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- Book Review: The Sociologist and the Historian by Pierre Bourdieu and Roger Chartier
- Handbook of Clinical Sociology
- Charlie Don’t Surf
Book Review: The Sociologist and the Historian by Pierre Bourdieu and Roger Chartier
Film Quarterly 1 December ; 48 2 : 10— Sign In or Create an Account. User Tools. Sign In. Skip Nav Destination Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Volume 48, Issue 2.
They claim that the manipulation of human behavior for profit is coded into these companies with Machiavellian precision: Infinite scrolling and push notifications keep users constantly engaged; personalized recommendations use data not just to predict but also to influence our actions, turning users into easy prey for advertisers and propagandists. Frankenstein, the scientist who went too far — for the digital age. They deliver their cautionary testimonies with the force of a start-up pitch, employing crisp aphorisms and pithy analogies. Polarization, riots and protests are presented as particular symptoms of the social-media era without historical context. But the grab bag of personal and political solutions they present in the film confuses two distinct targets of critique: the technology that causes destructive behaviors and the culture of unchecked capitalism that produces it. Running time: 1 hour 34 minutes.
Handbook of Clinical Sociology
Moline, Illinois. My dad just lost his job. One day I tried getting in the shower, and it was cold. I put the hot on all the way and no cold, and it was freezing. It felt like shoving your face in a bunch of snow.
There have been other documentaries raising concerns about the impact of social media on our privacy and our morale and even our democracy, including the very good-to-excellent " Screened Out ," " Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World ," and " The Great Hack. While all of the films have impressive experts to explain how we got here and why here is not a place anyone should be, in this movie many of the experts are the same people who got us here—top executives from Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and other sites that seduce us into spending time and sharing information so they can sell both. As the film opens, we can see that the people who will be telling us their stories are uncomfortable and embarrassed. It turns out, they will be confessing and apologizing. For example, there is Justin Rosenstein, the inventor of Facebook's most ubiquitous feature, the "like" button. He sheepishly says it was intended to "spread positivity.
Charlie Don’t Surf
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Download the PDF. This article advances insight for military and war films in teaching and learning, and strategies and techniques for employing film in college teaching. Literature on teaching and learning with film is reviewed with specific focus on the disciplines of leadership, management, psychology, and sociology. Discussed is the military and war film genre, and cadet tastes and preferences are highlighted.