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My Friend Gets A+ Because Our Teacher Has A Secret Affair. I Told Everyone

My Friend Gets A+ Because Our Teacher Has A Secret Affair. I Told Everyone

Hi everybody! Would you like to hear something really unbelievable? I am only twelve years old, I have just entered my first year of middle school, but I have already seriously framed my teacher, my best friend, and even her mother. To tell you the truth, I have to admit that I did not mean […]

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The Choice is Ours (2016) Official Full Version
The Tomorrow Makers – Social Sciences

The Tomorrow Makers – Social Sciences

There is nowhere else that offers this type of course the Extended Social Sciences, and I’ve had a couple of visits to this University and it didn’t feel like an intimidating place to be. The course is prepared as an a lot of “raise”, and has lot of opportunities – volunteer opportunities. It opened new […]

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MSocSc Media, Culture & Creative Cities at HKU: Student view

MSocSc Media, Culture & Creative Cities at HKU: Student view

I’m Jay Forster, I’m the artistic director of Clockenflap. Which is Hong Kong’s largest music and arts festival. And I’ve obviously been studying at HKU, hence my presence here (!) I didn’t really think about doing a masters, up until the point at which I saw a postcard, advertising the course in a vegetarian restaurant […]

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Religion: Crash Course Sociology #39

Religion: Crash Course Sociology #39

Religion might not seem like something a sociologist can study. After all, religion is about personal beliefs, right? So, sociology won’t give you any answers about the existence of God, or how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. But sociology can help you think about religion as a social institution. In […]

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Social & Policy Sciences: Eszter, Adam and Rebecca’s story

Social & Policy Sciences: Eszter, Adam and Rebecca’s story

If you don’t study it, you can’t understand it and if you can’t understand it you can’t change it. This is an enormously wealthy country. Our issue, our concern is with how the inequalities arise such that a significant proportion of the population are having to live in circumstances that the rest certainly wouldn’t wish […]

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SOCIOLOGY – Max Weber

SOCIOLOGY – Max Weber

Max Weber is one of the philosophers best able to explain to us the peculiar economic system we live within called capitalism. Born Erfurt in Germany in 1864, Weber grew up to see his country convulsed by the dramatic changes of the Industrial Revolution. Cities were exploding in size. Vast companies were forming. A new […]

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STS Modules – HPSC0063 History of Social Sciences

STS Modules – HPSC0063 History of Social Sciences

I’m Tiago Mata, and the module code is HPSC0063, and it’s the History of the Social Sciences. The module is, as it says, a history of the social sciences. It’s a focused survey, a thematic survey, of the history of the social sciences in and along the 20th century, so including some of the 19th […]

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HPSC0063 – History of Social Science

HPSC0063 – History of Social Science

I’m Tiago Mata, and the module code is HPSC0063, and it’s the History of the Social Sciences. The module is, as it says, a history of the social sciences. It’s a focused survey, a thematic survey, of the history of the social sciences in and along the twentieth century, so including some of the nineteenth […]

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Machine intelligence makes human morals more important | Zeynep Tufekci

Machine intelligence makes human morals more important | Zeynep Tufekci

So, I started my first job as a computer programmer in my very first year of college — basically, as a teenager. Soon after I started working, writing software in a company, a manager who worked at the company came down to where I was, and he whispered to me, “Can he tell if I’m […]

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