1. Targeted Advertising. By Brenden & Dustin


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    This video focuses at everyday advertising, and how sociology has a bigger part into it than you may think. You will see many different examples of how company's are targeting their customers, directly through the commercials they produce.

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    • World News Visualisation


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      This video shows an application I created using vvvv and The New York Times's fantastic article search API. It started out as a small student project at Burg Giebichenstein Halle but has become larger and larger in my personal time. It visualises the amount of news that was published about each place in the world on every day since 1980. I hope I can do a web version or a really big projection one day, meanwhile please just watch this beautiful video with beautiful music by Podington Bear.

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      • The Secret History of Marriage


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        Think "traditional marriage" means a male breadwinner and one wife? Think again. Scholar and author Stephanie Coontz takes us on a whirlwind historical tour that will change everything you thought you knew about the institution of marriage.

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        • The Onomatophore of the Anthropocene


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          Written and performed by Bronislaw Szerszynski Images by Adam York Gregory

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          • Les paysans et le Pouvoir – Georges Duby


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            Georges Duby, titulaire de la chaire d’histoire des sociétés médiévales au Collège de France, était l’invité des Après-midi de France Culture, une semaine durant au micro de Pierre Descargues, alors qu’il venait de publier Les paysans et le Pouvoir. Première diffusion le 28/09/1976 sur France Culture.

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            • Braudel – Comment l’histoire s’est-elle fabriquée ?


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              En juin 1959, Fernand Braudel posait la question de la crise de l’Histoire, faisait le point sur l’historiographie et en définitive se demandait : comment l’histoire s’est-elle fabriquée ? Heure de Culture Française. Première diffusion le 11/06/1959 sur la Chaîne Nationale.

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              • Why Major in Sociology or Anthropology at IU South Bend?


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                Video promoting the Sociology and Anthropology majors at IU South Bend.

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                • Double Identity Interview with Prof. Carolyn Chernoff


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                  This is an interview of sociology professor Carolyn Chernoff for the Double Identity Project by Simon Klein for the NY6 Think Tank. It is a discussion of identity roles and the internet. Find out more about the project at doubleidentityphoto.tumblr.com

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                  • UC Berkeley Sociology Commencement Promo


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                    • Social Sciences at Northumbria University, Newcastle.


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                      By studying a course within Social Sciences you will be joining a community of enquiring minds who are interested in international developments, analysing crime and the criminal justice system, communicating on a global scale through language, and challenging conventional wisdom. The Department offers courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate taught level in our subject fields of Criminology, Politics, Sociology, and International Development. We recognise that professional experience is invaluable to your learning and so have built strong relationships and partnerships with organisations including Arts Alliance, Oxfam, the Department for International Development, New Writing North, the Youth Offending Team, Procter & Gamble. You’ll have the opportunity to undertake research placements, volunteering and accredited work-related learning in challenging environments such as prisons, youth offending teams, homeless charities and parliamentary offices as well as exchanges with overseas universities. https://http://northumbria.ac.uk/socialsciences

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