Tag: exclusion

Unidad psíquica relativa. Neurodivergencia ¿Un etnocidio invisible?

anthropologies , May 2nd, 2022


Read Time:14 Minute, 49 Second El ya no tan nuevo paradigma de la neurodiversidad parece estancado en el discurso sin llegar nunca …


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Digital exclusions: mental health and digital life by Dörte Bemme

Dörte Bemme , September 16th, 2021


We are closing our series with a podcast that turns to the absences and missing voices emerging alongside Digital Psy; the lifeworlds&…


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Re-framing Crime, Violence, and Poverty: new cinematic narratives of Black criminality in Imperial Dreams

ngraulich , October 12th, 2018


Introduction: reframings Redmond (2017) has noted that, in order to garner support for the punitive policies of the War on Drugs, Americans were presented with stories that framed…


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Refraction of participation by Jeannette Pols

Jeannette Pols , October 1st, 2018


Refraction of participation What does it mean to participate? What does participation do?[1] The etymology of ‘participation’ traces from the Latin word participationem, which translates as ‘sharing, …


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On being made feel out of place #Displacement

Annika Lems , August 22nd, 2018


Based on the experiences of two young Eritreans who arrived in Switzerland as unaccompanied minors, this article thinks through the feeling of being made feel out of place. …


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What the Tech Sector Could Learn from Anthropology

The Familiar Strange , July 18th, 2018


Technology is a social tool that requires understanding of social and cultural factors for it to be a driver of equality. Failing to incorporate an anthropological perspective into…


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Critical thinking: Who’s up for it?

standplaatswereld , February 25th, 2016


Petition diversifying Philosophy By Georgette Veerhuis A month ago on Thursday 21 January 2016 I attended the symposium Diversify Philosophy at the VU. It sounded mysterious. Why does…


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Contextualizing Exclusion: Lessons from Kambis

Amina Tawasil , September 16th, 2015


In my first blog installment I described one of my bus rides in Tehran in order to show that education, the transmission and acquisition of knowledge and sensibilities, is…


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