La solidarité. Éditorial (2 mars 2006) La solidarité, c’est bon pour la Santé.
Le titre de cet éditorial «La solidarité, c’est bon pour la santé» est la signature de la grande campagne de communication qui démarre ce 1er mars 2006 pour la Mutualité chrétienne. Lire notre dossier La solidarité, c'est bon pour la santé Sur de grandes affiches avec trois modèles différents, on pourra voir une multitude de mains qui se joignent pour apporter un soutien ou une protection à une personne qui se trouve en difficulté. A la Mutualité chrétienne, chacun participe un peu à la sécurité de tous et personne n’est exclu. Le service Hospi Solidaire inclus dans la cotisation complémentaire de tous nos membres est sans aucun doute celui qui illustre mieux les valeurs de solidarité.
Cette année 2006, la Mutualité chrétienne fête son 100ème anniversaire comme organisation nationale. Le Mutualisme solidaire et social est bien, dans son principe, un des fondements du modèle social européen. Edouard Descampe. Sequence Your Narcissome with 23 and Me « Homolog.us – Bioinformatics. If you find our commentaries useful, please feel free to press the donate button on the right sidebar, and your generous contribution will be acknowledged in the table at the bottom of the page.
You can follow us on twitter – @homolog_us. 1. Single author paper – ‘I’ or ‘We’? The Internet 'Narcissism Epidemic' Don't let popularity set your standard. stuartpilbrow/Flickr We are in the midst of a "narcissism epidemic," concluded psychologists Jean M.
Twnege and W. Keith Campbell in their 2009 book. Forget the Quantified Self. We Need to Build the Quantified Us. Modwells, a concept designed by Artefact, where the two authors work.
The idea is to create sensors that can be embedded in clothing which gather data that can be viewed by both patient and doctor. The trouble with modern friendship. Zorgcirkels en Nachtzorg. Een zorgcirkel is een samenwerkingsverband van zorg- en dienstverlenende organisaties die gezamenlijk lokaal invulling geven aan het bieden van een kwalitatief goed pakket aan zorg- en welzijnsdiensten en daarbij efficiënt omgaan met beschikbare middelen (personeel,geld).
The importance of mutuality… …solidarity takes work! In the Dutch healthcare system, solidarity is premised on the notion that the system belongs to everyone and benefits everyone.
Robert Reich (The New Tribalism and the Decline of the Nation State) We are witnessing a reversion to tribalism around the world, away from nation states.
The the same pattern can be seen even in America – especially in American politics. Before the rise of the nation-state, between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries, the world was mostly tribal. Tribes were united by language, religion, blood, and belief. Know Thyself: Tracking Every Facet of Life, from Sleep to Mood to Pain, 24/7/365. But the newest tools open possibilities for personal tracking in areas of life that had always seemed inaccessible to quantitative methods.
Diarists often chronicle their moods, creating a paper trail that provides a sense of mastery over fleeting emotions. On negative solidarity and post-fordist plasticity. From the tube strikes to the postal strikes, to the upcoming round of public service cuts, and festering in every political blog’s foetid comments box and every wretched rancid letters page of the right-wing London free-sheets, a striking psycho-cultural phenomena emerges: negative solidarity.
More than mere indifference to worker agitations, negative solidarity is an aggressively enraged sense of injustice, committed to the idea that, because I must endure increasingly austere working conditions (wage freezes, loss of benefits, declining pension pot, erasure of job security and increasing precarity) then everyone else must too. Negative solidarity can be seen as a close relation to the kind of ‘lottery thinking’ the underpins the most pernicious variants of the American Dream. Mobile - - Media Relations - New UNF Social Media Study Investigates Relationships among Facebook Use, Narcissism and Empathy. Press Release for Thursday, July 3, 2014 New UNF Social Media Study Investigates Relationships among Facebook Use, Narcissism and Empathy The rise of social networking sites has led to changes in the nature of our social relationships, as well as how we present and perceive ourselves.
Although social media, like Facebook, allow us to connect, are we becoming more self-centered and less empathic towards other human beings? A new study by Dr. Tracy Alloway, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of North Florida, investigated the relationship among adult Facebook users, between ages 18 and 50, and found that some Facebook features are linked to selfishness and some Facebook activities may encourage empathy.
Participants in the study, the bulk single, used Facebook an average of two hours per day and had approximately 500 friends for both males and females. The study revealed only one Facebook behavior accurately predicted narcissism levels: user profile picture ratings. Ice bucket challenge: Why ‘charity narcissism’ is good. If you do the ice bucket challenge, are you charitable or narcissistic? Modern altruism is all about performance, says Chris Baraniuk, but is that a bad thing? It is August 2014 and a new viral craze is sweeping the internet. EASST 2014 Conference. Over the last years, we have seen an increasing interdisciplinary interest in the overlapping areas of STS and media studies. Both fields are inherently concerned with questions of mediation, they ask similar questions concerning related topics.
However, they also differ in their empirical and conceptual approaches. Solidarity: A word in search of flesh - Zygmunt Bauman.