1. 11.04.2008 - Die Jugo-Schweiz

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    Leben live special - zum SRG Schwerpunkt "wir andern" live aus einer stillgelegten Fabrik in Schlieren ZH. Mit 200 Studiogästen, Musik & Fussball. - (c) SF 2010

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    • Sex in the brain: do men and women think differently?

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      Few today believe women are less intelligent, but some scientists say it’s time to accept male and female brains are differently wired. With the world still divided according to gender, however, critics argue the development of the brain is always influenced by cultural assumptions. In this extraordinary debate filmed at the Battle of Ideas, the issue gets heated with ‘scientism’ turning the clocks back and insisting male and female capabilities are fixed. Speakers include Dr Ellie Lee, reader in social policy, University of Kent, Canterbury; Dr Maurizio Meloni, research fellow, Institute for Science and Society, University of Nottingham; Dr Anne Moir, neuropsychologist; author, Brain Sex: the real difference between men and women & Dick Swaab, professor of neurobiology, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, University of Amsterdam. The chair is journalist and writer Timandra Harkness. This debate formed part of the Battle for our Brains strand at the Battle of Ideas, supported by the Wellcome Trust.

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      • Hollywood Chinese VOD

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        HOLLYWOOD CHINESE brings together a captivating portrait of filmmakers and iconic images for a high-spirited look at the ways the Chinese have been imagined in the movies, from silent classics to contemporary blockbusters. Produced and directed by Academy Award® nominee and triple Sundance award-winning filmmaker Arthur Dong, HOLLYWOOD CHINESE boasts an all-star cast that includes Ang Lee, Nancy, Kwan, Wayne Wang, Joan Chen, Amy Tan, Justin Lin, and B.D. Wong. Featuring special appearances by veteran actor Christopher Lee (Fu Manchu) and stars from Hollywood’s Golden age, double Oscar® winner Luise Rainer (The Good Earth) and matinee idol Turhan Bey (Dragon Seed). HOLLYWOOD CHINESE showcases a dazzling treasure trove of clips from over 90 films, including "Better Luck Tomorrow," "Big Trouble in Little China," "Brokeback Mountain," "Charlie Chan in Honolulu," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Enter the Dragon," "Father of the Bride," "Flower Drum Song," "The Good Earth," "The Joy Luck Club," "The Last Emperor, and "The World of Suzie Wong." "A fascinating journey" (Los Angeles Times) that's “lot'sa fun” (San Francisco Chronicle) and “a joy to watch” (Time Out New York)! Winner, Taipei Golden Horse Award for Best Documentary. Visit the film's web page: http://deepfocusproductions.com/HollywoodChinese/index.html

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        • Upending Meaning: Rereading and Reframing Cultural Specificity

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          Ruben Roqueñi, Emily Johnson, Subashini Ganesan, and Wendy Red Star June 9, 2013 Portland Institute for Contemporary Art Portland, Oregon Presented as part of the 2013 PICA Symposium: How Do You Mean? Culture in Translation June 7-9, 2013

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          • African American Youth Empowerment: Culturally Relevant/Responsive Teaching and Pedagogy

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            Group Discussion about justice within education in African American Communities.

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            • Maddest Job Interview

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              Mental health stereotypes are challenged as eight people have five days to ace the world's maddest job interview, and psychologists try to identify them.

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              • #66 - Fergie of Nazareth (ft. A Man, A Million)

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                “Just the first CD though” This week we talk to Jamie & Seth from A Man, A Million from San Antonio, Texas. We talk about satisfying Mexican stereotypes, the Texas scene & applying for a job at Denny’s. Web - http://thectsm.com/ Subscribe via iTunes - http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ctsm/id430525465 Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/TheCTSM Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/TheCTSM Store - http://thectsm.bigcartel.com/

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                • Soundbites & Stereotypes - Auckland lecture audio

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                  What would it take to improve our public debate in New Zealand? In November 2012, Maxim Institute co-hosted a public lecture series with VUW's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, featuring panelists Mai Chen (public law expert), "The Nation’s" Richard Harman and journalist Bernard Hickey, to discuss the intersection of media, politics and public discourse. Back in 2008, one of New Zealand’s pre-eminent scholars, Professor Jeremy Waldron, issued a warning: “I am afraid that a society which has allowed its tradition of formal parliamentary debate to atrophy is also in danger of allowing its traditions of more informal public debate to atrophy ... The debasement of debate—the lack of mutual respect and engagement—that takes place in Parliament will feed, or mirror, a debasement of debate and a repudiation of engagement and mutual respect among citizens and among advocacy groups in society at large. Debate disappears from Parliament, debate disappears from society, debate and engagement eventually disappear altogether. All we have anymore, anywhere, in either forum, is a show of force, the posturing of preordained positions, and the quick and ruthless exploitation of momentary political advantage.” Was Professor Waldron’s prediction true? What is the state of public debate in New Zealand and what factors threaten its health? What would it take for public debate in New Zealand to be characterised by people taking time “to consider each other’s views and each other’s hopes and fears seriously and address them as though they deserved a hearing as well as an answer”?

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                  • Talking about Sexuality: Understanding and Helping VOD

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                    • Fighting Stereotypes

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                      Meeting accompanying the exhibition “Rafał Milach. 7 Rooms” Fighting Stereotypes – dr Benjamin Cope and Lisa Grolig A Britain and a German discuss photographs taken by a Pole in Russia in relation to ‘national’ differences and stereotypes. Spotkanie towarzyszące wystawie „Rafał Milach. 7 pokoi” Fighting Stereotypes – dr Benjamin Cope i Lisa Grolig Brytyjczyk i Niemka dyskutują o zdjęciach Polaka z Rosji, o różnicach „narodowych” i stereotypach. Rozmowa prowadzona w języku angielskim.

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