Introduction to Business, Government, and Society
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Introduction to Business, Government, and Society

>>Hello. Welcome to the business responsibilities in society course. My name is Duncan Pelly, and I’ll be your instructor over the next 15 lessons. In…

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Working in Groups
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Working in Groups

is group work and thorn in your side this video will equip you with the strategies you’ll need to help your groupie successful leaving you…

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Dorothy Roberts: Bringing Different Perspectives into the Classroom
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Dorothy Roberts: Bringing Different Perspectives into the Classroom

– For the last 26 years, I’ve been doing research and teaching largely on the role of race in legal institutions and other social institutions…

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The Social Brain: culture, change and evolution | Bret Weinstein (Full Video)
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The Social Brain: culture, change and evolution | Bret Weinstein (Full Video)

We’re heading into a very dangerous phase of history; human beings being addicted to growth are constantly looking for sources, so when we feel austerity…

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Does U.S. Economic Inequality Have a Good Side?
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Does U.S. Economic Inequality Have a Good Side?

bjbjLULU JEFFREY BROWN: Now to our own continuing series on inequality. A new analysis from the Congressional Budget Office supports the idea that income inequality…

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Modern Times: Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson
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Modern Times: Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson

I’ve really been trying to understand the underlying psychology of postmodernism and its relationship with neo-Marxism, and then the spread of that into the universities…

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