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Violence: Causes and Effects in Society

Violence: Causes and Effects in Society

[ MUSIC ]>>HELLO AND WELCOME TO “TALKING POINTS”. I’M DAVE KELLY, DIRECTOR OF ADVANCED MEDIA PRODUCTION AT CAL STATE LONG BEACH. TODAY WE’RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE NATURE OF VIOLENCE AND WHAT MOTIVATES AGGRESSION IN SOCIETY. MY GUEST TODAY IS DOCTOR ANILA BHAGAVATULA. DOCTOR BHAGAVATULA IS AN ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY.

Live Sociology at the University of Leicester – short version

Live Sociology at the University of Leicester – short version

We’re here at Snibston today to give the students some insight into the relationship between coal as an industry and Coalville as a town. They’ll get insights into an industry that no longer exists, a lifestyle that no longer exists. The important thing is that we have ex-miners here today, that can talk about their

HPSC0001 – Madness and Society

HPSC0001 – Madness and Society

I’m Bill MacLehose, I’m the lecturer for HPSC0001, the very first module in our catalogue, which is Madness and Society. So Madness and Society is a module that’s an overview of the history of deviant behaviors, what’s considered to be beyond the acceptable rational thought of humans from, really, the Classical period to the present.

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

The most important thing that I’ve learned in college is that it’s ok to be who you are, but it’s also ok to change who you are to who you think you should and can be. I feel like a lot of people have invested a lot into my leadership skills and to my personal

Phil Winne, 2019 Royal Society of Canada Fellow

Phil Winne, 2019 Royal Society of Canada Fellow

People hope that there’s a quick way to learn more and learn better. But, what learners already know, is the most prevalent and important variable in learning. I’m a learning scientist. I think learners are learning scientists too. They want to figure out how they can learn what they want to learn in the most

What is the difference between Social Work and Community Welfare?

What is the difference between Social Work and Community Welfare?

Many people ask what is the difference between both degrees. We have different professional requirements both are professional degrees, meaning that once graduated you will be either a Social Worker or a Community Welfare worker. Placement hours in both degrees are quite significantly different. Social Work has over a 1,000 hours of field placement in

The Arts and Letters Pre-Health Major: Sociologist Sarah Mustillo

The Arts and Letters Pre-Health Major: Sociologist Sarah Mustillo

One of the great things, I think, that Notre Dame offers is this Arts and Letters, you know, Pre-Health or Pre-Professional Program. I think it is a great opportunity for students to expand beyond the biology and the chemistry and the organic chemistry which are all very important parts of preparing for a medical career.