Social survival resources

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Social Survival Guide for College [PDF]

Social Survival Guide for College
Social Survival Guide for College

Contents

  • Welcome to College
  • Basic Strategies for Successful Relationships
  • Steps Toward Self Awarenes and Acceptance
  • Healthy and Unhealthy Friendships
  • Roommates 101
  • Working in Groups
  • How to Network Effectively
  • Talking to Professors and Supervisors
  • Social Media and Relationships
  • Relationship with Family
  • Harassment
  • How to Support a Friend
  • For International Students
  • Resources

Find more at https://shcs.ucdavis.edu


Social Chaos Survival Guide [PDF]

2004 Edition, By Jake Carson

Social Chaos Survival Guide 2004 Edition, by Jake Carson
Social Chaos Survival Guide
2004 Edition, by Jake Carson

Contents

  • Police State, USA
  • Total News Independence
  • Bulletproof Your Finances
  • Insure Your Assets
  • Medical Self-Reliance
  • DIY Medicine 101
  • Stocking Up
  • Water
  • Food
  • Heating and Cooking Essentials
  • Surviving a Terrorist Attack
  • Natural Disasters
  • When People Go Wrong
  • When You Must Escape
  • Toward Self-Sufficiency
  • Healing Herbs to Have Around at All Times

Find more at: http://solargeneral.org


Social survival for Cycling [PDF]

Social survival for Cycling How to make friends, have fun, and get what you need on the road. by Larry Diskin
Social survival for Cycling. How to make friends, have fun, and get what you need on the road. by Larry Diskin

How to make friends, have fun, and get what you need on the road.
by Larry Diskin

Contents

  • Share the Road
  • Embrace Cultural Differences
  • Be Conscientious
  • Your appearanceis important
  • Don’t be cheap
  • Follow up
  • How to treat a bike shop.

Find more at: https://www.adventurecycling.org

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Principles for Social Survival and Success [PDF]

tips by Tom Liacas, M.A.

Principles for Social Survival and Success tips by_Tom Liacas, M.A.
Principles for Social Survival and Success tips by_Tom Liacas, M.A.

Contents

  • Who Am I to Say?
  • Preamble
  • Instructions
  • Principles for Survival
    • Hiding is not an option!
    • Face it, you are outnumbered
    • You no longer control the message
    • Try acting like… a human being
    • Learn to listen, or else
  • Principles for Success
    • Admit that you don’t
      have all the answers
    • Speak plainly and seek to inform
    • Quit being a monolith
    • Try being less evil
    • Pay itforward, now
  • Reactions
    • Christophe Ginisty
      Founder & CEO at Open Agency, President of the
      International Public Relations Association.
    • Helio Fred Garcia
      Executive Director, Logos Institute for Crisis
      Management & Executive Leadership and author,
      The Power of Communication: Skills to Build Trust,
      Inspire Loyalty, and Lead Effectively.
    • Ferg Devins
      Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Molson Coors
      Canada

Find more at: http://socialdisruptions.com


Aesthetic resources of social survival and sustainable development:The Beauty in Culture

Vladimir I. Ionesov
Samara State Institute of Culture, Samara, Russia & Samara Society for Cultural Studies,
PO Box 3004 RU 443099, Samara, Russia, (ionesov@mail.ru)

Scientific Culture is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal, an open information vehicle of academic community with a global coverage and issues touching local and regional interest;
Scientific Culture is a peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal, an open information vehicle of academic community with a global coverage and issues touching local and regional interest;

ABSTRACT

The aim of this article is study of the phenomenon of beauty in culture and aesthetic resources of social survival in changing world. In the broadest sense, beauty is a category indicating complete harmony in an object, based on an ideal correspondence of form and concept. Liberated by beauty, man recovers his lost link with nature and extends the boundaries of his existence. Aesthetic manifestations are very important resource of overcoming of crisis and social trials. Focusing on the character of phenomenological essence of beauty in culture the study outlines how aesthetic means influence on cultural process and how cultural process determines the art-creativity. Based on ideas of F.Dostoevsky, V. Solovyev, A. Camus this article develops the phenomenological view at nature and social mission of beauty in culture. The beauty and ritual-mythological creativity are saving lighthouses for the rebellious spirit and crisis-ridden consciousness in the changing culture. Moreover the aesthetic process we can define as the special strategy of culture’s survival and as cultural paradigm. It allows us to understand also how to exploit the crisis points and transitional situations in culture.

Contents

  • INTRODUCTION
  • BEAUTY AS CONCEPT
  • IMAGES OF BEAUTY IN CULTURE
  • CONCLUSION

Read more at:  https://www.academia.edu

KEYWORDS: beauty as concept, history of culture, myth, ritual, art-creativity, transformation, survival

SCIENTIFIC CULTURE, Vol. 1, No 2, (2015), pp. 33-38
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