The movie begins with a sky view of rain over Tokyo City at night. There are many quick shots from different view tops of the buildings, before… Read more “Death Note”
According to Merton, there are five typologies in which a person may have a cultural goal and a means to attain them. There are many ways to… Read more “Five Typologies”
In the Industrial Society in which Karl Marx saw developing from the Feudal Society he began to notice two distinct classes that names changed depending on the… Read more “Roots of Sociology”
In Hawaii, there is a chain of 132 islands that extend for more than 1500 miles. Out of these many islands, there are eight main island called:… Read more “Hawaii”
The Republic of Belarus is located west of Russia, above Ukraine and below the Baltic nations of Lithuania and Latvia as well as the neighbor to Poland.… Read more “Belarussian Hospitality”
Switzerland is a country that is small in size and lodged in the middle of several larger countries making its culture more blended. The main themes to… Read more “Switzerland”
Ever since Congress has made it legal for the News to “inform” on stories with little to no facts, I no longer trust a single word that… Read more “Attack on Journalism”
This week in Art Appreciation, the class toured the gallery next door and actually had a chance to have a Q&A with the artist, Daniel Flores. He had an interesting point of view on privacy and it’s value in today’s society. He brings up the point on how with the rise and advancement of technology the ability to keep things private is becoming harder and harder. It is also interesting that he has the mindset to destroy than rebuild his exhibit at the end of the day, just to prove his point.