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Two billion people still without clean drinking water
Progress towards universal access to clean water has stalled because of climate change and the inability of governments to provide infrastructure.
The decline of globalisation?
The war in Ukraine, Brexit National ‘green’ subsidies suggest that globalisation is in reverse, but this isn’t necessarily a good thing!
Unequal parental choice
marketisation policies mean unequal parental choice as middle class parents have more cultural capital
Is the BBC News Biased…?
The BBC was in the news this week because Elon Musk mislabelled it as ‘government funded’ whereas in reality it is a publicly funded corporation, paid for by the license fee. This means that it is, effectively, the great British public who are real owners of the corporation, and, as such, the content of the…
Sociological Perspectives on Donald Trump’s Arrest
Donald Trump was finally arrested and charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records, one of which will include the ‘hush money’ he allegedly paid to the Porn Star Stormy Daniels to cover up an alleged affair during his last Presidential campaign. On the surface this seems to criticise the Marxist Perspective’s theory of selective…
Reoffending Rates are Misleading
The reoffending rates probably aren’t going down at all!
The Postmodern Subject
Postmodern subjects have fragmented identities.
The Tory Spring Budget
The Chancellor’s Spring Budget was a conservative and reactionary mixture of soft-policies which do little for ordinary people and probably won’t help sort out Britain’s economic problems… The three main priorities of the budget were to Taken together these are very conservative and reactionary goals, nothing at all radical. The government repeatedly says that current…
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