Tag: wellbeing

1st December: “World Aids Day” Всемирный день борьбы со СПИДом – ВИЧ и коренные народы Севера в России HIV and indigenous peoples in Russia

Stephan Dudeck , December 4th, 2019


(English version see blow) picture: WHO/ВОЗ В связи с этой датой хотелось бы обратить внимание на один аспект эпидемия ВИЧ инфекции в России, который еще недостаточно изучен и мало…


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What is a Public Space Without a Public? #WhoseGreen?

Julian Dobson , January 16th, 2019


A warm lunchtime in Sheffield, a city of half a million people in the north of England. It is late October and unseasonably sunny. In Weston Park, a…


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Do young people need their own law?

fstammle , April 10th, 2018


Our new Finnish-Russian co-financed research project “Live, Work or Leave? ” looks at young people’s understanding of wellbeing compared between Finland and Russia. So far one of the…


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Information and Communication Technology and Wellbeing in the Merchant Marines

Haidy Geismar , December 1st, 2016


Annamaria Dall’Anese, PhD student, UCL Anthropology If the informal use of the internet through personal devices on board merchant vessels encounters barriers due to patchy infrastructure and weather…


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Are Teaching and Learning Among the Things We Do For Love?

Susan D. Blum , February 8th, 2016


Professor Marjorie Faulstich Orellana of UCLA suggested that there is a “‘Love’ Revolution” underway in education as reaction against the punitive and judgment-drenc…


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Wellbeing and Health

Ted Fischer , October 2nd, 2015


From “No Shame, No Blame: Secrets of Living Well” produced by Vanderbilt Health and Wellness


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Wellbeing and Health

Unknown , October 2nd, 2015


From “No Shame, No Blame: Secrets of Living Well” produced by Vanderbilt Health and Wellness


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Wellbeing and Health

Ted Fischer , October 1st, 2015


From “No Shame, No Blame: Secrets of Living Well” produced by Vanderbilt Health and Wellness


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Wellbeing and Health

Ted Fischer , May 2nd, 2015


From “No Shame, No Blame: Secrets of Living Well” produced by Vanderbilt Health and Wellness


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Gratitude and Wellbeing

Ted Fischer , December 29th, 2014


I heard psychologist Dacher Keltner, a founder of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, on the radio this morning calling for more gratitude as a counterweight…


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Gratitude and Wellbeing

Ted Fischer , December 29th, 2014


I heard psychologist Dacher Keltner, a founder of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, on the radio this morning calling for more gratitude as a counterweight…


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Gratitude and Wellbeing

Ted Fischer , December 29th, 2014


I heard psychologist Dacher Keltner, a founder of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, on the radio this morning calling for more gratitude as a counterweight…


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The Good Life: Page 99 Test

Ted Fischer , November 25th, 2014


The Page 99 Test blog takes its cue from Ford Madox Ford, who remarked “Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole…


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The Good Life: Page 99 Test

Ted Fischer , November 25th, 2014


The Page 99 Test blog takes its cue from Ford Madox Ford, who remarked “Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole…


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The Good Life: Page 99 Test

Ted Fischer , November 25th, 2014


The Page 99 Test blog takes its cue from Ford Madox Ford, who remarked “Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole…


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Measures of Happiness and Wellbeing

Ted Fischer , October 4th, 2014


Who are the happiest people in the world? In what countries do we find the highest life satisfaction? These are different questions, with different answers. Cheery contentment (hedonic…


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School Is War, Prison, Factory, Machine, Business, Game, Life….And Other Metaphors: recommending Permaculture

Susan D. Blum , August 6th, 2014


If metaphors organize our thinking and if there is no genuinely neutral way of speaking about anything, then it is worth looking into the dominant metaphors used. School is a domai…


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