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Religion as ritual – 60 Second Adventures in Religion (2/4)

November 28, 2019 at 3:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Sixty second adventures in religion. Number two, religion as ritual. Isidore Auguste Marie Francois Xavier Comte was a French philosopher and one of the founders of sociology – who preferred to be known as ‘Auguste.’ He believed that society went through three stages – first, that primitive people thought things they didn’t understand were down

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“Religion as ritual – 60 Second Adventures in Religion (2/4)”

Perspectives on deviance: Differential association, labeling theory, and strain theory

November 23, 2019 at 3:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Voiceover: In the last video, we defined norms and outlined some basic ways that a person could violate a norm. When a norm is violated, it’s referred to as deviance. And though the word, deviance, seems negative, it’s not. It simply means that an individual’s behaving differently from what society feels is normal behavior. If

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“Perspectives on deviance: Differential association, labeling theory, and strain theory”

Sociology of religion

November 22, 2019 at 1:22 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

In this lecture, I’ll talk about the early interest of sociologists in religion, some of the reasons why sociologists are interested in this topic, what a sociological perspective on religion involves, and the issue of whether religion can be fully explained in sociological terms. Sociologists have studied religion right from the beginning of the discipline

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“Sociology of religion”

Social Interaction & Performance: Crash Course Sociology #15

November 19, 2019 at 7:14 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

You’re daydreaming in class when the teacher calls on you and asks you a question. You don’t know the answer, so you look desperately around the room for help. Finally, one of your classmates whispers it to you. So you say the answer, and the moment of terror is over. You go back to daydreaming,

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“Social Interaction & Performance: Crash Course Sociology #15”

Rachel Carbonara PhD Student in Anthropology and Sociology of Religion

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RACHEL CARBONARA: I am Rachel Carbonara. I am a PhD student in the anthropology and sociology of religion program here in the Divinity School. I study spiritual tourism in South America. I’m focused mostly on Peru and Brazil and right now I’m really focusing on the Cusco region of Peru. So what that means is

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“Rachel Carbonara PhD Student in Anthropology and Sociology of Religion”

Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh

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Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Ilze Garda Imagine. Imagine that schools recruit children who have the most different thoughts and behaviors. Imagine that children who learn differently are considered children with special rights. Imagine that educators have all the tools and strategies they need to meet all the needs of the learners in their classroom. Imagine

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“Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh”

Postgraduate Social Sciences at Oxford

November 18, 2019 at 5:15 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

With nearly 1,000 academic staff in the social sciences, Oxford University has the largest grouping of social scientists in the UK As a graduate, you can take a wide choice of courses, all supported by innovative research Degrees range from social sciences with lab-based elements – for example, in geography and archaeology – through to

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“Postgraduate Social Sciences at Oxford”