Sociology is the scientific study of society. It is a social science which uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about human social activity. For many sociologists the goal is to conduct research which may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, while others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes. Subject matter ranges from the micro level of individual agency and interaction to the macro level of systems and the social structure.
It was written as part of my desperate attempts to inform the naive, gullible and stupid Englanders of how they have been cunningly deluded to appear as a most evil nationhood, when actually they ought to be acclaimed as the greatest of social engineers in various far-off, semi-barbarian and totally barbarian geographical locations.
Excerpt from MARCH of the evil empires: English versus the feudal languages
This is a post that I had done on Telegraph.UK blog pages. The first chapter was posted on the 27th of May 2014.
It was part of my desperate attempts to inform the naive, gullible and stupid Englanders of what is dangerously different in most other languages, which have feudal or three-Dimensional word-code structure.
Without any information on this most powerful evilness, the nation is singing praise and glory to its misinformed national policy of multiculture.
This is a huge book that goes through various things. Such as
• the horrendous codes encrypted in feudal languages;
• the realities of natural slavery of which the native-English speakers have no idea about;
• about quality improvement that has nothing to do with affluence;
• the unspoken benign realities of English colonialism;
• real understandings of ‘slavery’, in which it is seen that the black slavery in the US was not slavery, but really mental enhancemen...
Learn English through Malayalam
Analogies entre histoires de prairiens et histoires d'hommes
Il était une fois le Prairien. C'était un être évolué de la classe des insectes qui vivait depuis des millénaires dans la prairie, un endroit qu'il appelait affectueusement la planète verte. Le prairien se croyait depuis toujours au centre du monde et de l'univers. Les dieux avaient créé pour lui, un monde à son image dans lequel il devait régner au détriment des autres espèces créées pour le satisfaire.
Indian bureaucratic loot. Pay, perks, pension, commutation of pension &c. and feudal oppressive language usages
I am posting a writing here which might be mentioned as racist or hate speech or any such thing, by persons who might not know how to contain the arguments. There is nothing racist in my words. For I am not White, and I do not feel that Whites of Continental Europe have any superiority other than what proximity to England can lend to anyone in the world.
There might be a query about my right to write this piece of information. I have to mention that I define myself here...
When the native-English speaking students in Australia find themselves being addressed as Thoo / Thum/ Nee &c. and referred to as USS / Avan / Aval &c. all of which are degrading words that paint dirt on a human personality, they have every right to react. If any Hindi or any other feudal language teachers use such words on them, they need to have the courage to give a cracking slap on the teacher.
Excerpt from the Native Life in Travancore, written by The Rev. SAMUEL MATEER, F.L.S of the London Missionary Society
The book is about Syrian refugees living in Kilis and how the people of Kilis see them.
Kilislilerin “merhamet yorgunluğu” yasadıkları ve zamanla da sınırla ve savasla ilgili ümitlerinin sarsıldığı söylenebilir.
Kilisliler meslek, sosyo-ekonomik düzey, cinsiyet, siyasi görüş, dindarlık, kırsal ya da kent kökenli olup olmamalarına göre sığınmacıları farklı farklı değerlendirmektedirler.
Postcolonialism or postcolonial studies.
En 2013 Colombia vio su vida pública estremecida por un cruento paro agrario que dejó decenas de muertos y un país dividido en las ambiguas percepciones alrededor de la vida en el campo. Mientras esto ocurría, en un pueblo andino al nororiente del país, se desarrollaba un enconado debate alrededor de la pureza del folclor. En un momento ambas historias se cruzan y la ciudad se ve dibujada sobre un nuevo paisaje.
El libro tiene el estilo de un reportaje-perfil con u...
"La ciudad es un trazo inconcluso, hecho de memorias y de olvidos, más de olvidos quizás, pero sobre todo, de invenciones. Los seres que la habitan se la inventan día a día. Algunos de ellos son la suma de tales invenciones y asoman al paisaje urbano su figura".
Lebensweg eines Multi-Narkomanen, der funktionell abhängig die Stufen der Destruktivität der Drogenabhängigkeit durchlebt, während er die Fassade zu wahren sucht
The Firemen interviewed were from the local Salford Fire Brigade near Manchester in England. The areas covered by the research included :- their attitudes to firefighting and to the various types of fires they dealt with : how they dealt with the "down time" when not firefighting : the effect of their shift pattern on their family and leisure time : the overall "work-leisure" relationships of these firemen.
"It's a strange experience when you go in first , and it's really hot.When you go in you usually have a face mask on you know , but your hands are not covered. It's a queer experience. Have you ever put your hands in boiling water? - you pull them out because it is hot but in a hot place there is nowhere to put your hand."
Between 1916 and 1945 Valesca Reimann, from South Australia, taught Western classics, Latin and mathematics at Trinity College, Kandy, in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). Trinity College was founded on Christianity in a largely Buddhist, Hindu and Moslem country. Sinhalese and Tamil cultures added to the mix. The boys at the school were mostly from these cultures and also came from nearby countries. The school was run along the lines of an English public school.
In this book, ...
The University of Salford have told me that I own the copyright as I submitted in 1977. It is only more recently , about 2 years ago , that the University started claiming the copyright of students' submitted theses
"The "fiddle" was not otherwise very important to the men; they stressed that they did not like to be tied down by it . They chose work in which they could be free and autonomous"
In his programmatic and data-laden tome, "Capital in the Twenty-first Century" (2014), Thomas Piketty makes several assertions, two of which merit a closer look: (1) That r (the return on capital) is, in the long-run always greater than g (the growth of the real economy), thus enriching the rich; and (2) that inherited wealth tends to create a "patrimonial" form of capitalism, akin to the aristocracy in the French and British ancient regimes.
Putting aside the somewh...
Postings on Wikipedia Ezhava Page
I had done some postings on the Wikipedia Ezhava Talk Page, I did it without much deliberation, first. This first post generated a lot of retorts and reactions. This compelled me to give more answers.
There were a lot acrimonious reactions to this. Many of my posts were simply deleted, or vandalised with someone posting obnoxious sentences into it. Moreover, since there was a lot of manipulation going on in my writings, with some o...