Monica Lam: Mobile Can Disrupt Social [Entire Talk]

Thank you very much, Tina. All right, good afternoon everybody. So, the tale of my talk is how mobile disrupts social as we know it. So what is social as we know it? How many people are on Facebook? Maybe I should ask how many people are not on Facebook? Continue Reading

An Introduction to Theda Skocpol’s States and Social Revolutions – A Macat Politics Analysis

Welcome to the Macat Multimedia Series. A Macat Analysis of Theda Skocpol’s States and Social Revolutions. What changes when a social revolution occurs? Theda Skocpol is an American sociologist and political scientist. She wrote States and Social Revolutions in 1979 to explain the forces that cause states to face revolt. Continue Reading

Owen Jones: Chavs | British politics and the working class five years later

Hello! I’m Owen Jones. I am … who am I? … I’m a writer at the Guardian and I am an activist, I suppose… I’ve just done this new edition of Chavs which has a new introduction which kind of goes over what’s happened in the last few years, because Continue Reading

Social Status & Your Health: A Conversation

– Hey what’s, oh! – Where should a put my hands? Like, I don’t know what to do with my hands. – What do I with my hands! – Like this, does this look okay? (beep) – Hey, what’s up, I’m Myles! – And I’m Shirin! – And we’re the Continue Reading

Social Media Support | Limitless in Doncaster provide best in class social media expertise

Social media. So, part of me hates social, part of me says you know where we struggle with social a lot of businesses really do struggle with social media. They don’t know what to put on it. I still see the majority of businesses out there putting up sales messages Continue Reading

Universities UK: Alan Milburn, Independent Reviewer on Social Mobility

Thank you Eric for that kind introduction and many congratulations on taking over as President at Universities UK. Steve Smith did a superb job and I’m sure you’ll be taking forward his excellent work. At a time of such turbulence in higher education the leadership role of UUK has never Continue Reading

Why Research Power? | UC Berkeley Executive Education

>>Interviewer: Before we dive in and talk about power, can you give me a little background on what drove you to try to research that topic.>>Dr. Keltner: It’s interesting, the power paradox really comes out of 25 years of research that we’ve been doing and then people in different labs Continue Reading