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Intl. J. of Social Science Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 14)
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  • Reporting and Reparations: News Coverage and the Decision to Compensate
           the Forcefully Sterilized in North Carolina

    • Authors: J. P. Nelson, Terri B. Davis, Lacey Atkins
      Pages: 1 - 11
      Abstract: Forced sterilization was an accepted legal practice in the United States during the beginning and middle of the previous century. It was promoted by an international movement to prevent procreation by those deemed unworthy of reproduction (Black, 2003). North Carolina has recently decided to pay reparations to forced sterilization victims (Editorial (Winston-Salem Journal), 2013) and the state of Virginia has more recently emulated this decision (Martz & Nolan 2015). This analysis will discuss the common eugenic history of many states but will also highlight North Carolina’s distinctiveness on this issue. The qualitative portion of the analysis will explain the historical reasons North Carolina would be likely to be the first state to adopt this policy. Our quantitative analysis will examine the role of news coverage of sterilization policy in North Carolina and its relationship to the decision to adopt a policy of reparations.
      PubDate: 2017-01-10
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Culture at the Bottom of Startups: Reflections on Social Expectations

    • Authors: Cristian Mendoza, Eric Salobir O. P.
      Pages: 12 - 22
      Abstract: This article aims to define the culture at the bottom of the development of “startup” initiatives (or the startup movement). These are initiatives for improving an organization in three different ways: asking creative groups to collaborate with larger organizations for solving specific problems; inviting creative groups (hubs) into larger institutions for searching new ideas; and setting up collective spaces for the sake of public relations. I aim to define if the promotion of startup initiatives could be adequate for faith-based institutions such as the Catholic Church. Startup hubs are growing faster in our world, due to the common perception of social discomfort in regard to the political, economic or social systems. Not every creative initiative is a startup, as these initiatives aim to improve the system from within, thanks to mutual collaboration. Therefore they require common ground and respect for the principles of the larger body. Most startup hubs refer today to technological development, but some of them aim to enhance collective expectations. Our thesis is that some startup hubs could also be set up for changing personal behaviors. Startup hubs with the scope of changing personal lifestyles could also modify cultural interactions, becoming very attractive for faith-based institutions and also for the Catholic Church.
      PubDate: 2017-02-06
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2017)
       
 
 
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