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Three Worlds
Three Worlds
Dr. Diego Salazar R., PhD
[email protected]
The world is out of joint?
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Can this adult world expect his youth
(their children and grandchildren,
to be better than they are?.
Since the adult world is all
young people have to go by
in their lives,
then the problem to be solved is the
culture of the adult world
.
The world of peers
The world of parents
The world of tv immaginary
UNEASINESS IN THE CULTURE
I have often wondered
why I feel a very distinct discomfort
in the Western culture in which I live.
I found a possible answer.
here is an attempt
to translate it into words.
It is not only a moral discomfort.
it is much more than that
Thomas theorem
Nothing is either good or bad
but thinking makes it so
Hamlet
THE PROBLEM IS NOT EVIL
BUT THE CONSEQUENCES OF EVIL
For the better sometimes
for worse some others
there have been important cultural changes
THE CRISIS OF TRADITIONAL VALUES
SANTA CLAUS REPLACES JESUS
FOR CHRISTMASS
NEL 1931, SI È VERIFICATO
UNA IMPORTANTE TRANSIZIONE CULTURALE
Human behavior: possibilities explain action*1
Bruno S. Frey, aus Foppa
University of Zürich, Switzerland, University of Berne, Switzerland
1986. h 2002.
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The first and decisive stage of human decision making is
determined by constraints and knowledge about the
alternatives available to an individual.
Four types of constraints define the individual's possibility
set: resources, the state of technique, standards, and selfimposed constraints.
Knowledge may be objective and subjective, but for
individual behaviour personal knowledge which tells the
particular individual what applies to himself, is decisive. In
the second stage the individual decides between the (few)
alternatives in the possibility set.
decisions
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resources,
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the state of technique,
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standards, and
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self-imposed constraints.
EVIL?
Evil or psychopathology?
Is there anything like evil?
Is there anything like immorality?
Is there anything like psychopathology?
Dishonesty of the most decent people
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The scandal over allegations that the richest woman in
France, Liliane Bettencourt, has hidden part of her fortune
from the tax authorities has involved a high-profile member
of the government of President Nicolas Sarkozy. The Minister
for Employment, Eric Woerth, - whose wife worked for
Bettencourt handling some of her finances - has denied all
allegations: his links with tjhe heiress (87 years old) has come
under review after the former butler of Bettencourt made
secret tapes of conversations in her home in the elegant Paris
suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine. The tapes are said to have
suggested that Bettencourt has conspired to evade taxes by
hiding around 80m Euros in Swiss bank accounts by failing to
declare goods and donations to the major party of Sarkozy's
(the UMP).
Cleptomania or fraud?
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Florence Woerth, Eric Woerth, Liliane
Bettencourt, Francois-Marie Banier y
Francoise Bettencourt-Meyers.
Has the savage always been there?
Labors of love from a Christian
dictatorship?
They could make worlds
They have left a cultural heritage
among their followers
for generations to come.
They have changed culture for the worse,
in that they clearly showed
their views could make worlds:
Gulag, Auschwitz, Lidice, Kosovo, Chile,
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“IT”
CONTINUES
THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS?
LYNNDIE ENGLAND
MY LAI MASSACRE 1968
One thing, however, is certain. March 16, 1968, is the most infamous date in U.S. military history - a day that
far overshadows the brutality at Abu Ghraib prison and the killing of 24 civilians by U.S. Marines in Haditha
in western Iraq. With lasting shame, it is remembered as the My Lai Massacre.
WILLIAM CALLEY
HAS “IT” EVER STOPPED?
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Beginning in 2004, accounts of physical,
psychological, and sexual abuse, including
torture, rape, sodomy, and homicide of
prisoners held in the Abu Ghraib prison in
Iraq (also known as Baghdad Correctional
Facility) came to public attention. These
acts were committed by military police
personnel of the United States Army
together with additional US governmental
agencies.
Whom learn the young from?
All of these people
taught the world:
Power is
beyond and over
everything.
“GLAMOURIZATIONS” OF WAR
ARE THINGS BETTER THAN THIS
IN IRAK?
IN AFGHANISTAN?
IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE
STAR WARS?
IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE AVATAR?
AVATAR
YUSHCHENKO 2004
December 11, 2004
Filed at 11:30 a.m. ET
VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- Dioxin poisoning caused the mysterious illness of Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, a
doctor said Saturday, adding that the poison could have been put in his soup.
Yushchenko is now in satisfactory condition and dioxin levels in his liver have returned to normal, Dr. Michael Zimpfer, director of
Vienna's private Rudolfinerhaus clinic, said at a news conference.
A series of tests run over the past 24 hours provided conclusive evidence of the poisoning, Zimpfer said.
``There is no doubt about the fact that Mr. Yushchenko's disease -- especially following the results of the blood work -- has been
caused by a case of poisoning by dioxin,'' Zimpfer said.
The 50-year-old opposition leader first fell ill in September and was rushed to the Vienna hospital. He resumed campaigning later in
the month but his mysterious illness had left his face pockmarked and ashen.
Yushchcenko also suffered back pain, acute pancreatitis and nerve paralysis on the left side of his face.
He has accused Ukrainian authorities of trying to poison him ahead of Ukraine's presidential vote -- an allegation they have denied.
``We suspect involvement of an external party, but we cannot answer as to who cooked what or who was with him while he ate,''
Zimpfer said, adding that tests showed the dioxin was taken orally.
Zimpfer said Yushchenko's blood and tissue registered concentrations of dioxin -- one of the most toxic chemicals -- that were 1,000
times above normal levels.
``It would be quite easy to administer this amount in a soup,'' Zimpfer said.
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Everyone has so much right
As he has power
PILLARS OF SOCIETY
Crisis of veracity of adults
crisis of credibility
Image of reality?
Or just a real image?
Post traumatic syndrome
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The Associated Press
Inviato: Lunedi 8 Dicembre 2008 14:23:47 EST
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Monte Sinai, NY – Una communità de Long Island ha dedicato una strada al nome
di un soldato che è morto di overdose accidentale dopo aver lottato con disturbo da
stress post-traumatico per quasi cinque anni.
Pipe Stave Hollow Road, nel Monte Sinai è ora denominata in onore degli eroe
locale, Pfc. Joseph Dwyer. Il nativo di Long Island si arruolò nell'esercito due giorni
dopo gli attacchi terroristici a 11 Settembre 2001, e aveva servito in Iraq. Una foto
nella rivista Military Times mostra Dwyer che attraversa una zona di battaglia
trasportando un ragazzo iracheno; questa immagine è diventata uno degli iconi della
guerra. Il ragazzo iracheno è stato ferito durante uno scontro pesante tra l'esercito
degli Stati Uniti del 7 ° reggimento di cavalleria e le forze irachene nei pressi del
villaggio di Al Faysaliyah, l'Iraq, il 25 marzo 2003.
Dwyer morì nel giugno di un sovradosaggio accidentale dopo anni di trattamento per
il suo disturbo psicologico. Amici che hanno contribuito a ottenere il via rinominato
per Dwyer hanno iniziato una organizzazione volta a sostenere i soldati che lottano
con PTSD.
Reality of the image=image of reality?
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The Associated Press
Posted : Monday Dec 8, 2008 14:23:47 EST
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MOUNT SINAI, N.Y. — A Long Island community has named a street after a
soldier who died of an accidental overdose after struggling with post-traumatic stress
disorder for almost five years.
Pipe Stave Hollow Road in Mount Sinai is now named in honor of local hero, Pfc.
Joseph Dwyer. The Long Island native enlisted in the Army two days after the Sept.
11, 2001, terror attacks and served in Iraq. A Military Times photo of Dwyer running
through a battle zone carrying an Iraqi boy became one of the iconic images of the
war.
Dwyer died in June of an accidental overdose after years of treatment for his
psychological disorder. Friends who helped get the street renamed for Dwyer have
started an organization aimed at assisting soldiers who struggle with PTSD.
WARREN ZINN / FILE Pfc. Joe Dwyer carried a young Iraqi boy who was
injured during a heavy battle between the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry Regiment and
Iraqi forces near the village of Al Faysaliyah, Iraq, on March 25, 2003. Dwyer died of
an apparent overdose at his home in North Carolina on June 29, 2008
Reality of “reality?
Molto spesso ho condiviso con molti giovani
un disagio profondo da vivere in un mondo
in cui non posso credere,
davvero una società dello spettacolo,
dove pochi cose sono realmente reali,
la maggior parte sono solo apparenza,
una mostra di fantasia istrumentale
GUARDIAN.CO.UK
A British soldier's story: 'People are suffering … I couldn't go back'
Alexandra Topping
Thursday 30 July 2009
Lance Corporal Joe Glenton, a soldier with the Royal Logistics Corps, has written to Gordon Brown explaining
why he refuses to fight in Afghanistan. He spoke to Alexandra Topping.
I was sent to Afghanistan in 2006 and from the start it was very challenging, it's a very hard place to be posted.
There was so much confusion about why we were there, whether it was to get rid of the poppy fields, or for
national security.
I saw repatriations all the time and it just grinds you down.
I want the government to consider the welfare of the guys out there, and the welfare of the Afghan people.
People are suffering and it shouldn't be allowed.
When I came back from Afghanistan in 2007 I was promoted and redeployed in the UK.
I wasn't supposed to be going back originally, because it would have been in breach of harmony guidelines
[under which soldiers should not spend more than more 13 months within a three-year period on tour].
But then we were told we would be going back.
And I just couldn't go back.
It was an incredibly difficult thing to do, I loved the army, but I had lost my faith in the structure, the
government and the cause.
I went to south-east Asia, I just needed to escape.
I was dealing with it very badly, drinking a lot.
Depression is a word that gets bandied about easily, but I wasn't very happy, that's for sure.
I was trying to find space to sort myself out, trying to drown it with drink.
He young know what war is like without intertmediaries.
Knowledge flows across the world through the networks.
The young are the privates and
soldiers
A real image=
image of reality?
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in the modern human world there are
people who confuse the reality of the image
with the image of reality.
The human world is like a great game play
intended to be confused with reality
in favor of economic interests, or political
or religious groups
that concentrate the power
Globalization of culture:
Social learning
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MACCHIAVELISM
the use of political power
exercised without the brake of moral scruples
so that everything is considered valid
to achieve a particular purpose.
“A prince must not worry about incurring the infamy of
those vices without which he hardly can save the state
(Chapter XVI) ...
a prince should not hesitate to be cruel
(Cap.XVII) ... when he has to, in order to hold statehood,
he must act against faith, against charity, against humanity,
against religion (Chapter XVIII).
Foreign affairs
Theology Today - Vol 28, No. 4 - January 1972 - Beyond Morality and Immorality in
Foreign Affairs
Schlesinger:
"The necessary amorality of foreign affairs" means
that there is in the international relations of states
an amoral factor
which cannot be avoided.
It means that the failure to take due account
of this necessary amoral factor leads
to counsels of confusion
in the making of decisions and in judging them.
WORLD POPULATION
REDUCTION
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The World’s Elite Are Discussing Population Reduction
As was reported only last month by the London Times, a “secret billionaire club” meeting in early May
which took place in New York and was attended by David Rockefeller, Ted Turner, Bill Gates and others
was focused around “how their wealth could be used to slow the growth of the world’s population”.
We questioned establishment media spin which portrayed the attendees as kind-hearted and concerned
philanthropists by pointing out that Ted Turner has publicly advocated shocking population reduction
programs that would cull the human population by a staggering 95%. He has also called for a Communiststyle one child policy to be mandated by governments in the west.
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In China, the one child policy is enforced by means of taxes on each subsequent child, allied to an
intimidation program which includes secret police and “family planning” authorities kidnapping pregnant
women from their homes and performing forced abortions.
Of course, Turner completely fails to follow his own rules on how everyone else should live their lives,
having five children and owning no less than 2 million acres of land.
In the third world, Turner has contributed literally billions to population reduction, namely through
United Nations programs, leading the way for the likes of Bill & Melinda Gates and Warren Buffet
(Gates’ father has long been a leading board member of Planned Parenthood and a top eugenicist).
The notion that these elitists merely want to slow population growth in order to improve health is a
complete misnomer. Slowing the growth of the world’s population while also improving its health are two
irreconcilable concepts to the elite.
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IS THIS THE WORLD
THAT WANTS BETTER
YOUTH?
TOO MANY PEOPLE
SINCE THERE ARE
TOO MANY PEOPLE
ON EARTH,
AN EXCESS POPULATION
IN NEED OF BEING CULLED,
IS IT NECESSARY TO WORRY
ABOUT DISPENSABLE YOUTH?
WARS, EPIDEMICS, FAMINES WILL DO
THE JOB.
33 LIVES
CHILE
A minimum of ethics
is a protective factor for human
safety
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The role of media figures in adolescent development: relations between autonomy,
attachment, and interest in celebrities
GILES David C. ; MALTBY John
The influence of figures from the mass media on adolescent development has been
somewhat neglected in the literature to date. One particularly important influence
concerns the parasocial relationships that adolescents form with favourite celebrities,
which have been described as secondary attachments. In this study, celebrity interest
was investigated in a sample of 191 British adolescents between the ages of 11 and 16,
using a shortened version of the Celebrity Attitude Scale. It was hypothesised that
celebrity attachments would reflect the transition from parental attachment to peer
attachments and would also be related to increasing emotional autonomy. It was
found that, after controlling for age-related effects, high emotional autonomy was a
significant predictor of celebrity interest, as well as high attachment to peers and low
attachment to parents. Different patterns were observed according to the functions
of celebrity attachment: intense, personal interest in celebrities was best predicted by
low levels of security and closeness. These findings suggest that celebrities provide
adolescents with a secondary group of pseudo-friends during a time of increasing
autonomy from parents, but intense focus on a single celebrity may result from
difficulties in making this transition.
Personality and Individual Differences 2004, vol. 36, no4, pp. 813-822
WE NEED A MORAL SOCIETY
SO AS TO GENERATE
MORAL YOUNG PEOPLE.-
THIS IS THE WORLD
WESTERN AVERAGE ADULTS
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ADULTS ARE:
SEXY AND EROTIC
HEDONISTIC AND SENSUOUS
AMBITIOUS
TO THE POINT OF GREEDY
A CONSUMERIST
HEDONISM
SEXUALITY
shakira
SOCIAL LEARNING
IF THE ADULT WORLD IS SO,
THAT IS THE WORLD OF PARENTS,
GRANDPARENTS, ADULT FRIENDS OF
THE FAMILY, ADULT RELATIVES,
GIVEN TJHAT IT IS THE WAY IT IS,
EVEN AT THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS
LEVELS,
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM YOUNG
PEOPLE?
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THEIR
CHILDREN, THEIR GRANDCHILDREN,
THEIR DEAR YOUNG PEOPLE?
A TEST AMONG MANY
OTHERS: HARDSHIPS
A SIMPTOM:
WHAT USE FOR SCIENCE?
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Who is owner of the genes? Francis Temman /
Agence France Presse Washington.
The decodificacione of the human genome opens up
the debate on who owns the rights to this genetic
treasure.
God? An entrepreneur?
heritage of humanity?
each?
All of them?
WE HAVE 88% of our genome
in common with chimpanzees,
our next of kin
in animals
Scimpanzé e umani
http://www.ite.educacion.es/w3/tematicas/genetica/2005_10/docs/webmec68.doc
WHY IS HE A CHIMPANZEE AND WE ARE
HUMAN? The question is simple, but extremely
complex, because the answer would be © to start defining
what the unique characteristics of the human species and
different from any other animal species. In other words,
Either what makes us human? There have written
thousands of pages on the subject by addressing the
problem from different scientific perspectives. Although
there are still many uncertainties regarding the
evolutionary mechanisms, Either what seems clear is that as
a result of the evolutionary process, humans have three
singularities that did not complete any other animal
species: being the subject of culture, be ethical and Â'â €
™ € ™ s be religious subjects (Lacadena 2005):
BEING ETHICAL:
CRISIS
IN LIVING TOGETHER
Come si sposta il confine tra peccato e non peccato, tra lecito e
illecito, nei secoli dell’età moderna?
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How do you build the social perception of a transgression?
How do I create a community consensus around the book as
an act of sin? How do you get that the repressive measures
of deviance are approved and endorsed by the community?
As you move the line between sin and sin, between lawful
and unlawful, in the centuries of the modern age? What is
the geography of sin in the confessional map of Europe?
When is outlined in the European culture the distinction
between sin and crime? What are the institutions of control
and repression of ideas and behaviors considered deviant?
Church and state cooperate in controlling these behaviors, or
are in competition with each other? What is the route of
education, culture, the behavior of the ecclesiastical judges
and lay people who sit in courts and other institutions of
control?
1993 HANS PETER DUERR,
ETHNOLOGE
http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-13683044.html
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Die These, der moderne Europäer sei weniger zivilisiert, als
er von sich glaube, bedeutet für die anthropologische
Vergangenheit: Die Primitiven waren keineswegs so wild
und ungebärdig, wie es die fortschrittsgläubige
Geschichtsphilosophie annimmt. Zivilisierung und
Primitivismus stehen seit je in einem konstanten, ewig
ungelösten Spannungsverhältnis. Diesen Kulturbegriff
entfaltet Duerr in "Obszönität und Gewalt" besonders
eindringlich und multikulturell weiträumig. Dabei gelingen
ihm immer wieder überraschende Exkurse in die
Archaismen der jüngeren Gegenwart - mit zuweilen jähem
Wechsel zwischen dem Komisch-Obszönen und dem
Erschütternd-Bestialischen
1993: SECONDO DUERR
primitive cultures were not so wild and unruly, as assumed
the progress of history and philosophy of nell'istoria.
Along human history, civilization and primitivism have been
in a constant, unresolved tension forever.
This is the problem Duerr examines in his book
"OBSCENITY AND VIOLENCE."
He notes that the tension between the two forces
is particularly intense and extensive in young people
Who often show an archaic conduct
sometimes with sudden changes
between the comic-obscene and shocking-beastly
Hooligans: A CULTURAL HERITAGE
The social model-Social learning
Too young to be a hooligan?
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Football hooliganism is unruly and destructive
behaviour—such as brawls, vandalism and
intimidation—by association football club fans.[1]
Fights between supporters of rival teams may take
place before or after football matches at prearranged locations away from stadiums, in order to
avoid arrests by the police, or they can erupt
spontaneously at the stadium or in the surrounding
streets. Football hooliganism can range from
shouts and small-scale fistfights and disturbances
to huge riots where firms attack each other with
deadly weapons such as sports bats, bottles, rocks,
and knives.[
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The first instance of football violence is unknown, as many football games
have been played around the world for years, but football and violence can
be arbitrarily traced back to at least the Middle Ages in England. In 1314,
Edward II banned football (which then was a violent free-for-all involving
rival villages fly-hacking a pig's bladder across the local heath) because he
believed the disorder surrounding matches might lead to social unrest or
even treason.[5] The first recorded instances of football hooliganism in the
modern game took place in the 1880s in England, a period when gangs of
supporters would intimidate neighbourhoods, as well as attack referees and
opposing supporters and players. In 1885, after Preston North End beat
Aston Villa 5-0 in a friendly match, the two teams were pelted with stones;
attacked with sticks, punched, kicked and spat at. One Preston player was
beaten so severely that he lost consciousness. Press reports of the time
described the fans as "howling roughs".[5] The following year, Preston fans
fought Queen's Park fans in a railway station; the first recorded instance of
football hooliganism away from a match. In 1905, several Preston fans were
tried for hooliganism, including a "drunk and disorderly" 70 year old
woman, following their match against Blackburn Rovers.
Young hooligans
Sex pistols 1975
ADULT WORLD 
 YOUNG WORLD
hipotesi
Young people do nothing but translate
the adult world
Into their possibilities.
Young people are a product
From the intergenerational transmission
proposed by Bowen.
The young people's lives are a result
From social learning.
The passionate model:
charles fourier
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The model by which average adults live:
eroticism
greed
hedonism
egocentrism
SEX
GLUTTONY
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GREED
Jeffrey Skilling, Enron Corp.’s former chief executive, is seeking to overturn his 2006 conviction for
securities fraud and other crimes associated with Enron’s monumental collapse in late 2001.
Known for his trademark scowl, Skilling is serving a 24-year sentence in a Colorado prison. Skilling
could win a new trial if the Supreme Court sides with him.
HEDONISM
Le passioni secondo Fourier
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La teoria dei quattro movimenti è legata all'idea di armonia,
prevalente nelle scienze naturali poiché
nell’analisi di Newton l'universo è ordinato e armonioso.
Secondo Fourier, l'uomo è in disarmonia
con il `quattro movimenti
(materiale, biologico, animale e sociale)
attraverso la sua auto-indulgenza, indebolimento e incapacità di
affrontare i fenomeni naturali.
Fourier riteneva che il suo sistema di 'harmonism' sarebbe davvero
eliminare i conflitti attraverso tutti a soddisfazione delle passioni.
Fourier pensava che tutti dovrebbe essere consentito
di svolgere la sua passione, non per sentimenti di solidarietà e
senso del dovere, ma perché il gioco delle passioni è buono per la
comunità nel suo complesso.
Le passioni secondo Fourier
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Théorie des Quatre movimenti (Teoria dei quattro movimenti),
primo edito nel 1808 e rielaborata fino alla sua stesura finale del
1841, è il primo, fondamentale lavoro in cui Fourier dichiara i suoi
obiettivi per un governo mondiale e l'economia amministrata da
Passionate Attraction ("una teoria di armonia universale che nasce
dalle rovine delle scienze incerte.
Secondo Fourier,
l'unica possibilità di trasformazione della società
tutto il risanamento dei disturbi sociali originati dalla povertà,
andando contro la morale borghese,
viene
dalla opulenza, della lussuria, della gola e della sensualità
per tutti ...
SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION:
SMALL WORLD HYPOTHESIS
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Computer networks
In 2001, Duncan Watts, a professor at Columbia University, attempted to recreate
Milgram's experiment on the internet, using an e-mail message as the "package" that
needed to be delivered, with 48,000 senders and 19 targets (in 157 countries). Watts
found that the average (though not maximum) number of intermediaries was around
six.
A 2007 study by Jure Leskovec and Eric Horvitz examined a data set of instant
messages composed of 30 billion conversations among 240 million people. They
found the average path length among Microsoft Messenger users to be 6.6 (some
now call the theory, "the seven degrees of separation" because of this.)[12].
In 2009 a networking site called GLACIR was created that uses the six degree of
separation concept to connect humanity. It automatically builds your six degrees of
separation for you and, not only connects you to people around the world, but also
shows how you are connected to world news as well. The site has since been shut
down and its founders moved on to a new venture.
It has been suggested by some commentators[13] that interlocking networks of
computer mediated lateral communication could diffuse single messages to all
interested users worldwide as per the 6 degrees of separation principle via
Information
WHAT DIFFUSES
ACROSS
THE WESTERN WORLD
Theory of private choice
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James Buchanan:
The theory of private choice is "politics without
romance." The wishful thinking displaced by
this theory assumes that the participants in the
political sphere aspire to promote the common
good. In the conventional view of "public
interest", public officials are portrayed as
benevolent "civil servants" who faithfully carry
out the "will of the people."
In modeling the behavior of individuals as driven by the goal of
utility maximization and economic jargon for a personal sense
of wellness, economists do not deny that people care about their
families, friends and community. But the choice of private, as
the economic model of rational behavior on which it is assumed
that people are guided mainly by their own interests and, more
importantly, that the motives of the people in the political
process, are no different from those of the housing market, or
the automotive market. They are the same human beings, after
all. As such, the voters "vote their wallets in support of
candidates and ballot propositions they think will make them
personally better, bureaucrats seek to advance their own
careers, and politicians seeking election or reelection to office.
public choice, in other words, simply transfers the rational
actor model of economic theory to the sphere of politics
GARY BECKER egoismo
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The Nobel Prize in Economics in 1992, he was
assigned to the economist Gary Becker. The
fundamental principles of the theory of Gary
Becker are:
1) selfish activity promotes economic growth
through the "trickle down" or outpouring of wealth
from rich to poor
2) the human being seeks to acquire the largest
possible number of things that it considers useful
3) the acquisition of things individuals rationally
perform the calculations as an individual
trying to maximize their profits, rather than seek
the benefit of the larger group that is part
Nuova cultura
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The new culture replaces religion,
politics, and the philosophy
of human life orientation,
for economy.
The new cultural heroes are the business
managers.
Crise della veracità
Crise della credibilità dei riferimenti
Crise della fiducia
CHI CREANNO LA
REALTÀ?
Suscettibilità
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FENOMENO FONDAMENTALE:
Suscettibilità ai gruppi di riferimento:
Dato qualcosa, ci sono sempre susceptibili
ad esso
Esso è il potere della celebrità
Controllo sociale
Il modello di sviluppo sociale (Hawkins et al. 1992)
e la teoria del controllo sociale
(Hirschi 1969) si basano sul presupposto
che il controllo sociale e teoria dell'apprendimento (Bandura, 1977)
sono strettamente collegate.
Valori e norme di comportamento sono appresi
in un contesto sociale
Tre sistemi di riferimento sociale, sono di particolare ifluenza:
la famiglia, gli amici e la scuola.
Fattori essenziali per l'avvio di alcol, di sigarette
E per il consumo di droghe illecite
sono positivi attribuzioni cognitivele le pratiche accettate
entro l'ambiente sociale.
La nuova cultura
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Tutta la cultura è lo appreso,
ciò che non viene con i geni.
La cultura si diffonde
attraverso un processo di insegnamento e di
apprendimento informale e sociale.
La globalizzazione delle informazioni
diffonde la nuova cultura
attraverso molteplici canali nel ondo.
DANARO
IMAGINARY NUMBERS
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Su una nota più leggera, il Nobel 2002 in
Economia è andato a amministratori
delegati delle società coinvolte negli
scandali contabili societari di quell'anno per
"adeguare il concetto matematico di numero
immaginario per l'uso nel mondo degli
affari".
Nuova etica
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Enron ha usato la crisi di energia elettrica del 2000 nello stato della
California per manipolare i prezzi, per vendere energia elettrica
cinque volte più costosa del prezzo reale e per sospendere
pagamenti in modo fraudolento.
WorldCom nel 2002 aveva perdite di quasi quattro miliardi di
dollari, ma li ha trasformatoi in benefici a far salire il prezzo delle
azioni.
Shell irregolarmente ha registrato 7.400 milioni di dollari e ha dato
previsioni ottimistiche circa il prezzo dell'energia elettrica per
fingere un rendimento superiore a quello reale.
Qwest, di comunicazione a fibre ottiche, ha simulato acquisto e
vendita inesistente per aumentare il valore delle azione.
Bristol-Myers, il quinto a livello mondiale farmaceutico, ha
manipolato informazioni sui prezzi dei loro prodotti per accelerare
le vendite.
Merck ha registrato falsi ricavi per 14.000 milioni di dollari
Una crise planetaria
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2008:
funzionari americani hanno rivelato i risultati di un'indagine
penale nei confronti di centinaia di persone accusate di frodi
ipotecarie. "Operation Malicious Mortgage", diretto dal
Federal Bureau of Investigation e altre agenzie statali di quel
paese, ha portato ad accuse penali contro 406 persone
accusate di coinvolgimento negli schemi fraudolenti per la
concessione de prestiti ipotecari.
La maggior parte delle famiglie che hanno perso le loro case
durante la crisi del mercato immobiliare sono stati ingannati
quando hanno firmato i loro mutui.
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I subprime ("prestiti a persone con credito traballante), sono
stati trasformati in titoli e venduti in tutto il mondo. Il
crollo di questi fondi, che hanno provocato perdite di US $
1.400 milioni per gli investitori, hanno provocato anche il
completo crollo de Bear Stearns.
Nel mese di marzo 2008, JP Morgan hanno deciso di
comprare Bear Stearns, con il sostegno della U. S. Federal
Reserve, e questo accordo è stato approvato dagli azionisti
della banca. Bear Stearns è stata una delle vittime principali
della crisi del credito statunitense che è stata innescata da
perdite delle banche legate al mercato immobiliare negli
Stati Uniti. La Federal Reserve ha agito prontamente dopo la
caduta di Bear Stearns per evitare che la crisi si sarebbe
diffuso nel resto del settore della finanza internazionale
Company
Year
Nugan Hand Bank
1980[1]
ZZZZ Best
1986[2]
Barlow Clowes
1988[3]
MiniScribe
1989[4]
Polly Peck
1990[5]
Bank of Credit and
1991[6]
Commerce International
Northern Rock
Audit
Firm
Country
Australia
United
States
United
Kingdom
United
States
United
Kingdom
United
Kingdom
United
Kingdom
Notes
Ponzi scheme run by Barry
Minkow
Gilts management service.
£1110 million missing
Luxembourg
United
1992[7]
Phar-Mor
States
United
1996[8]
Informix
States
United
1998[9] Ernst & Young
Cendant
States
United
Waste
1999[10] Arthur Andersen
States
Management, Inc.
United
2000[11] PricewaterhouseCoopers
MicroStrategy
States
United
Unify Corporation 2000[12]
States
United
Computer
2000[13] KPMG
States
Associates
Clearstream
Financial
mistatements
Michael Saylor
Sanjay Kumar
United
States
[15]
One.Tel 2001 Ernst & Young Australia
Arthur
United
Enron 2001[16]
Andersen
States
Deloitte &
United
Adelphia 2002[17]
Touche
States
United
2002[14] Ernst & Young
AOL
States
Xerox
2000[14] KPMG
Falsifying financial results
Jeffrey Skilling, Kenneth Lay, Andrew
Fastow
John Rigas
Inflated sales
Network capacity
Arthur Andersen
Bermuda swaps to inflate
Global Crossing 2002
revenues
United
Improper booking of
2002[14] Arthur Andersen
Halliburton
States
cost overruns
United
Improper booking of
Homestore.com 2002[14][21]
States
sales
United
ImClone
2002[22] KPMG
Samuel D. Waksal
States
Systems
United
Misleading
2002[14][23] PricewaterhouseCoopers
Kmart
States
accounting practices
Recorded coUnited
2002[14]
payments that were
Merck & Co.
States
not collected
United
Conflict of interest
Merrill Lynch 2002[24] Deloitte & Touche
States
[14]
Mirant
2002[14]
Nicor
2002[14]
Peregrine Systems 2002[14] KPMG
Qwest
Communications
2002[14]
Reliant Energy
2002[14] Deloitte & Touche
Sunbeam
2002[25]
United
States
United
States
United
States
United
States
United
States
United
States
Tyco International 2002[14] PricewaterhouseCoopers Bermuda
Overstated assets and
liabilities
Overstated assets,
understated liabilities
Overstated sales
Inflated revenues
Round trip trades
Improper accounting,
Dennis Kozlowski
WorldCom
Royal Ahold
Parmalat
HealthSouth
Corporation
Chiquita Brands
International
AIG
Bernard L.
Madoff
Investment
Securities LLC
Overstated cash
flows, Bernard
Ebbers
Inflating
2003[26] Deloitte & Touche
Netherlands promotional
allowances
Falsified
accounting
2003[27][28] Grant Thornton SpA
Italy
documents,
Calisto Tanzi
United
Richard M.
2003[29] Ernst & Young
States
Scrushy
United
2004[30]
Illegal payments
States
Accounting of
United
2004[31] PricewaterhouseCoopers
structured
States
financial deals
2002[14]
Arthur Andersen
United
States
2008[32]
Friehling & Horowitz
United
States
Ponzi scheme.[33]
Anglo Irish
Bank
Satyam
Computer
Services
Lernout &
Hauspie
2008[34] Ernst & Young
Lehman
Brothers
2010[36] Ernst & Young
Ireland
2009[35] PricewaterhouseCoopers India
Anglo Irish Bank hidden
loans controversy
Falsified accounts
Belgium
United
States
Failure to disclose Repo
105 transactions to
investors
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CHE qualcosa è NORMALE
non sempre significa che è opportuno
SESSO
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A long history
The subject of sex has been part of the medium almost since
its start. But displays of sex, intimacy and even body parts,
for the most part, have been evolutionary, not revolutionary.
In the 1950s, TV couldn't show married couples sleeping in
the same bed. In the '60s, exposing the bellybutton of I
Dream of Jeannie's Barbara Eden was verboten. Braless
jiggles on Charlie's Angels were considered daring in the
'70s. But by the '90s, the expanse of adult-themed content on
premium channels such as HBO and sex-infused music
videos on MTV made baring the derriere of a hefty NYPD
Blue cop acceptable to the masses on ABC.
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Sex on TV: It's increasingly uncut — and unavoidable
By Gary Strauss, USA TODAY
If sex sells, TV programmers are adding inventory to an already
humongous sale.
Viewers are about to see full-frontal male nudity, heterosexual,
homosexual and group sex, and graphic scenes rarely — if ever — seen on
mainstream TV. And that's just on pay-cable Starz's fornication-heavy, 13episode Spartacus: Blood and Sand (premieres Friday, 10 ET/PT), a 300meets-Caligula epic about the Roman Empire's notorious slave/gladiator.
MTV plans a June launch of The Hard Times of RJ Berger, a scripted
comedy about a nerdy 15-year-old whose cool quotient heats up when his
anatomical gift is accidentally exposed. And basic-cable network Spike's
just-launched raunchy college-sports comedy Blue Mountain State
(Tuesdays, 10 ET/PT) showed a masturbating school mascot on the Jan. 12
premiere, while last night's episode featured a scene suggesting oral sex
between a coed and jock before the opening credits.
You need to be loud
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"You need to get eyeballs. You need to be loud," says Spike
programming chief Kevin Kay, who is pairing Blue
Mountain with reruns of HBO's sex-centric Entourage.
"Our viewers are experiencing content on other cable
channels or the Web. Movies and video games are going
after this audience, too."
TV's latest sexually charged offerings add to the current
wave of attention-seeking — if less visually explicit —
reality and scripted programs filled with frank themes and
content, such as MTV's hookup-focused reality hit Jersey
Shore.
Mature content?
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ABC's Cougar Town — which had a memorable scene that
implied Courteney Cox's character administering oral sex to
her date — premiered last fall. Also new in the past year:
HBO's Hung, a dramedy about a well-endowed teacher
moonlighting as a prostitute; National Geographic TV's
adult-themed documentary series, Taboo; and VH1's
titillating Sex Rehab With Dr. Drew.
"You can definitely see an arms race," says FX programming
chief John Landgraf, whose groundbreaking series such as
Rescue Me and Nip/Tuck set new standards for mature
content on basic cable.
Sex and sex
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Established shows are amping up, too. Nip/Tuck is wrapping its
sixth and final season with boundary-pushing themes centered on
its often sexually compulsive plastic surgeons, and ABC's
Desperate Housewives has cast former Dexter star Julie Benz as a
stripper for the series' fifth season.
Showtime's Secret Diary of a Call Girl returns Monday with
hooker Belle (Billie Piper) looking for source material for another
book through new sexual experiences with clients.
Showtime's aptly titled Californication recently ended its third
season with sex-addicted Hank Moody (David Duchovny) getting
more booty than ever — juggling three women while pursuing a
fourth. Moody's best friend and manager (Evan Handler) grappled
with an ex-wife and randy boss (Kathleen Turner), while guest
star Rick Springfield, playing himself, had several solo and group
conquests.
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"It's funny what's considered risqué these days," says
Audrey Landers, whose sexpot image, burnished by eight
seasons on '80s hit Dallas, led to a Playboy pictorial in 1983.
Last year, the actress, singer and fashion designer was
developing a cable reality show, which was rejected for its
tameness. "They suggested my mother, 18-year-old niece and
I sex things up by posing for Playboy," says Landers, 53.
Critics such as the Parents Television Council decry the
mushrooming sexual content. "It's become downright
ubiquitous," says council president Tim Winter. "Families
are under siege, teenage girls are under siege. You don't
know what the cultural impact will be down the road."
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Others, such as Fordham University media observer Paul
Levinson, say TV merely mirrors life. "It sounds radical, but this is
healthy for popular culture," Levinson says. "Mainstream TV has
been frozen in a very puritanical position by Congress, the FCC
and the Supreme Court — all who don't seem to understand the
First Amendment. Sex is part of life. If people are offended, there's
a simple remedy: Don't watch."
Taste standards and broadcast guidelines aside, sexual content —
and where to push boundaries — is largely established by
programmers seeking traction among fickle viewers, then
benchmarked by others who want to push the envelope.
"When advertising dollars are down you have to cut through —
you have to get attention," says JD Roth, producer of NBC reality
hit The Biggest Loser.
Danger: out of touch with
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ABC programming chief Steve McPherson says he has faced no
pressure to edge up content but acknowledges late prime-time slots
offer opportunities. "If you can get a loud broadcast-acceptable 10
p.m. show, it's a time to take chances," McPherson says.
Moreover, broadcast executives acknowledge that premiumchannel and basic-cable-channel rivals are altering the TV
landscape.
"We don't want to be out of touch with the way society is going,"
says NBC's Angela Bromstad. "At the same time, you have to be
careful what you put on air."
Says Doug Herzog, president of MTV Networks entertainment
group: "The line moves every day, so you got to move with it. You
can't put the genie back in the bottle."
Natural evolution of things
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'Natural evolution of things'
Californication creator Tom Kapinos says there'll be
consequences for the central character's sexual
rambunctiousness next season, and perhaps more of an
attempt to keep his pants zipped. "I don't know how much
further you can push things," Kapinos says. "But this is still
a show about a single guy in L.A. There's a lot of trouble to
get into."
Greenblatt notes Spartacus could raise the bar — or lower it
— when it comes to both the pervasiveness and explicitness
of TV sex. "I'm sure after Spartacus, there'll be more," he
says. "It's the natural evolution of things."
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Blue Mountain State producer Brian Robbins, whose credits
include Smallville and One Tree Hill, says he's not
surprised by the explicit sex on air these days.
The irony isn't lost on Robbins, perhaps best known as the
long-haired lothario Eric Mardian on ABC's '80s sitcom
Head of the Class. "I was the stud on that show, but I didn't
get to do anything," Robbins says. These days, "anything
goes."
And as far as Blue Mountain State? Says Robbins: "I'd be
way too embarrassed to sit in a room with my mother
watching it."
Noemi Letizia (Newfotosud)
Svelata l’idendità di Noemi, la 18 enne napoletana che ha fatto infuriare la moglie di Silvio Berlusconi. Bionda, alla moda, sembra
quasi una velina….la ragazza è colei che ha scatenato le ire di Veronica Lario. Silvio Berlusconi, infatti, avrebbe partecipato alla festa
dei 18 anni di Noemi, tanto che quest’ultima ha il privilegio di chiamarlo persino “papì”.
Veronica Lario, si è molto arrabbiata perchè Silvio Berlusconi non ha mai partecipato alla feste dei 18 anni dei suoi figli, e per questa
ragione non comprende il motivo di questo suo interesse per questa 18enne napoletana
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This morning I totally hit the jackpot! I stumbled upon the
queen of the guidettes from MTV’s the Jersey Shore’s own
YouTube channel. SnookTv to be exact.
SnookTv features videos of the girl who invented the poof
(so she says) hanging out with her group of girls, lip-syncing
and singing to songs, and just talking complete garbage.
There is also a twelve second video of her at school saying
how much she hates it. Snooki and her group of friends
called themselves the Brunette Mafia. Wow. Really?
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Snooki might be a little obsessed with herself, but it is pretty
damn funny to watch her. She has a slide show called
“Hottest Guidettes Ever,” playing pictures of her and her
friends to the song “Feel Your Love” but Kim Sozzi. The
girls are making kissy faces pursing their lips and tilting
their heads in almost all the pictures trying to look sexy.
She has over a thousand subscribers to her channel! Can
you believe it? I can, there is definitely something really
ridiculously funny about this mess of a girl that I like
watching. I’m a little embarrassed to say but I too just
became a subscriber.
She sings “Took the Night” by Chelley wearing a stupid
pink ed hardy hat. I can’t get my jaw off of the ground after
seeing this video.
Two pop stars
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After this whole Big Bird (Vienna Girardi) and Bachelor Jake Pavelka break-up, we wonder what went
wrong… or not, right? Wasn’t right from the start clearly, but apparently he wasn’t interested in sex… but
who would be with Big Bird? Is he gay or just not that into her? Hmm… By looking at this picture, I say
the verdict is… gay…
“Even though she was in love with him, she knew he didn’t love her, ” a source claims.
Vienna eventually came to the conclusion that the real reason for Jake’s aversion to intimacy with her was
not his religious ideals but his lack of interest in women. “He just wasn’t ever physical with her,” the
source added. “Vienna told me, ‘I don’t think Jake is into girls.’”
The source confirmed Vienna’s accusations that Jake’s affections were purely for publicity reasons. “He
was only nice to her in front of the camera and he was only affectionate on the red carpet,” the source
added.
Vienna told Star magazine that she went six months without physical affection from Jake. She goes into
his excuses in great detail, including Jake telling her that premarital sex was a sin. The magazine, which
goes on sale this week, fills in the blanks of what was happening – or, actually, NOT happening — behind
closed doors.
Who the hell would stay in a relationship where the guy didn’t touch you for 6 months? What is up with
that? I’d go crazy! Jake, dude, it’s 2010, premarital sex is not a sin honey.
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