism
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...activists (two Jews and one African American) that were killed in Mississippi. All of the characters from Gene Hackman to the actors portraying the Civil Rights activists are loosely based on real people. My reaction to Mississippi Burning is tainted, because I had previously watched The History Channels Ku Klux Klan: A secret history and TLCs FBI Files on the murders of the Civil Rights activists, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner. The viewing of these shows will influence my reaction. In the movie, the Klans acts were terrorism. Terrorism means to cause terror. Burning crosses, throwing... Mississippi Burning Mississippi Burning is a loose account of the three Civil Rights...
Extremism and Terrorism
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...activists as the champion... Extremism and Terrorism Extremism and Terrorism Introduction When an individual is termed to be an extremist, he or she is believed to have views that are extreme to a certain subject. For instance, a Jew, Muslim or Christian who has a strong believe that what he or she is adhering to is the right path and what others are following is not the correct one; such a person can be termed to an extremist. In other words, extremism can be defined as the aspect of believe where people think that only their views are correct, and those of others are incorrect and they are not prepared to listen or respect to any other opinions. Extremism can be caused by either the peculiarity of the...
The Cove Movie Review
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...activists in Japan. Not only they see the movie as a direct breach of their privacy, but they also consider arguments raised by the Western activists as ethnocentric. This is because they are trying to judge the Japanese culture through the lens of their self-created cultural standards. Very defiant behaviour is maintained by Japanese people towards the anti-whaling activists. The film is an effort to force Japan to curb dolphin hunting leaving no room for negotiation. This is a wrong strategy and is responsible for creating new troublesome instances like riots between Taiji fishermen... 28 May The Cove Movie Review How does The Cove frame the conflict between the documentarians and the Taiji fisherman? ...
Piece ship to Gaza
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...activists that had gone to protest against the blockade, they attempted to resist the boarding by Israeli Military... Peace Ship to Gaza The Mavi Marmara also known as the Blue Marmara was acquired in by an NGO in Turkey for the sole reason of being a part of a group of ships that would be directly involved in confronting Israel about the blockade over Gaza. On its way to way to Gaza accompanied by other ships, the Israeli Naval Forces alerted them that there was blockade in the area they were heading to, that is, Gaza, they were ordered to follow the Naval Forces to Ashdod port and on refusal the ships were boarded by the Israel Military (Migdalovitz 2010, p.2). The occupants of the ship were mainly...
Debate Pro-life and Pro-choice
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...activist sides and come up with a middle ground. The pro-choice campaign aims at allowing abortion on a legal basis where those interested in the practice are covered by the law and medical practices. This is in order to conduct abortions under the safety of legal, medical procedures governed ethics covered in the constitution as a legal right. Those that are for pro-choice arguments call for men to stop attempting to make choices for them that relate to their wellbeing... . This is in relation to the fact that it s the men who mainly create the policies barring women from participating in abortions. This is considering that it is the woman’s choice on whether to bring the child into the world...
Rhetorical Analysis of an Argument
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...activists as terrorists and this proves their bias against activism based upon equality and compassion towards other living things. Alex Epstein and Yaron Brook state that, “It is common to write off terrorist activity and the vicious statements of animal rights leaders as “extremist”, while maintaining that majority of people in the animal rights movement have benevolent intentions” (n.pag.). Within this context, the authors depend upon Rational Appeals by pointing out the importance of scientific experimentation as tool for survival. To be specific, the authors... Rhetorical Analysis of an Argument In the modern world, materialistic attitude tends human beings to ignore the problems faced by other...
The internet and global activism
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...activists and minorities from the media picture. This situation would bring doubts in many new movements in political viability (Bennett, 2003). Various media are connecting closely and this makes information flow efficiently through various boundaries. Activist networks use new... The Internet And Global Activism Opinion of the Article Media power has been diminishing over the years through their quality, quantity, and content diversity. The reason to this is because of global trends like government deregulation and massive growth of media monopolies that has led to reduced political space. What remains in this little political space are scandals, personality profiles, and mayhems thus removing he...
The Legacy of the Prophet and the Society
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...activists. In his book, Shadid notes that the face of Islam in the Middle East has changed from one perceived to be wary and violent to a peaceful one. Thanks to Islamic activists who have undergone great transformation helping the poor and providing solace through their social activism (Hashemi 568). Hashemi also records that the argument in The Legacy of the prophet was mainly based on the change in political Islam (Hashemi 568). This political change represents the modern Islam and is characterized by advocacy for democracy and non-violence. These Islamic... Antony Shadid’s The Legacy of the Prophet, the writer travels around the Middle East interviewing Islamic leaders and activists. In his book,...
Eyes on the Prize, Fighting Back (1957-1962)
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...activists as they tried to implement the education recommendations (Muslimah, n. p). Another important thing that I learnt is the defiant nature of the minority activists as they forced their children to attend mixed race schools. This encouraged the intervention of the political leaders to step in to allow equal learning opportunities among the races. Work Cited Muslimah, Somayaby. ““Eyes on the Prize, Fighting Back” 1957-1962.” YouTube Channel. Web, 2014. Education Category. Retrieved from ... “Eyes on the Prize, Fighting Back” 1957-1962 “Fighting back, Eyes on the Prize” is an American documentary about the aftermath of the US Supreme Court’s ruling in the case Brown Vs The Board of Education...
The Militant Environmentalists War on Environmental Crisis
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...activists is their being determined at turning the attention of the society to the most serious problems of the environment to date. This suggestion is enforced by the fact that it is quite possible that we might simply have no time to consider the environment damage we have caused and to find an adequate and effective solution as the pace of the nature destruction by humans is high, and the effect of the counter-measures taken is, on the contrary, time-consuming. (Lohan, 2011). The reason the behavior is violent is because there are, as Lohan states, simply no other ways the mentioned activists can get the public informed about the problem and its seriousness, as it is quite possible... The Militant...
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