The Trouble with Scientific Management

Frederick Taylor's scientific management theory has some holes in it.
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Divestment: the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers’ Movement

Polaroid employees spearheaded an anti-apartheid divestment campaign against their own employer over their company's business in South Africa in the 1970s.

Modesty in Fashion

The intersection of religion and fashion has led to modesty in bathing suits.

Why It Matters Where We Get Lunch

Choosing a place to eat goes beyond just food.

Who Wants Cruises To Come to Town?

The benefits and consequences of cruises.

The Decline of Malnutrition: How The World Eats Now

There are still strides to be made in nutrition development.

Donald Trump and the American Celebration of the Wealthy

A look into how wealth can transfer into fame.

Money and Power at Strip Clubs

A new viewpoint on who holds the money and power in strip clubs.
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Greece in Crisis: Foucault and The Nuance of Power

Without a more nuanced understanding of the power dynamics at play, economic coercion will fail to bring Greece back into the European fold.

The Divisive Euro

In 1997, an economist looked at divided opinions about the Euro years before the currency was introduced.