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A Playful Polemic in One Act

The Characters:


SCENE: The set consists of two rooms separated by a narrow hallway. 3,895 more words


The "Criminal Mind:" Discourses of Mental Health and Crime, Part 3

Abigail Jane Mack

“UNLOCK THE POWER OF THE WELLNESS EFFECT.” In white lettering across a cool blue background photograph of happy workers, Prudential Financial touts the employer benefits of financial well-being for employees. 1,478 more words


Imprison Nick Clegg - Do Not 'Knight' Him!

We object to Nick Clegg being offered a Knighthood

Nick Clegg – as the Leader of the Liberal Democrats, and as Deputy Prime Minister in the Tory-LibDems Coalition (2010-2015), was responsible not only for the facilitation of the devastating ‘Austerity’ policy initiated by both political parties, but also the subsequent deaths of around 120,000 vulnerable, poor and disabled people in the UK, through the privatisation of the NHS and the dismantling of the Welfare State. 89 more words

Leftwing Political Analysis

Let's imagine what anti-nudge looks like ... #nudge #antinudge #thoughtexperiment #workproposal 

Let’s just imagine. Where you can, you tend to do. Temptation, after all, is so delicious.

Let’s imagine, then, that nudge theory – in its nascent form, the meat of advertising since whenever advertising began – and now well assumed by good politics to move the masses in socially constructive ways, is being used – also – by those who are criminal, or verge on criminality. 364 more words

Thought Experiments

AF: Original Gangster: The Real Life Story of one of America's Most Notorious Drug Lords, by Frank Lucas

Welcome to the final volume in our exploration of the anthropology of crime, Frank Lucas and Aliya King’s Original Gangster. Unlike the other book in this series, this one is actually (co)authored by the criminal himself. 1,587 more words


Suffragettes Need To Be Stopped

I was scrolling through facebook a few weeks ago, and came across this picture on a page I followed called “Being Feminist” (which I have since unfollowed). 134 more words