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Socialism - Science topic
A system of government in which means of production and distribution of goods are controlled by the state.
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Desde mi punto de vista la desestructuración familiar puede afectar a la hora de generar adicciones en el individuo ligado a la escasez de recursos personales y sociales.
We know that the increasing frequency and severity of climate change phenomena while we are under dwarf green market based environmental pollution management will sooner or later lead to green Marxism challenges to dwarf green capitalism as a way to protect nature from capitalism and restore it.
We know the structure and meaning of red socialism and of green Marxism, but what about that of yellow Marxism or socio-environmental socialism or yellow manifesto, which raises the question; What is the structure and meaning of yellow Marxism/yellow socialism?
What do you think?
I think Yes, what do you think?
Please provide your own views on the question.
I think Yes, what do you think?
Please provide your own views on the question
Communication is the key-word for both COVID causes and effects. Consequently, "life will not be the same" for the Social Sciences too. Researchers will soon want to develop a broader vision and new perspectives. This question is an invitation to brainstorm the future of the social paradigm.
Social memory is, according to Halbwachs, a social construct. In this sense, the dialogues between social forms and their contents can directly reflect on the modulation of individual and collective memory.
I'm investigating the role of diasporas in impact investments schemes, including social exchanges. Any related references would be helpful.
Thanks in advance!
Alcohol is associated with many diseases- pancreatic cancer, cirrhosis,etc and also violence, accidents and social breakdown
And yet, many in our Society are able to control their intake. And many abstain for religious reasons.
On balance, is it more harmful than useful?
Is it not time to re-consider its use?
What are your thoughts on this matter?
Social dialogue has a long history of achievements, at least in Europe. Is it not a phenomena of the past? What do You think about its future?
Nowadays social and, especially, humanitarian sciences are losing influence. If You agree with this, can You describe the reasons for that?
We all know about the traditional perfect market of Adam Smith and its place at the heart of pure or perfect capitalism.
We usually associate perfect market thinking with no government intervention unless there is market failure, but the perfect market of Adam Smith, like any other possible perfect market, can better be defined in terms of equality and freedom so as to be able to link it for example to imperfect markets such as dictatorship based markets or link it to distorted markets from the democracy point of view, which leads to the question, what is the conjunctural necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of perfect markets for example a la Adam Smith?
Feel free to provide your views, and keep in mind the angle of this question is “equality and freedom”, not government intervention or supply and demand interactions, even though they are linked.
This is an academic question, not a political one, and as usual my questions usually have a simple answer.
Likert scale is commonly used in social and behavioral sciences. The matter is whethere there is a condition that a single item in the measurement could be used for analysis and provide meaningful data.
It is seen that some people are reluctant to admit their own mistakes .
Do they feel their social dignity/ prestige are in danger ? On the other hand they should know that one can make fool to somebody for sometime but the all time . In my view these people should change their mind . One
should borne in mind that research is not for individual but for development of knowledge to explore hidden idea.
Do you agree ?
The nature of the social rights are always different to the other freedom ?
When social rights are contained in Constitution is it possible to justify this different approach ?
Are social rights considered only of the rights that cost or of the rights that impose a service?
Perfect market thinking can be applied to one dominant component based markets or to two dominant component based markets and to three dominant component based markets.
Adam Smith's market, the perfect traditional market is a one dominant component based market as it is an economy only market so it it is a perfect economy market.
Red socialism was a one dominant component based market too as it was a society only market, but it was not a perfect social market?, which raises the question, Why was the red socialism market not a perfect social market?
This is an academic question, not a political one. I expect a simple answer, what do you think?
Working on a theory of paradigm shift and flips that is linked to equality and freedom it is possible to see clearly the structure of markets, including deep social markets and red socialism/communism based markets….
This understanding helps us see the options available to markets in terms of flips or shifts when under specific sustainability gap pressures, and it allows us to see which option they would exercise if they have a choice before paradigm death/collapse like the one we saw in 1991 related to the fall of Karl Marx's world/Red socialism.
From this angle, knowing the difference between different types of markets, especially close ones, is very relevant.
Looking at the deep social markets and red socialism/communism based markets, raises the question, can you see what was or is the difference between deep social markets and red socialism/communism based markets?
If you think you can see it please share it or describe it so we can exchange ideas.
Paradigm death, shift and flip expectation theory suggest that a perfect paradigm flips to take the form of the perfect inverse opposite paradigm, and when it does that the order of political and legal loyalty flips at the same time. And when, the opposite process takes place, the inverse is expected to happen.
When the capitalism a la Adam Smith model(TM = aBc) was flipped in 1848 to take the form of the Karl Marx red socialism model(KM = Abc) the order of political and legal loyalty that existed in the pure capitalism system then was flipped to the inverse political and legal loyalty that existed in red socialism countries during the period of red socialism(1848-1991).
Yet in 1991, when red socialism fell and China flipped back to pure capitalism, China did not flip its political and legal loyalty structure to that of Adam Smith’s capitalism structure, but kept the one it had from the old red socialism era.
And this raises the question, why was China able to flip back to pure capitalism in 1991 after the fall of red socialism and still maintain intact the order of political and legal loyalty that it had before the fall?
Any ideas? Please, share them, but Please keep in mind, this is an academic question, not a political one.
The fall of red socialism in 1991 led to the flip in those countries from social responsibility to economic responsibility as the paradigm shift from red socialism to economy friendly red socialism that Karl Marx probably had in mind in the long term did not materialize.
This flip of responsibilities in 1991 led to the coming of the new members of the capitalism family, cementing for once, the two current families of pure capitalism, democratic capitalism and non-democratic capitalism.
The flip from pure capitalism to red socialism since 1848 was a flip from economic responsibility to social responsibility, which shifted the loyalty structures found in pure capitalism.
The flip back from red socialism to pure capitalism in 1991 was a flip from social responsibility to economic responsibility, which maintained the loyalty structures as they were.
Had red socialism shifted to economy friendly red socialism, then the loyalties in those countries would have shifted to the same structure of loyalty in pure capitalism countries, and authoritarian parties and leaders would have fallen as a consequence of the paradigm shift.
Hence, the loyalty structures of a system may change or may remain the same as a result of paradigm flips up and paradigm flips back or due to paradigm shifts.
Therefore, there is a link between the direction of paradigm dynamics and loyalty structures in the systems affected by sustainability or responsibility pressures, so the question:
“Democratic capitalism and non-democratic capitalism: Do they have the same political and legal loyalty structure?”
What do you think? Can you see the political and legal loyalty structure in those two systems?
Feel free to share your views.
This is an academic question, not a political one.
If there are sustainability gaps, then there are market illusions as well as broken circular economic structures.
Hence there is a market illusion associated with red socialism/Karl Marx and with pure capitalism/Adam Smith as each of these models has specific sustainability gaps embedded in them.
Can you see these market illusions, the red socialism market illusion and the pure capitalism market illusion?
Please provide your own views on the question, I will appreciate that.
Many researchers use the term of effect or impact but I think the have to use only relationship. What is your opinion?
I am looking for research results, scientific articles, tips which factors affect on Industry 4.0 implementation and spread of using in practice.
Maybe simple PESTEL factors could be useful - political, economical, social, technological, environmental and legal.
I would like to see your experience in this research domain
I want MSCI KLD 400 social index database for my research project. can anyone help me with this? Where is it available?
This is a digital gateway for measuring and tracking social impact. It may be of interest to you in your research as an opportunity to collaborate as the platform is available for free to social enterprises, corporates and individuals: https://www.becollective.com/.
I am currently looking for up to the minute research or research within the last 18 months or so which details the effect that the venezuelan crisis is having on venezuelan society. Preferably non-partisan as there is a tendency to just blame the Venezuelan government rather than considering the wider causes.
cultural division etc.
If any of the questions listed below is interesting to you, please write a comment stating your view or please recommend the question you find interesting to contacts you think may be interested in commenting.... recommendations lead to interest...
Most of the questions have no answer either because the links of researchgate did not lead them to the forums of relevance or they were just ignored, but I think the questions remain relevant today....
Past Questions still up for grabs, CLICK the links below each question if you would like to provide your view/answer to that specific question;
Who do you think will win the next round of RIO process?
Is the working of old democracy another unintended consequence of paradigm shift?
Is it right to consider the 2012-2019 period a loss in terms of green economic thinking and action?
Can extreme democratic outcomes like BREXIT and USEXIT persist in the absence of chaos?
Is a normal democratic outcome at the end of both BREXIT and USEXIT?
Will the corona virus’s painful experience lead to another push towards fully socially friendly capitalism?
Will the recovery of the pro-rich growth economy need a trickle up push from a direct trickle down program?
Under which conditions will the rich/corporations welcome extreme government intervention like direct trickle downs?
Does the coming of direct trickledowns means the end of traditional conservatism?
Can elite or dominant component action or inaction be explained through the theory of entanglements?
What are the implications of trading social responsibility for economic responsibility?
Can extreme liberal democratic outcomes such as USEXIT/BREXIT exist without a nationalist blanket?
Can BREXIT and USEXIT be considered to be fake extreme democratic outcomes?
Production levels and production prices in red socialist countries, where do they or did they meet?
Why do you think we shifted to partially clean green markets in 2012 instead of fully clean ones?
Do you know what the structure of the perfect green market is?
Food for thoughts: Is the green market a dwarf market?
Is the coming of the sustainability paradigm creating a sustainability market knowledge gap?
The Chinese stock market just crash, is it time now to fix the financial system model?
Global Studies of Childhood
Special Issue: Children’s Art in Times of Crisis
Expressions of Interest due February 1, 2020
Editors: Monica Eileen Patterson (Carleton University) and Hannah Dyer (Brock University)
This special issue of Global Studies of Childhood focuses on children’s art and its relation to social crises. Child Studies scholars, psychologists, educators, clinicians, and curators have long held that making art helps children process and socialize difficult experience. This special issue explores the affective, aesthetic, emotional, social, and political processes involved in the making and sharing of art, placing emphasis on the potential for art to offer insight into the circumstances, consequences, and urgencies of crisis.
Keywords and key topics:
Trauma and memory Aesthetic expression
Drawing, sculpture, painting, comics, crafts, photography
Bio-politics and war
Carceral states and surveillance Colonialism, genocide, imperialism Climate change and environmental disaster
Race, racism, and racialization Homophobia or trans-exclusions Internment and detention Migration and border-crossing Galleries, museums, bedrooms, kitchens, classrooms, and community centres
We welcome submissions adjacent to (but not limited to) the following questions: * What new affective, epistemological, and political frameworks emerge out of children’s art during/after political crises? What new knowledge and insight might be gained by attending carefully to children’s art that responds to crises? * How is children’s art interpreted and received by those around them? How and for whom is it produced? How has it been mobilized for particular interests and agendas? How can it best be engaged and understood? * How is violence (material and symbolic) expressed in and understood through children’s art? * How does making art allow children to disrupt ahistorical and universalizing definitions of childhood? * What is the power of children’s art as a form of witness to the impact of injustice that demands or evokes affective response in its viewers? * How do children not interpolated by normative developmental theory express their needs and desires through art?
Expressions of interest:
Please email an abstract of 500-800 words (including key references) and a short bio of each author to guest editors by Feb. 1, 2020 at email@example.com .
Timeline: Invitations to submit full papers will be sent by February 28, 2020
Deadline for full papers of no more than 6000 words: June 30, 2020
Review process and revision: July 15 – October 30, 2020 Deadline for final manuscripts: November 15, 2020 Anticipated publication date for the Special Issue: mid January 2021
I am looking for general information on social, political background events related to the Holocaust Literature
Curious about the idea, that philanthropically-minded entrepreneurs can help to diffuse/institutionalize social innovation due to their belonging to at least two matured fields of business and philantrophy, bridging multiple institutional logics, creating boundary spanning networks and pushing entrepreneurial experimentalism through patient philanthropic capital.
What do you think?
If entrepreneurship is a mindset then social entrepreneurship is also just a mindset or anything more? To answer this question I felt one more dimension to this problem is the personality trait, then further I introspected then felt no more than personality a social entrepreneur should be a person with skills, but cannot be just being emotional.
Psychological fatigue with social distancing is emerging as a major challenge for curbing a pandemic now into its eighth month. That’s especially so among young adults who are less fearful of the coronavirus, and suffer greater economic and social costs when they stay home. Read more at: https://www.bloombergquint.com/coronavirus-outbreak/fatigue-with-social-distancing-poses-virus-containment-challenge Copyright © BloombergQuint
A good student-teacher-relationship and a good class climate are important factors for both student learning outcomes and students' social and emotional development.
For a research project I am searching for a self-rating-scale for teachers to rate their own actions to promote a good student-teacher-relationship. The scale should cover important aspects like:
- Showing interest in / caring for students' emotional state
- Showing interest in students' activities outside the classroom
- Preventing/reducing disruptive/aggressive behavior and conduct problems (in order to promote a comfortable classroom climate for everyone)
- Consider students' needs and preferences when planning lessons and other classroom activities
Does anyone know a well evaluated scale that has already been used?
Of course, it would be possible to construct some items and use them as a scale. However, it would be great if results could be compared acrosse studies and countries - therefore an existing scale would be great.
In face to an imperfectly known future, entrepreneurs must proceed by trial-and-error. It is known that there are typically many failures for one success (see, e.g, the excellent book by Tim Harford: 'Adapt - Why success always start with failure'). For business entrepreneurship, there is the feedback of bankruptcies, but where is the feedback for institutional entrepreneurs? I can only think of social crises - with the extreme example of Lenin and Stalin for whom this feedback took 70 years to work. Is any of the scholars working with problems of institutional entrepreneurs examining this problem?
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted the world with a heavy toll on human lives and economic activities. Its rapid global spread has and continues to affect millions of people. The countries most affected by the virus have experienced a heavy burden on their healthcare systems and witnessed shortages of medical equipment, medication and sanitary materials. Globally, most countries have been forced to adopt strict measures to fight coronavirus. In addition to following World Health Organisation recommendations to test widely, contact trace, and quarantine, most countries have adopted measures such as total lockdowns, stay at home to save lives campaigns, and travel and movement restrictions, social or physical distancing and handwashing. What could be observed is that most of the solutions to this pandemic has been offered by medical experts based on their epidemiological studies, mainly to flatten the epidemic curve. Unfortunately, the medical driven solutions have been problematic in the context of overcrowding, poverty, and weak health-care systems not just in developing countries but also in developed countries. The Medical sponsored interventions place a heavy toll on the informal economic and casual labour sector and success depends on a particular country's political leadership, socioeconomic realities, and epidemic stage. COVID-19 presents more than a health problem i.e “a state in which a person is unable to function normally and without pain” because a person can in some cases function normally and without pain with COVID-19. It presents social problem, defined broadly as “a condition that has negative consequences for large numbers of people and that is generally recognized as a condition that needs to be addressed.” It requires mainly social solutions. This understanding will shift the paradigm from medical to social. The paper is of a view that the ways in which a problem is perceived and judged strongly affect the kind of solution suggested, so far the solutions are short term, unsustainable and medical in design. Further, COVID -19 requires social solutions based on people’s perceptions of the social problem, exiting social conditions, and people’s perception of their desired quality of life.
Social distancing and city/town close-downs may be disproportionately affecting rich and poor, young and old, men and women, one race vs. the other race, causing social justice issues? Which social injustices/inequity issues are emerging in the COVID-19 era?
Check out our publication:
Shah GH, Shankar P, Schwind JS, Sittaramane V. The Detrimental Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2020;26(4):317‐319. doi:10.1097/PHH.0000000000001200.
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I have a 2(within)x2(within)x2(within)x2(within)-subjects design where I failed to conduct a (post hoc) power analysis.
My within-subjects-factors are as follows: - Knowledge (High vs. Low) - Motivation (High vs. Low) - Social Level (Self vs. Co vs. Shared) - Strategy Type (Cognitive vs. Motivational)
I already conducted two studies with this design. For the first study, I had N = 278 participants, for the second, I had N = 144 participants.
Could someone please give me the name of any programm that can do power analysis with so many factors?
Because I am working on social vulnerability of riverine people
I would like to use a free social isolation scale for NON comercial use. Can anyone recomend one for me?
Taking into account the latest worrying statements from world leaders (WHO, World Bank, ...) because of COVID-19, we can fear the worst for the world economy. The foreseeable consequences on health and social life are looking grim. Perhaps, we should be skeptical about achieving the SDGs and/or, without defeatism, worried about the loss of acquired...
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I'm seeking contributions & advices about the possible encounter between the analysis of social formations and the study of quantum states. Thank you.
I am currently working on a research about the CSR of a company.
I have evaluated the company's level of commitment in CSR activities through questionnaire-based surveys, and I have collected 52 responses from company's employees. I have already conducted a descriptive statistics but I would like to carry out a hypothesis test. I am trying to answer the following question:
"Does the company focus more on the social or environmental dimension of CSR?"
On the bases of the literature, companies pay more attention to social issues rather than environmental. So my hypothesis would be:
companies focus more on the social dimension of the CSR rather than the environmental.
As I said I based my CSR evaluation on the judgement of the company's employees, which rated some socially/environmentally responsible activities on a scale from 1 to 5. Hence I have certain scores with respect to environmental aspect, and certain scores with respect to the social aspect.
In light of this, how can I run a hypothesis test using SPSS?
Thank you for your time.
What social and economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic are you observing in your country as a migrants receiving or sending country?
Is it possible to say that the arguments in this direction are not very strong?
When a community’s life, with its cultural-social level, generates a kind of spatial pattern in formation, there are two processes that move in parallel: the first generates differences in the pattern of the local network system and reflects the specificity of cultural differences in the place; The second seeks to generate more inclusive community structures.
Consequently, social and cultural forces drive the wheel of architecture towards its local concepts, when it places its local practical imprint on its spaces, by defining its geometric forms and generating a distinctive pattern of differences in local models.
عندما تولد حياة مجتمع، بمستواها الثقافي ـ الاجتماعي، نوع من النمط المكاني في التشكيل، فأن هناك عمليتان تتحركان بصورة متوازية: الأولى تولد الاختلافات في نمط منظومة الشبكات المحلية وتعكس خصوصية الاختلافات الثقافية في المكان؛ والثانية تسعى إلى توليد هياكل مجتمعية أكثر شمولية. بالتالي تقود القوى الاجتماعية والثقافية، عجلة العمارة، نحو مفاهيمها المحلية، عندما تضع بصمتها العملية المحلية على فضاءاتها، عن طريق تحديد أشكالها الهندسية، وتولد نمطا مميزا من الاختلافات في نماذج محلية.
Well. Do You have some reference on how the triple-helix (government/academia/industry) has been working on social disasters (e.g. outbreaks, natural ones, so on)?
I'd like to know how the triple-helix is using innovations (open innovations, new technologies, new policies, and any thing like that, any sort of nature) to manage social or urban resilience.
I am undertaking a piece of research work on shifting place identities and wondered what philosophical lens you prefer - Social Construction / Phenomenology and why?
Families are the basic, foundational social units in all human communities around the world. Parents are their child’s first teachers. More than day care or other caregivers, most of their child’s learning happens at home with their family. Creating an environment where their child can learn the appropriate skills and values as well as learn how to socialize and be secure creates a solid foundation upon which their child can grow.
Is the COVID-19 pandemic going to decrease or affect social & Human science researches for the benefits of applied sciences researches?
and what is the level of effectiveness?
Im looking for research that uses position generator measures of social capital, developed by Lin & Dumin (1986), or similar information (social ties on a set of predefined occupations) using software specifically designed for network analysis (Ucinet mainly).
Lin, N., & Dumin, M. (1986). Access to occupations through social ties. Social Networks, 8(4), 365-385
Tax reform is a crucial step in mobilizing revenue in developing countries. However, it is not a easy agenda to be implemented because of political and social challenges.
DV= EWB (comprises from 8 variables in dichotomous nature, based on yes and no)
IV= Social exclusion (comprises from 6 indicators and each indicator has 5-8 statements based on categorical and continuous data)
please write me the step wise procedure of the statistical tool and reference papers, books and videos link. I'll be highly thankful.
All talk about the physical and social effect of covid 19 we rarely discuss it from the moral side. It is time to reconsider our moral values.
I am doing social constructionist research on everyday life. There are so many books on qualitative research that it is hard to decide which one is among the top best ones. I am searching for a book that can be seemed like the best guide for qualitative research methods, data analysis and overall qualitative approach.
The social concern of school related gender based violence has been trending lately in various education research journals and discussions around psycho-social well being of learners. I need clarity on how this issue concerns the field of inclusive education?
the influence of this pandemic on the enviroment, social life , economy of the world.
This question aims to socialize with young researchers the good advice from those who already have some experience as a scientist.
Does anyone know how I can get a copy of Steven Asher & Sonda Gabriel "The Social World of Peer-Rejected Children,' paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco (March 1989 )?
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a pandemic by the WHO.
The structures of social contact critically determine the spread of the infection and, in the absence of vaccines, the control of these structures through large-scale social distancing measures appears to be the most effective means of mitigation. Here use an age-structured SIR model with social contact matrices obtained from surveys and Bayesian imputation to study the progress of the COVID-19 epidemic in India. The basic reproductive ratio R_0 and its time-dependent generalization are computed based on case data, age distribution and social contact structure. The impact of social distancing measures - workplace non-attendance, school closure, lockdown - and their efficacy with duration is then investigated. A three-week lockdown is found insufficient to prevent a resurgence and, instead, protocols of sustained lockdown with periodic relaxation are suggested. Forecasts are provided for the reduction in age-structured morbidity and mortality as a result of these measures. The study underlines the importance of age and social contact structures in assessing the country-specific impact of mitigatory social distancing.
I have been modeling and forecasting deaths, death rates, prevalence (active cases) and incidence (new cases) for international countries and U.S. states. Most recently it has been possible to propose safe dates when easing of social restrictions can be gradually implemented.
These can be found in postings (#13 and #12 for weekly updates and #11 for Social Easing) on the following. I invite comments and critiques.
I am proposing that social comparisons on social media will mediate the relationship between passive social media use and social anxiety, and that gender will moderate this association, such that 1. the effects of passive social media on social comparisons, and 2. the effects of social comparisons on social anxiety, both are stronger in females than males.
Managing the social and environmental impact of financial institutions
I need to analyse some data collected using the SF-12 Version 1 with the UK adaptation of 1 extra category for 'Social Function' (6 instead of 5) compared to the original US version.
Following extensive reading and literature searching I am unable to find the scoring algorithm for this UK SF-12 Version 1. I have found the US algorithm from Ware et al, 1995, but this only has 4 SF categories (and corresponding coefficients) where I need 5.
Through the literature search I identified a paper from 1997 by Jenkinson, C. Development and testing of the UK SF-12 (short form health survey). Journal Health Services Research Policy 2(1) 14-18. From the abstract available online it looks as though this might provide the coefficients for the adapted UK version. However, it is not available in our university library system so I have requested through inter-library loan - but I am not sure how long this will take and I need to complete this work within the next week.
If anyone can direct me to the appropriate algorithm, with the correct number of coefficients or link me to this article it would be much appreciated.
Many thanks and kind regards
Dr. Jenny Patterson Midwife and Research Fellow School of Health and Social Care Edinburgh Napier University
I m studying economic sociology and i am interested in migration studies.Does anyone have any interesting migration subjects for PhD thesis especially from economic and social aspect.
any idea is appreciated
I believe COVID-19 pandemic will affect social scientists’ productivity during this outbreak. Because individuals are at home and surely their concern is not participating in a research/survey. Researchers may also be reluctant to conduct a study in this period. In this situation, lots of sub-questions may be discussed:
- How social scientists will collect data next year?
- Do you think the online survey method will be the prominent approach to collect data?
- Will the number of social sciences research decrease?
Covid-19 spread is strongly related to social spreading. Global instructions demand for social distancing. More than ever before finding the right balance between privacy legislations and general interest is a topic for debate.
There are communications with Google and Facebook to get help by providing de-identified data in order to map social spreading now, tomorrow but perhaps as important based on the spreading of the last 60 days.
My question is: how to solve this? Are any groups or labs looking for a solution?
What is the general opinion on the value of open data related with social spreading?
Sven Van Poucke, MD, PhD
i need to understand how gated affects socially on social fabric
I think it is necessary to eradicate the exclusion. Social exclusion is a problem worldwide, whether due to rights, resources or basic capacities (labor market, education, etc.)
What are the key areas that we should be investigating?
Are there specific clinical interventions that require our urgent attention?
In my opinion, an egalitariam society is fairer than a feminist society because nowadays the modern feminist is not able to fight against inequality. From my view the egalitariam can fight for a egalitariam social than feminist whitout any type of discrimnation due to being born man or woman. what do you think about this?
¿Crees que es motivo suficiente juzgar a alguien por su delito cometido en el pasado para que tenga condiciones de desigualdad a nosotros a la hora del acceso al mercado laboral?
Es un tema muy señalado en nuestra sociedad, que, a pesar de venir recogido en la C.E en su artículo 25.2 el condenado a pena de prisión gozará de los derechos fundamentales. En todo caso, tendrá derecho a un trabajo remunerado y a los beneficios correspondientes de la Seguridad Social, así como al acceso a la cultura y al desarrollo integral de su personalidad.
The Centers of social insertion in Spain are destined to the internal personnel that fulfill their sentences in an open regime (third degree). They also handle weekend arrest sentences, work for the benefit of the community, suspension of sentence execution and permanent location, as well as monitoring of people on probation.
Social exclusion is process by which certain groups are systematically advantaged because they are discriminated against on the basis of their ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, caste, descent, gender, age, disability, HIV status, migrant status or where they live. Discrimination occurs in public institutions, such as the legal system or education and health services, as well as social institutions like the household” .