1. Introduction and Summary 2. The Concept of Field 3. Reality and the Intentional Field 4. Freedom and Intentional Humanism 5. Perceiving Another 6. Intentions, Attitudes, and Interests 7. Perceiving and Behaving 8. Behavior 9. Social Behavior and Interaction 10. Types of Social Interaction 11. The Equation of Social Behavior 12. The Transition to a Sociocultural Field 13. The Sociocultural Space 14. The Field of Social Forces 15. The Sociocultural Field 16. Distances 17. Status Distance 18. Status Distance and Behavior 19. The Fundamental Nature of Power 20. Social Power 21. The Family of Power 22. Social Fields and Antifields 23. Groups and Antifields 24. Class 25. Social Class And the Class-Literature 26. Conflict 27. Conflict in the Sociocultural Field 28. The Elements of Social Conflict 29. The Process of Conflict 30. Social Fields and Types of Societies 31. The
220px The Body Politic (Issue 1, Nov-Dec 1971, Toronto)
Pink Triangle Press
November 1, 1975
The Body Politic was a Canadian monthly magazine, which was published from 1971 to 1987. It was one of Canada’s first significant gay publications, and played a prominent role in the development of the LGBT community in Canada.
The magazine was first published on November 1, 1971 by an informal collective, operating out of the home of Glad Day Bookshop owner Jearld Moldenhauer. Many members of the collective had been associated with the underground publication Guerilla, which had been relatively gay-friendly but alienated some of its LGBT contributors when it altered Moldenhauer’s article about the We Demand protest of August 28, 1971. At a September meeting of the
WARNING: The first two paragraphs spoil arguably the two biggest plot twists in Game of Thrones. Also, winter is coming.
Fantastical as it is, George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones, and the HBO series which has launched it into mainstream pop culture, is rooted firmly in the personal and political experiences of life. Martin is famous for holding no character above the world’s cruelties, and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have remained loyal to the creed. Beheading the show’s ostensible lead and moral anchor, Lord Eddard Stark (played by Sean Bean), in the first season’s penultimate episode should be proof enough of that.
But Martin, Benioff, and Weiss resist the next cliché as well: Lord Stark’s firstborn son and heir, Robb, far from avenging his father’s death, is himself assassinated in even grislier fashion, along with his mother and his wife and unborn child. This scene, aptly referred
Government securities are debt instruments that a sovereign government. They sell these products to finance day-to-day governmental operations and provide funding for special infrastructure and military projects. These investments work in much the same way as a corporate debt issue. Corporations issue bonds as a way to gain capital for buying equipment, funding expansion, and paying off other debt. By issuing debt, governments can avoid hiking taxes or cutting other areas of spending in the budget each time they need additional funds for a project.
After issuing government securities, individual and institutional investors will
The Vegan Society was founded in November 1944 and we’ve made tremendous progress since.
The Vegan Society may have been established 75 years ago but veganism has been around much longer. Evidence of people choosing to avoid animal products can be traced back over 2,000 years. As early as 500 BCE, Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras promoted benevolence among all species and followed what could be described as a vegetarian diet. Around the same time, Siddhārtha Gautama (better known as the Buddha) was discussing vegetarian diets with his followers.
Fast forward to 1806 CE and the earliest concepts of veganism are just starting to take shape, with Dr William Lambe and Percy Bysshe Shelley amongst the first Europeans to publicly object to eggs and dairy on ethical grounds.
The first modern-day vegans
In November 1944, Donald Watson (right and below) called a meeting
President TrumpDonald John TrumpMeat and poultry industry groups applaud Trump for keeping processing plants open FBI releases documents showing Roger Stone, Julian Assange communications Approval for Trump’s handling of coronavirus drops 10 points: poll MORE on Thursday said his administration will begin withholding funding from self-described sanctuary cities after a federal court ruled last week that it could do so.
“As per recent Federal Court ruling, the Federal Government will be withholding funds from Sanctuary Cities,” Trump tweeted. “They should change their status and go non-Sanctuary. Do not protect criminals!”
As per recent Federal Court ruling, the Federal Government will be withholding funds from Sanctuary Cities. They should change their status and go non-Sanctuary. Do not protect criminals!