Activities

Culture of crime…

We are used to approach crime through legal and moral grounds, which enables some basic social consensuses, yet hinders our holistic evaluation of the phenomenon. By circumventing the inhibitions the moral judgement imposes on crime, one can obtain a more thorough understanding of the issues.

Psychology &detection of deception…

The process of constructing a lie is trackable. The path of detection lies within the functioning our mind. If we were able to obliterate  every trace of the truth and disconnect our minds entirely, the whole science of detecting a lie would become redundant. Since the human mind cannot be undone we can either learn how to detect and identify a lie or simply believe everything we are told. It is up to you!

Social structual violence…

Social, structural violence. Denunciation of physical violence is commonly associated with advancement of culture and society. Such preconceptions are not only superficial but also deter understanding of ‘civilised’ forms of violence, which may be even more malignant for the human affairs. 

Scientific content analysis…

We use words to communicate. Their message is two layered: the spoken content we are being persuaded into and a hiddne one. When they coincide we talk about the truthfulness, when they don’t misleading and deceit is most often the cause. Truth becomes distorted, muddled and illusory. To reveal the real message you must analyze the speakers words. Are you ready for a surprise?

Business & anthropology…

Business anthropology relates to the use of ethnographic techniques, particularly participant observation, in analysing commercial and business practices and patterns, and linking them to broader cultural context. It’s qualitative approach helps to illuminate how people in go about making consumer choices.

Psychopathology among us…

Since neither normality nor pathology have ontological and/or substantial  connotations, it is necessary for any behaviour to be evaluated within the context of culture, social class and stratum, gender, age, profession, religious denomination and so on. Only then one can begin to understand the functioning of hopelessly bewildering human society.