Monthly Archives: March 2021

Respect social norms in a context of changing trends

FROM THE EDITORIAL OFFICE: We are educated people who know social etiquette well, but most of the time it’s always the “educated” people who do the dumbest things. Now tell me, should we just focus on expanding our knowledge and wisdom? If you say yes, you must remember that knowledge …

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Online learning | March 2021: ASU, Harvard, Bloomberg, Pearson, Instructure, Biden…

[ Newsletter format  |  Click here to subscribe ] MARCH 2021 – NEWSLETTER #41 | Latest news at IBL News | News in Spanish initiatives • Is Coursera’s Freemium Push worth it? Analysts review the company’s IPO prospectus • ASU Creates Virtual Center to Provide Career-Related Services to Students • Live-Voice Chat Clubhouse, …

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Social norms of the Erewhonians

By Pamela Bedore, Ph.D., University of Connecticut In Erewhon, Samuel Butler uses the most attractive generic features of utopia with a lot of satire. There are a lot of social norms to choose from to think about exactly how Butler constructs his satire in Erewhon, but let’s focus on three: …

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Challenging and Changing the Harmful Social Norms Contributing to Violence Against Women and Girls: Progress Report and Lessons from the Enough Campaign 2016-2019 – Global

Author: This report is a summary of a longer report researched and written by Dr Adrienne Wiebe – independent consultant, with contributions from Bethan Cansfield and Chara Poucha. The global Enough campaign aims to challenge and change the social acceptance and prevalence of VAWG / GBV (violence against women and …

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