The Four Pleasure model by Lionel Tiger, a Canadian anthropologist. is a framework that can be used to help evaluate how pleasurable a product will be use and own. 86 more words
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I recently had the chance to sit down with one of the world’s foremost anthropologists to talk about condos.
Dr. Lionel Tiger grew up in Montreal as a friend of Leonard Cohen. 729 more words
In the days since the latest in a string of reported sexual assaults at the University of British Columbia, posters have cropped up across campus: “Don’t be a creep! 1,137 more words
Are men oppressed? Male rights activists maligned as 'sexists' fight to have movement recognized on campus
At the latest battle in the emerging campus war over men’s rights, as a man in a pink keffiyeh, with a pink hammer and sickle on his chest, shouted slogans through a pink megaphone at a group of men’s rights activists who marched on the Ontario legislature to denounce the oppressive effects of feminism, it was tempting to invoke Henry Kissinger’s quip about the Iran-Iraq War: “It’s a pity they both can’t lose.” 1,251 more words
A fundraising campaign to create a Canadian Centre for Men and Families kicks off Wednesday in Toronto with a lecture by a leading anthropologist of gender, in an effort to boost the political clout and intellectual credibility of men’s issues. 743 more words