Steve Earle wrote: “The revolution starts now / when you rise above your fear / And tear the walls around you down / The revolution starts here.” Thankfully, time has finally brought us companies (big and small) that are re-thinking traditional...
For scholars, due to the ammount of publication we must own and the numbers of journal articles, the decision is not really free from interest.
Science World Report Magic Meets Neuroscience in 'Cup and Balls' Experiment ABC News (blog) How does the mind work? We may be closer to answering this centuries-old question, with the help of a little magic.
"Many of the most distinctive attributes of our species are a product of our brains. To understand the function, development, variability, and evolution of the human brain, we must engage with the ﬁeld of neuroscience."
"In this article, we integrate approaches from biological and cultural anthropology to describe changing relationships between humans and animals in the Dzanga-Ndoki Park and Dzanga-Sangha Dense Forest Reserve (RDS), Central African Republic (CAR). "
Writer from an Other Culture Huffington Post Almost every interview I have done as an author has presented me with some variation of this question: 'What is it like, being a writer from another culture?
"The theme of mutuality has lately emerged in anthropology by the hand of two of our most influential contemporary thinkers. Yet they explore it in apparently unrelated guises: by the hand of Johannes Fabian, mutuality emerges as a methodological preoccupation in discussions about fieldwork ethics referring to the way in which anthropologist and informant are engaged in processes of co-responsibility (2001, 2007); by the hand of Marshall Sahlins, mutuality is a constitutive principle in personal ontogeny that allows for a theoretical re-founding of kinship studies (2011)."
How do you change the culture of an organization or society? I ask because of Robert Francis's claim that "a fundamental culture change is needed" in the NHS. This runs into the problem described by Phil Hammond in the ...
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