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The Situationists and the New Forms of Action in Art and Politics Guy Debord June 1963The Situationists and the New Forms of Action in Art and Politics Guy Debord June 1963
From now on, any fundamental cultural creation, as well as any qualitative transformation of society, is contingent on the continued development of this sort of interrelated approach
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Customs Not in Common: Cultural Relativism and Customary Law Recognition in AustraliaCustoms Not in Common: Cultural Relativism and Customary Law Recognition in Australia
Aboriginal society. Unless some hard thinking is done about what customary law is and what its recognition would entail, any political initiative in its favour may end in tears and disillusion
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Could Social Media Become a Key Tool for Future Historians?Could Social Media Become a Key Tool for Future Historians?
In my opinion it wasn’t until 2006 that Social Media started to become the giant it is today. During the year 2006 MySpace became the most popular Social Networking site, Facebook lowered the age limit to 13 years old, and Twitter was born
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Dancing in the streets – theDancing in the streets – the
United States Supreme Court in New York Times Co v Sullivan3, which strengthened freedom of speech by invoking First Amendment protections to limit libel law, Professor Meiklejohn is reported to have exclaimed that
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A path dependent perspective on institutional and organizational factors shaping major scientific discoveriesA path dependent perspective on institutional and organizational factors shaping major scientific discoveries
This paper confronts several interrelated problems as to how the institutional environments of organizations influence their innovativeness. Using a path-dependent perspective, it addresses
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Biography and the Sociological Imagination: Contexts and ContingenciesBiography and the Sociological Imagination: Contexts and Contingencies
Let’s start with the sociological imagination – what does C. Wright Mills mean by the sociological imagination? What is its significance for studying the life course?
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