Tag: Society

The Bartenders Society 2018 : 2 days in Paris !

The Bartenders Society 2018 : 2 days in Paris !

Welcome to the 2018 final of The Bartenders Society ! The year is special because it is the last Bartenders Society with «street art inspiration». The Bartenders Society is a contest, it is a high level competition. Enjoy the game ! For me, The Bartenders Society is about fun, family and friends ! For me,

Path to a society without work or Money

Path to a society without work or Money

A human being should not have to do what a machine could do. Paradism aims at giving all the jobs to the machines to free the people from having to work. Paradism is a new society for a world without work without money, without government a paradise on earth. It is all made possible thanks

Sociology and the hospital

Sociology and the hospital

At the centre of health sociology is the analysis of medical organisations and institutions. In particular, the hospital has been of key interest to sociologists studying how the practices of the medical profession operate within the organisational system of health care. One example of this lies in the work of British sociologist Anselm Strauss, who

How does criticism affect popular culture?

How does criticism affect popular culture?

Popularity is a great question; it’s just an intriguing question. I think especially now in the kind of consumer capitalist culture where taste and sometimes quality is being measured in dollars and in numbers and in ratings and box office and all of that. And sometimes popularity is just taken to be sufficient kind of

Seasteading 101: How to Build the World’s First Society-at-Sea | Marc Collins

Seasteading 101: How to Build the World’s First Society-at-Sea | Marc Collins

A question I get quite often is, “What is Seasteading?” And Seasteading started out I guess in 2008. It’s a movement. It started out as a non-profit so it’s called the Seasteading Institute, based in California. But I think—just a couple of months ago—Seasteading is actually a word that’s recognized by the Oxford dictionary, and

The American Antiquarian Society – Orientation Film

The American Antiquarian Society – Orientation Film

[Scott Casper] A thoughtful nation needs to understand its past, how people actually lived. What they knew, what they read, what they thought. Without a place like the American Antiquarian Society that’s devoted to the collection, the preservation and the dissemination of exactly that, we would be far poorer. We would know far less of

James Paul Gee – “From Grammar to Society”

James Paul Gee – “From Grammar to Society”

my name is Jim Gee. I work here and you guys asked me to talk so you have to suffer through this. I’m going to talk to you today as a linguist and a relatively disgruntled linguist for the last 40 years, so let’s start with an interesting question. I mean, I do discourse analysis