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By Wadih Jreidini
If all were humans, then why do some die of hunger while others waste part of their food supply? If the UN Human Inalienable Rights are for the human species, then those who do not have these rights are the nonhumans. Although the more abundant species, nonhumans are boxed inside their nations and dominated by caste structures so they cannot take back what is originally taken from them. The capitalist economy we live in today is built upon the oppression of the nonhumans and the credit system of our banks is designed to increase the social rifts between rich and poor, turning benign economies into concentration camps of pay-slaves. Whoever hold the reins of power believe that their system will last them forever, oblivious of what history has repeatedly proven about the inevitable rise of the nonhumans upon every upturn of events. Little do the people know that the answer to their dilemmas is much simpler than imagined and within their reach. Knowing the path to solve their economic strife, the people will have the power to break their shackles and experience true freedom, one that will unite us all.
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By Wadih Jreidini
If all were humans, then why do some die of hunger while others waste part of their food supply? If the UN Human Inalienable Rights are for the human species, then those who do not have these rights are the nonhumans. Although the more abundant species, nonhumans are boxed inside their nations and dominated by caste structures so they cannot take back what is originally taken from them. The capitalist economy we live in today is built upon the oppression of the nonhumans and the credit system of our banks is designed to increase the social rifts between rich and poor, turning benign economies into concentration camps of pay-slaves. Whoever hold the reins of power believe that their system will last them forever, oblivious of what history has repeatedly proven about the inevitable rise of the nonhumans upon every upturn of events. Little do the people know that the answer to their dilemmas is much simpler than imagined and within their reach. Knowing the path to solve their economic strife, the people will have the power to break their shackles and experience true freedom, one that will unite us all.
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By Keith Hickman
The Ghetto Effect is a psychological synopsis of how the ghettos in America have had such a profound effect on the nation. The effect is broken down into different categories in each of the short chapters, such as the “Logic behind the Name,” “Segregation as it Exists Today,” “Judicial System,” and “Urban Sprawl,” just to name a few. These are all highly emotionally charged subjects that I feel need addressing in order for our society to grow. Because for way to long has our society been stagnated in fear by speaking the truth without hurting the feelings of others. Everyone looks at the quick-fix answers and look to our experts for solutions. In chapter twelve, I discuss the solution to the question. It may not be the correct answer, but it’s better than what’s available now. The other half of the equation is the urban traumatic stress syndrome (UTSS). This is a lot like post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but with longer-term effects.
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By Keith Hickman
The Ghetto Effect is a psychological synopsis of how the ghettos in America have had such a profound effect on the nation. The effect is broken down into different categories in each of the short chapters, such as the “Logic behind the Name,” “Segregation as it Exists Today,” “Judicial System,” and “Urban Sprawl,” just to name a few. These are all highly emotionally charged subjects that I feel need addressing in order for our society to grow. Because for way to long has our society been stagnated in fear by speaking the truth without hurting the feelings of others. Everyone looks at the quick-fix answers and look to our experts for solutions. In chapter twelve, I discuss the solution to the question. It may not be the correct answer, but it’s better than what’s available now. The other half of the equation is the urban traumatic stress syndrome (UTSS). This is a lot like post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but with longer-term effects.
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By Meng Hui
The number of Chinese research students studying in Australian universities is growing (Bradley, 2008). They are supposed to adapt to the new academic culture and their own intellectual assets are marginalised or even ignored (Singh, 2009, 2010; Singh & Han, 2009, 2010). Being situated in an academic environment which is Eurocentric, hierarchical, and largely dominated by the Western or Euro-American theory, in most cases, these students have to keep their own intellectual assets silent. This is another representation of Eurocentric knowledge diffusion (Alatas, 2006; Connell, 2007). However, despite all these unfavourable situations, some Chinese international research students have used some Chinese intellectual assets while doing research in Australia (Han, 2006; Han & Zhao, 2008; Singh & Han, 2009, 2010). Informed by Ranciere’s concepts of democracy (1991, 2006a, 2007b, 2009c) and mute speech (1999, 2007b, 2010a), this study makes original contribution to knowledge through (i) advancing a claim for, and an approach to democratising Australian research education and (ii) developing the “mute speech” pedagogy which might help engaging non-Western theoretical knowledge in this process.
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By Meng Hui
The number of Chinese research students studying in Australian universities is growing (Bradley, 2008). They are supposed to adapt to the new academic culture and their own intellectual assets are marginalised or even ignored (Singh, 2009, 2010; Singh & Han, 2009, 2010). Being situated in an academic environment which is Eurocentric, hierarchical, and largely dominated by the Western or Euro-American theory, in most cases, these students have to keep their own intellectual assets silent. This is another representation of Eurocentric knowledge diffusion (Alatas, 2006; Connell, 2007). However, despite all these unfavourable situations, some Chinese international research students have used some Chinese intellectual assets while doing research in Australia (Han, 2006; Han & Zhao, 2008; Singh & Han, 2009, 2010). Informed by Ranciere’s concepts of democracy (1991, 2006a, 2007b, 2009c) and mute speech (1999, 2007b, 2010a), this study makes original contribution to knowledge through (i) advancing a claim for, and an approach to democratising Australian research education and (ii) developing the “mute speech” pedagogy which might help engaging non-Western theoretical knowledge in this process.
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By Editors:O Wusu;E Nwokocha;L Ntoimo
The book deals with a broad range of contemporary and recurring empirical and practical issues encapsulated within the context of demographic inquiry and analysis. The papers included here reflect strands of thoughts and research that find expression in interdisciplinary outlook focussing on sexuality, fertility, gender, morbidity and mortality, migration, maternal and child health and the elderly.
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By Editors:O Wusu;E Nwokocha;L Ntoimo
The book deals with a broad range of contemporary and recurring empirical and practical issues encapsulated within the context of demographic inquiry and analysis. The papers included here reflect strands of thoughts and research that find expression in interdisciplinary outlook focussing on sexuality, fertility, gender, morbidity and mortality, migration, maternal and child health and the elderly.
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By Editors:O Wusu;E Nwokocha;L Ntoimo
The book deals with a broad range of contemporary and recurring empirical and practical issues encapsulated within the context of demographic inquiry and analysis. The papers included here reflect strands of thoughts and research that find expression in interdisciplinary outlook focussing on sexuality, fertility, gender, morbidity and mortality, migration, maternal and child health and the elderly.
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By Inno Chukuma Onwueme
What do you do when profound thoughts stealthily tip-toe across the backyard of your mind? You capture them, refine them, and make them your own. The philosophical accretions of these thoughts are what Dr. Inno Onwueme now shares with you in this intellectually stimulating book. Using erudite essays, poems, and aphorisms, he explores a wide range of burning topical topics, including the philosophical (e.g. Silence has spoken), religious (Death, orgasm, and God), sociological (The civil union debate), environmental (Affluenza), cultural (Mother-tongue needs mothering), political (Anioma identity), war/peace, and even the humorous. And then there’s the incendiary nine-part epic poem, Unasked questions driving the American ethos, which is seismic, sarcastic, and sure to provoke. Revel in this rich universe of radical thought, as Questions Not Being Asked pushes you to find new ways of asking questions that you’ve never before asked, while finding new answers to ancient questions. Grab this opportunity to take your philosophical thinking on everyday topics to a higher plane. You’ll then be ready to ask Questions Not Being Asked.
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By Leticia Roa Limas
D.F. De Mis Recuerdos es una compilación de 81 columnas de comentario que Leticia Roa Limas escribió acerca de su amado lugar de nacimiento. Su madre guardó esos textos de principios de los 80s. Después de que Leticia los leyó encontró que muchos temas son todavía de actualidad en el Distrito Federal y decidió publicarlos con AuthorHouse. Es su esperanza que los lectores encuentren en este libro una percepción profunda de las experiencias de una mexicana de 28 años de edad abriéndose camino como escritora.
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By Inno Chukuma Onwueme
What do you do when profound thoughts stealthily tip-toe across the backyard of your mind? You capture them, refine them, and make them your own. The philosophical accretions of these thoughts are what Dr. Inno Onwueme now shares with you in this intellectually stimulating book. Using erudite essays, poems, and aphorisms, he explores a wide range of burning topical topics, including the philosophical (e.g. Silence has spoken), religious (Death, orgasm, and God), sociological (The civil union debate), environmental (Affluenza), cultural (Mother-tongue needs mothering), political (Anioma identity), war/peace, and even the humorous. And then there’s the incendiary nine-part epic poem, Unasked questions driving the American ethos, which is seismic, sarcastic, and sure to provoke. Revel in this rich universe of radical thought, as Questions Not Being Asked pushes you to find new ways of asking questions that you’ve never before asked, while finding new answers to ancient questions. Grab this opportunity to take your philosophical thinking on everyday topics to a higher plane. You’ll then be ready to ask Questions Not Being Asked.
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By Leticia Roa Limas
D.F. De Mis Recuerdos es una compilación de 81 columnas de comentario que Leticia Roa Limas escribió acerca de su amado lugar de nacimiento. Su madre guardó esos textos de principios de los 80s. Después de que Leticia los leyó encontró que muchos temas son todavía de actualidad en el Distrito Federal y decidió publicarlos con AuthorHouse. Es su esperanza que los lectores encuentren en este libro una percepción profunda de las experiencias de una mexicana de 28 años de edad abriéndose camino como escritora.
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By Billy C. Mumford
Cleobury Mortimer is a small market town nestling in the rolling countryside beneath the Clee Hills in South Shropshire. Passing through this town no-one would notice the simmering discontent or smell the stench of political corruption, but this account written by a local shop-keeper, depicts a decade when a pleasant community that was prosperous, friendly and vibrant, was turned into a declining community with warring factions. The shop is an ‘old fashioned’ ironmonger’s similar to that depicted in the Two Ronnies sketch ‘Four candles/fork handles’ and it is from the vantage point of this shop’s steps that enabled the passage of local political events to be observed with close scrutiny. It is the observation of how the negative influences from the style of modern politics in Government introduced by New Labour in 1997, and a more liberal society, filtered across the country to Shropshire Council, which in turn had an impact on our own community through corrupt local politics and propaganda. Not satisfied there, the destructive force moved into the neighbouring parish of Neen Savage . . . . . . This account combines the impact of high-profile public scandals with lots of twists and turns to suggest that, although most people do not give a monkey’s about politics, we are in much different times and a wake-up call might just focus the mind a little to encourage an influence or even just an interest, in the conduct of our communities and those around us.
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By Billy C. Mumford
Cleobury Mortimer is a small market town nestling in the rolling countryside beneath the Clee Hills in South Shropshire. Passing through this town no-one would notice the simmering discontent or smell the stench of political corruption, but this account written by a local shop-keeper, depicts a decade when a pleasant community that was prosperous, friendly and vibrant, was turned into a declining community with warring factions. The shop is an ‘old fashioned’ ironmonger’s similar to that depicted in the Two Ronnies sketch ‘Four candles/fork handles’ and it is from the vantage point of this shop’s steps that enabled the passage of local political events to be observed with close scrutiny. It is the observation of how the negative influences from the style of modern politics in Government introduced by New Labour in 1997, and a more liberal society, filtered across the country to Shropshire Council, which in turn had an impact on our own community through corrupt local politics and propaganda. Not satisfied there, the destructive force moved into the neighbouring parish of Neen Savage . . . . . . This account combines the impact of high-profile public scandals with lots of twists and turns to suggest that, although most people do not give a monkey’s about politics, we are in much different times and a wake-up call might just focus the mind a little to encourage an influence or even just an interest, in the conduct of our communities and those around us.
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