Monthly Archives: July 2009

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Creativity Held Captive — excerpt from the book by McConnel

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Image by Rubbel via Flickr Prisoners get creativeInmates have been given the chance to put their hidden skills to practice whilst serrving time in prison. The New Bilibid Prison in Manila houses more than 12,000 inmates, with nearly half serving … Continue reading

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Working on the Fringes: How to Create Effective Political, Cultural, and Intellectual ChangeMr. Stolyarov advocates an evolutionary rather than a revolutionary approach to changing the political and cultural status quo; he suggests that friends of liberty and reason try to … Continue reading

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Can We as Humans Change? Considers whether or not individuals can change their ways, and considers certain psychological and sociological theories, including social learning theory, and Freud’s division of mind.http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/778239/can_we_as_humans_change_.html

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“If you’re in school and you don’t have any kind of art or creative programs, it could be like prison. It’s all about expression. If you can’t imagine yourself out of struggle, all the math and science in the world … Continue reading

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Agent Of Change: Why Russell Simmons Continues To Care – East Hampton, NY – Hamptons.com

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Boards of Directors Come Under Fire

Boards of Directors Come Under Fire Posted using ShareThis